Power Supply Repair Yuba City

One of the first things to go wrong, physically, with a computer is the power supply. The reason is most computer manufacturers don’t use very good power supplies in their machines. They do it to save a few bucks, but in the end it probably costs them a ton in warranty work.

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Power Supply Repair Redding

One of the first things to go wrong, physically, with a computer is the power supply. The reason is most computer manufacturers don’t use very good power supplies in their machines. They do it to save a few bucks, but in the end it probably costs them a ton in warranty work.

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Power Supply Repair Eugene

One of the first things to go wrong, physically, with a computer is the power supply. The reason is most computer manufacturers don’t use very good power supplies in their machines. They do it to save a few bucks, but in the end it probably costs them a ton in warranty work.

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Power Supply Repair Chico

One of the first things to go wrong, physically, with a computer is the power supply. The reason is most computer manufacturers don’t use very good power supplies in their machines. They do it to save a few bucks, but in the end it probably costs them a ton in warranty work.

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Power Supply Repair Fresno

Power is like food for computers. It’s really the only thing it needs to stay running. Just like you wouldn’t only eat junk food, you probably wouldn’t want your computer to run on a less-than-optimal power diet. Think of your favorite little hole-in-the-wall/greasy spoon restaurant here in Fresno. Sure, it’s good every once in a while, but it’s really not that healthy to eat at all the time. A poor power supply is the greasy spoon of the power world. It gets the job done, but it might damage the computer in the long run. If the power supply puts out too much power, it will just be a drain on your power bill. If it puts out too little, the fans and circuits will work too hard and overheat the computer, which can cause permanent damage. It’s kind of like your computer getting blocked arteries.

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Power Supply Repair

Here in Portland we kind of like our clean power. We want to make sure we have an efficient power supply – something that comes from renewable resources, like caged hamsters or wind. No nukes, am I right? So with all this concern for the power supply for our city, why aren’t we concerned more about the power supply that our computers use? Given, it’s not on such a large scale, but poor power supplies can reduce the efficiency of our computers and/or drain energy from our power bill and waste electricity. In fact, many power supplies that off-the-shelf computer ship with are incredibly poor. The computer companies can cut corners because most people probably won’t notice the difference right away, but as soon as that year-long-warranty expires, they tend to just go haywire. Add onto this the fact that it is likely either drawing too much power and wasting it, or drawing too little and damaging your computer, and you have good reason to get that power supply replaced!

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Power Supply Repair Sacramento

The power supply in your computer is a lot like any other, much larger power supply, like the various power plants providing electricity to Sacramento. They take power from the source (either the outlet or coal/wind/caged hamsters) and turn it into usable electricity. Your power supply does this by converting from your wall’s power into the power that your motherboard can use. Think AC/DC – not the band. Many power supplies that are used in off-the-shelf computers have cut some corners along the way. Either it provides too much power and just drains money from your wall/bank account or it provides too little, which can cause your fans to slow and your circuits to work overtime, leading to overheating. At this point your power supply really needs to be either repaired or replaced.

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Power Supply Repair

One of the first things to go wrong, physically, with a computer is the power supply. The reason is most computer manufacturers don’t use very good power supplies in their machines. They do it to save a few bucks, but in the end it probably costs them a ton in warranty work.

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