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Hi, I don't seem to be getting an output from my Hiper Type R 580W power supply.Do you know if it operates as sense and return as the supply is not connected to the load at present. Thanks, David

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The power supply has to have a load. There is a sense line on the ps/mb. You can purchase a ps tester from Internet vendors that will plug onto the ps connector and show if it is working on not.

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