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When I bought my computer I never really bothered to check what PSU it had and never really cared, up until now. I think I got a really crappy one becuase it makes alot of chunky noises when loading things, but anyways I got a emachines T6524 model and I was wondering if you guys know what wattage and voltage my PSU has.
 

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open the side of ur case and look on the side of it, theres a sticker. It most prob wont have a make, but it will give you the wattage and the amps. Iced
 

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Oh ok thanks, that was simple <img src="/images/smilies/doh.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Doh" class="inlineimg" /> . I got a 300w and I think it says 240v... is that any good <img src="/images/smilies/redface.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Embarrassment" class="inlineimg" /> ?
 

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Afraid not, any type of psu that comes with most pre built computers are totally pants lol. Its just because they are cheap modulars. If i was oyu i would upgrade the psu because if it dies........ur system could. But im not sure how much power your system would need. If you haven't had any trouble with it, keep it
 
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