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Since Alienware is owned by Dell I would contact PC Power & Cooling (Who build replacement PSUs for Dells) and see if you have to do the same thing for Alienware. It could be a PC P & C in there right now...

~B~
yea, 95% of alienwares do infact use pc p&c psu's
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But my Alienware's PSU says its "Norton Power" who to my understanding is a brand for PSUs?

BTW since I am in Japan and it uses 110V here, can it be that the PSU is using directly 110V constantly and it would cut my watts of the PSU to half? That wouldnt be enough to run it then right. Or does the "auto-switching" (110V-240V) on a PSU mean it knows to make it exactly right?
Edited by diegamel - 12/15/08 at 2:55am
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