How to replace the Power Supply Unit in Desktop PC – Corsair TX650M in Dell Inspiron

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How to replace the Power Supply Unit in Desktop PC – Corsair TX650M in Dell Inspiron

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Step by step instructions to install Corsair 650W TX650M Power Supply in Dell Inspiron desktop 3671.

Learn how to upgrade the PSU of your Dell Inspiron Desktop to install a powerful GPU or other expansion cards.

Make sure to watch the entire video because it has important information throughout.

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Warnings! notes and disclaimers:

1- Do Not perform the steps in this video if you are not sure what you are doing

2- Wear protective gear

3- The warranty of your PC will be void

4- Perform the instructions in this video at your own risk. We are in no way responsible for any loss, damage or injury you may encounter following the instructions in this video

5- Do not touch any metal debris or indentations with your bare hands

6- Do Not blow the debris to clean them

7- Do not use a vacuum cleaner to remove the debris if your vacuum cleaner does not have a disposable bag

8- Do not yank the cables

9- Do not operate the vacuum cleaner on the computer’s components

Chapters: How to upgrade the PSU in a Dell PC

00:00 Intro

00:29 Removing the old PSU

03:25 Cleaning the PC

03:48 Direction of the PSU fan

04:18 Tweak #1: Drilling holes in the case

07:25 Installing the new PSU

07:41 Tweak #2 for the power cover

09:28 Tweak #3 attach a 24 pin to 8 pin adapter for the MB

10:28 Connecting the cables of the MB and the CPU

13:10 Connecting the Sata Power

14:47 Tidying up the cables

15:17 Close the PC and test it

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