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I have a dumb question that I don't know the answer to, about psu sold in different countries.

Go to solution Solved by Kilrah,

Some PSUs support both and some don't, so look at the specific model's specs. 

So I live in the Philippines and it does not matter if I use an avr or directly plug my psu to the wall, we're using 220v here. While my parents lives in the US and uses 110v. My question is, if I buy a psu and have my parents bring it to me once they visit(because it would save me a $100 or more), do I plug it into a 220v or 110v?

 

Thanks!

 

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Some PSUs support both and some don't, so look at the specific model's specs. 

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17 minutes ago, Kilrah said:

Some PSUs support both and some don't, so look at the specific model's specs. 

Thank you, will look into that and hope amazon shows that details as well. Every bit I save would actually go to my gpu(once it is on stock that is) I mean  we have a few stocks here, but because of import tax, regular price here is higher or equal to scalping price.

 

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