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Forum Topic "Moving to Kuwait, can I still use my US-bought PSU?"

croce submitter 1 point 34 months ago

Thank you again, this is great to know!

Forum Topic "Moving to Kuwait, can I still use my US-bought PSU?"

croce submitter 1 point 34 months ago

Awesome. So basically, I would only need to buy the appropriate plug for Kuwait, such as this one here (https://www.amazon.co.uk/StarTech-UK-Computer-Power-Cord/dp/B00B22TCRW) and I'm all set? Thanks again

Forum Topic "Moving to Kuwait, can I still use my US-bought PSU?"

croce submitter 1 point 34 months ago

Hey, thanks for the reply, greatly appreciated. The switch in the back I am referring to is the one you can see in this picture (http://static.evga.com/products/images/gallery/220-G2-0850-XR_XL_7.jpg - the switch below the plug). Do let me know if I got this information wrong though. Cheers.

Forum Topic "Custom VR Build - M2"

croce submitter 1 point 34 months ago

Yeah after some research I decided to stick to the SSD I have now and save some money. Is it worth sticking with the same MOBO now that I won't be using the 950 pro?

Forum Topic "Custom VR Build - M2"

croce submitter 1 point 34 months ago

Cheers, nice finding. Is it worth sticking with the same MOBO now that I won't be using the 950 pro?

Thank You - From Side Project to Full Time

croce 4 points 80 months ago

Thanks from me as well. I spent a lot of time reading in forums how to start building a new PC but couldn't really get there (which CPU is compatible with this MOBO and so on). By accident, I saw another member's PCpartpicker saved build, and that was it. In 2 days of studying everything closely, I had my package ready. I'm receiving the parts today and can't wait to put them together- live life on the edge, I'm going ahead and trying it. Cheers!

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