Question about Dell Dimension E510 Dual Core 2.8 Ghz (847403171179) PC Desktop
There's numbers on this switch that says 150 and 230. im wondering what they do when u switch it to 230.
Don't! That's for foreign voltages. It should say 115 and 230. The 115 is for 120V systems while the 230 is for 240V systems. The actual voltage you get is usually a little less than ideal, so they design power supplies to accept a lower voltage.
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
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