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Power supply (computer)

A power supply unit (PSU) is the component that supplies power to the other components in a computer. More specifically, a power supply unit is typically designed to convert general-purpose alternating current (AC) electric power from the mains (100-127V in North America, parts of South America, Japan, and Taiwan; 220-240V in most of the rest of the world) to usable low-voltage DC power for the internal components of the computer. Some power supplies have a switch to change between 230 V and 115 V. Other models have automatic sensors that switch input voltage automatically, or are able to accept any voltage between those limits.more

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User Onomatopoeia

Not sure if you meant the Focus or Prime Ultra series, bit here's some info on the latter.

seasonic.com/seasonic-prese...

"Please note that the exact release time of the PRIME Ultra Series varies per region and per wattage."

20.09.2017
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