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-rhy, "In a similar fashion to the PS3 Slim, the power supply is designed for inputs ranging from 100V to 240V AC, '''making it usable across the globe'''." you will not need a converter. from [guide|10670|here]. It is a universal power supply. All you need is a power cord the fits the outlet. the voltage on the outside label will most likely only display the voltage for the country it was sold at. i.e. US 110V. If you do want to make absolutely sure, and do not trust anything, you will have to open up your PS3 and take a look at the PSU itself. Hope this helps, good luck.
+rhy, "In a similar fashion to the PS3 Slim, the power supply is designed for inputs ranging from 100V to 240V AC, '''making it usable across the globe'''." you will not need a converter. from [guide|10670|here]. It is a universal power supply. All you need is a power cord the fits the outlet. the voltage on the outside label will most likely only display the voltage for the country it was sold at. i.e. US 110V. If you do want to make absolutely sure, you will have to open up your PS3 and take a look at the PSU itself. Hope this helps, good luck.

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rhy, "In a similar fashion to the PS3 Slim, the power supply is designed for inputs ranging from 100V to 240V AC, '''making it usable across the globe'''." you will not need a converter. from [guide|10670|here]. It is a universal power supply. All you need is a power cord the fits the outlet. the voltage on the outside label will most likely only display the voltage for the country it was sold at. i.e. US 110V. If you do want to make absolutely sure, and do not trust anything, you will have to open up your PS3 and take a look at the PSU itself. Hope this helps, good luck.

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