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Burn my PSU?

Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by saarxee, May 17, 2013.

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  1. saarxee New Member

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    How can I burn my power supply on purpose? I have ABPower power supply and is not quality and I have to replace it as quickly as possible, my father did not believe me that such a thing can be burned provider or destroy a computer. Perform a stress test with OCCT?
     
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    Go to pet store get bugs open case dump bugs enjoy the stink
     
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    You can not be serious. Lock.
     
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    Get a good insurance first, then throw water at the system?
     
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    Overloading the PSU components will make it fail. They don't always burn but when they do...

     
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    connect 5 100W bulbs to it.
     
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    Useless thread - Closed.
     
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