Power Supply Replacement in Boise

Is your computer unresponsive? Is it not powering on at all? If you are not seeing any lights light up or hearing the CPU fan kick on then it may be that your power supply unit has failed. Our Technicians here at Four Corners Computer Center can assess the issue using our power supply tester. If necessary we can replace your faulty power supply with a new, high quality power supply. We charge a ½ hour flat bench fee for this service plus the price of the power supply. Usually we can install the power supply the same day and have you up and running within hours! Listed below are the varieties of power supply units we sell. We offer the power supply wattage best suited for your system and needs, at a price you can afford.

Another reason you might want to consider upgrading your power supply is when the fan in the power supply is failing. The bearings in the fan that keep the power supply cool will sometimes fail. If this is the case you need to replace the entire power supply. It is possible to replace the fans but not really a good idea or very cost effective. If the fan does fail or is not providing proper cooling sometimes you will smell a burning smell coming from the power supply. If you smell a burning smell coming from your power supply we would recommend replacing it right away. If the power supply burns up it could surge and take out your motherboard or even your hard drive so you don't want to wait to get this done.

Last but not least you might consider replacing your power supply if you find that the computer is under powered. This can happen especially if you have recently purchase a new high end video card. Video / Graphics cards these days are taking more and more power just to run the card itself. If you like gaming on your PC then you will find yourself upgrading the video card more often than anything else. We have some high end power supplies just for this purpose. If you don't see it on the website it doesn't mean we don't have it. We carry a great selection of high end power supplies for your gaming needs.


400 Watt Power supply

400W single $34.99

The I-400 power supplies are durable, practical, and efficient. Remove all superfluous attachments and features. The I-400 can provide reliability and 400 watts of power you can depend on to run your system. With its 80mm silent cooling fan designed for fastest cooling time and minimal noise level; you won't have to worry about overheating and noisy fans anymore. This is the basic power supply for casual users who just need something that is cost effective and works.

500 Watt Power supply

500W single rail $39.99

The I-500 is perfect for casual, everyday users who need an efficient power supply that can deliver the watts necessary without all the additional features. With components designed for longer life, the I-500 is the perfect candidate. It has a silent 120mm fan that is quiet to the ears with maximum cooling efficiency. Also with neat cable wires, the I-500 is simple to use, easy to install, and still has all the power necessary to run your system smoothly.

600 Watt Power supply

600W Triple 12V Rail Power $59.99

The V-600 features a 140mm ultra silent cooling fan and single PCI-E connector to power your high-end video / graphics card and keep your system running nice and cool. The triple rail 12V output design allows for optimum load balancing in better performance and stability. Other features include a automatic fan setting for best cooling efficiency which provides a good balance between noise and cooling. It has a cable-tube on the main power cable for better routing and neatness.

700 Watt Power supply

700W Triple 12V Rails and modular design cords $89.99

The CUL-series is a semi-modular power supply that lets you select the cables you need while powering your gaming system with a 140mm Blue LED cooling fan and 6 pin PCI-E ready. The 700W offers a 140mm Blue LED cooling fan & Dual 6+2 PCI-E ready. While necessary connectors, like the 20+4 pin power & 4+4 pin CPU connector are attached to the unit, you decide which of the others should stay. Customize your power supply to reflect your system.