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-[* black] Removing P sup
-[* black] p sup
-[* black] fan and the rest of the p sup, seems like some hefty, well insulated capacitor action
+[* black] From here we're able to pull out the power supply, a custom Lite-On unit with a dual-voltage (100-240 V) rating.
+[* black] The power supply features its own small, internal cooling fan. Our button fingers twitch involuntarily; we're having Xbox One flashbacks.
+[* black] Overall impressions: it's a power supply. It's a beefy, well-insulated power supply. Are you happy? Alright then. Moving on.