When you are buying a new computer there are a lot of factors to keep in mind, the main one being your actual use of the personal desktop itself. You might be an office going individual whose every day office use of a desktop includes the essentials such as Microsoft office, browsing and running outlook, or you might be into developing high end computer graphics, or software development, making 3D simulations relevant to architecture, or you might be a sit at home relay gamer who switches from one game to another depending on the seasons. When you have analyzed what tasks you might need your computer to perform the next step is to build the PC that incorporates the specific components that would be able to run the said analyzed applications of daily and most use in the most optimal settings possible. You then have o select a processor a graphic card, a ram an HHD or an SSD, a disk drive, a computer case and attach them all using modular power supply cables to the computer case. The selection of the power supply cable is very imminent to the everyday use of the personal computer so care must be taken to select a good one and of the right voltage some of the things that you might need to consider are listed below: 

The power supply’s voltage capability: 
Now as listed above every person has his own different use of their computer, so depending on their uses they select the specific components and build a computer or they might select a bespoke one from a computer shop. Once the components inside the computer are identified including the processors, the number of, if any, graphic cards to be used, the RAM module and the number of HHD or SSD drives incorporated in the PC, the next step to take is to select an efficient power cable that would best handle the electric requirements of the components installed. For  a regular computer a power supply cable of 450 w is sufficient for a computer with one graphic card use a cable with 600w or more for a computer with 2 or more graphic cards a cable of 850w or more would be necessary.  

The quality of the cable: 
If you buy a high quality platinum grade power supply cable chances are it is going to be with you for a long time, good power supply cables have been reported to last for 5 years or more depending on their usage further more buying a good power supply cable would end up in many future costs savings such as and damage to the internal components of the computer due a low grade supply cable in the event of energy fluctuations or irregular supply of current. So it’s vital to select a good quality supply cable of the right voltage at the time of purchase of the computer. For more information, please log on to https://www.thermaltake.com.au/computer-technology