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If the power supply is external (like a laptop power supply) the maximum wattage will be written on the label of the power brick. If it's an internal power supply (like in a desktop computer), you'll need to open the case, and look at the big sticker on the side of the power supply. The maxium output wattage is usually printed in big letters near the top or bottom of the sticker. In a worst-case scenario, the wattage isn't printed on the power supply, and so you'll need to find the model number of the power supply (from that big sticker) and pop that number into google and it should tell you what the power rating on that model is. Good luck!
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
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