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Its actually harder on the psu and the rest of the computer every time you "hard boot" it meaning you shut down the psu's power via the switch on it, or unpluging it. It gives an initial jolt of power to everything before the PSU has time to kick in and convert it or something like that.

Is their a real reason why u switch off the wall power every night? If your machine is off it uses little to no power.
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Yea I have a few devices like the Tritton 510 and a USB hub plugged into my PC they both have lights that don't come off unless I switch off the socket, I have everything plugged into an extension cable I guess I can plug my PC into a separate socket, but also I never really use to have this problem before did I ruin my PSU should I buy a new one and is it dangerous to my other components that the PSU is behaving this way
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