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LVHAWK

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I have a TR2 RX 750W bronze PS. My Computer shut off during the night and won't startup. Pressing the power on button gets no response. How do I test the power supply? 



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sherrysantv

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I bought the following tower, can a recommendation be made for the size of the powersupply to purchase.

 

Thermaltake CORE X71 Black ATX Full Tower Water Cooling Gaming Computer Case

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Denny

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I bought the following tower, can a recommendation be made for the size of the powersupply to purchase.

 

Thermaltake CORE X71 Black ATX Full Tower Water Cooling Gaming Computer Case

 

Could you please provide the spec information?

The recommendation for the power supply should be based on what is the spec of your system. 



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chikod

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I've got a TR2 RX 750W bronze and the power button on the back literally just popped off of it. There I was, just sitting down watching some YouTube videos and the button just popped off spontaneously along with a copper piece. The plastic on the inside of the button is cracked a bit. Can i fix it with some epoxy or am I going to have to buy a new PSU?

 

I have same problem. Is there any way to purchase this button? I will change it.
Now power is connected straight, without any button. 






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