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Corsair TX750M

Hiro Hamada
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I have this psu Corsair TX750M and it's a 750W power supply and what happens if I get power input of 400V? I recenly have high voltage issues in my house and will it damage the psu or is there any chance it could damage the whole motherboard? Or can I trust the psu so that it will prevent the damage? Please contact everyone in this topic and tell me

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400v is dangerous for the PSU that can only handled 110-240v max.

If a surge happened, the PSU wil be the first to blow hopefully before it generated internal surge to reach the motherboard.

For long term solution, You can get a voltage stabilizers or a surge protector to fix it.

I once got a dead lan card, not becaused of electrical surge, but thunderstorm that spread to the cable modem then to the lan wires.

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I'd be more worried about electrical fires if your internal wiring is running at 400V... Not only will your PSU not handle 400V, but neither will any other electrical appliance plugged in.

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