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Old 18-04-2019, 01:49 PM   #16
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Well its not that i wanted to dismantle. All the wires that attached from the psu to other parts are all sewn to the psu inside itself. Theres no way to just detatch the psu itself unless i use soldering to remove the wires.
If wanna remove psu, u should be removing the cables connected to the motherboard (24pins + top 4+4 pin), gpu (6+2 pin) and hdd/ssd (sata cable) only. The psu and cable are as a whole and as of such design.

Suggest u google PC Care & solution, whatsapp Nigel on this and see if he can help u today if u r free. Swapping of psu + reconnecting to components is a 5-10 mins job.

What you have is called non-modular psu means all cables are pre-connected to psu body and cant be removed w/o tampering on psu body itself. The superflower eco silver is a fully modular psu which means u can just connect the necessary cables and keep the rest for future upgrades if needed. Its a good way to do cable management as well.
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