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The power supply in your PC provides all of the different voltages your computer needs to operate properly. Find out how it puts the pieces together and troubleshoot your power supply problems.
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A computer can tolerate slight differences in power, but a significant deviation will cause the computer's power supply to fail. A UPS protects a computer against four different power problems.
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