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Change the power supply for my desktop

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My son installed better power supply unit, Corsair CX750M in my new desktop. This power supply unit is 750 watts and the one that HP have is 500 watts power supply unit. The reason for change the power supply unit is that I plan to upgrade the graphic card to a better one like Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 6GB or Geforce GTX 1070  8GB graphic card. I haven't decided which card I want to have. Anyway surprised to see that the power supply unit that my son installed don't have the cable to connect the Ultra Slim-tray SuperMulti DVD burner from Corsair CX750M.  Guess that I have to get an external DVD writer to plug into my desktop unless if you know which cable can plug to this internal DVD burner? Let me know about this.


Thank you,



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