"PSU" stands for Power Supply Unit, and is the part of a PC that transforms AC electricity to DC electricity so it is usable in a computer.
The PSU connects to the motherboard through a few main cables, to include:
Other PSU cables are attached to components directly, like GPUs, SSDs, HDDs, and other drives.
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