PC Power Supply Repair Miami

What is a Power-Supply?
Power-Supply also called PSU, the component that supplies power to a computer. Most personal computers can be plugged into standard electrical outlets. The power supply then pulls the required amount of electricity and converts the AC current to DC current. It also regulates the voltage to eliminate spikes and surges common in most electrical systems. Not all power supplies, however, do an adequate voltage-regulation job, so a computer is always susceptible to large voltage fluctuations. Power supplies are rated in terms of the number of watts they generate. The more powerful the computer, the more watts it can provide to components.

Symptoms that could indicate that your power supply is failing :

Power supplies produce a large amount of heat, which is normally reduced by fans and heat sinks. If the fans on the power supply are dead, or the supply burns to touch, the power supply is probably on the verge of burning out, if you smell burning or see smoke coming from your computer, the power supply might be bad, if your motherboard, hard drives and case fans do not start up when you turn on the power switch, the power supply could be dead, if you experience constant crashing or blue screens, it could indicate that your power supply is heating up too much as you use the computer, if a power supply is overstressed, it may make strange noises, like buzzing. Also the fan may be loud if it is clogged or on the verge of failure.