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    Default Seasonic FOCUS Plus Series SSR-750FX 750W 80+ Gold ATX12V & EPS12V Full Modular 120mm

    ok....this psu i bought , the seasonic focus 750 gold, works.. the problem i have, is that every computer i put it in, it does not light up the power button on case..that is weird...my other psu,s i have will light up the power button...this has happen on 2 cases now that i installed the seasonic 750...why does this psu not allow the power buttons to light up

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    What lights up the power switch on your case? You have the power switch leads (two wires) and what else?

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    everything is connected correctly....i tried it on both case..same case , no power switch light...i am not sure what it is with this psu to not let the power switch lights light up....the computers both still get power

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    Power switches do not normally light up because a power switch lead is only a signal with no power. It's just two leads. A power switch hooked up to just a power switch header on a motherboard would not light up.

    As usual, there is something you're missing/not communicating.

    What case are you using and what motherboard?

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    i have had other power supplys in these 2 cases...the power button, they both light up with these other power supplies when comptuer is on...its the seasonic power supply that does not light up the power button...just not sure why this seasonic does not light up the power buttons when computer is on..the one case only has a power switch and hd switch lead..the other case last night, i just disconnected the 24pin atx connector, the 8 pin cpu connector , and video card connector..and connected the seasonic psu..nothing eles was changed,,,,the only change i noticed when computer was on, my power button did not light up

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    Just to expand on Jon's point. There is a second set of leads marked PLED or Pow LED or PowerLED (or something similar) that are used to light the power LED. Some cases place the power LED in or near the power switch button to illuminate the switch.

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    Again, what case and motherboard are you using?

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    Do both computers use the same motherboard? What is it?

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