Last Updated on February 16, 2019 by Admin
What would happen if a PC that contains a power supply that does not automatically adjust for input voltage is set to 230 volts and attaches to an outlet in the United States?
- The power supply would explode.
- The PC would not turn on.
- The PC would display an error code.
- The PC would emit a series of beeps.
In the United States, the wall outlet electrical power is standardized at 120 volts AC.