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Old 07-20-2016, 01:02 PM   #1
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Hey guys this honestly is a dumb question but people are saying there is a sticker on the back of your PC/PSU area that tells you the ammount of wattage you have on your PSU.
Example:N450 that symbolises 450 watts of power, But mine sais N13461 and I really dont know what this means, please help.

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somewhere on the PSU there should be a large sticker with manufacturer name and other information on it. On many OEM PSUs, they don't have a simple '450 watts', instead they'll break it down by the rail +12v, -12v 5v 3.3v etc.

Aftermarket supplies will normally have the wattage prominently displayed on them.

Often have to remove the supply in order to see that label.
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You need to tell us about this computer. When I plug N13461 power supply into Google, I get hits on a notebook power supply/charger, not a PC.

The computer (PC or notebook) will not have the necessary information. You need to look on the power supply itself.

Or tell us about your computer (brand and model number). If you also tell us why you are looking for this information, we may be able to help there too.
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