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    Exclamation Whats happens -> M1 ATX combined power overloaded?

    Hi!

    I still ask me what will happen if i overload my M1-ATX PSU.
    Has it any "security" curcits to avoid damages?

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    It explodes, coating everything around it in an ugly purple dye that smells foul....

    Seriously, your computer will not boot up, for one. If it does boot up, you'll have intermittent power issues like random shutdowns or the HDD will suddenly stop.
    Have you looked in the FAQ yet?
    How about the Wiki?



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    Quote Originally Posted by Me&you
    Hi!

    I still ask me what will happen if i overload my M1-ATX PSU.
    Has it any "security" curcits to avoid damages?
    it starts to play the macguyver theme and a self-destruct sequence begins in which you have 60 seconds to decide to cut the red/black/white wire.

    but yea what he said...
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