What do I need to move my American build computer to Argentina?

I build myself a computer a couple of years ago and now I am moving to Argentina and want to take the computer with me.

This is my computer, build for 120V at 60Hz
https://pcpartpicker.com/list/JQL7jX
The voltage in Argentina is 220v at 50Hz.
The power supply is a Corsair - RM 850W 80+ Gold Certified Fully-Modular ATX
http://www.corsair.com/en-eu/rm-series-rm850-80-plus-gold-certified-power-supply
It says it takes voltages from 100 to 240 so it should work.
My question is… do I need to consider something besides a plug adapter?

Thank you
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  1. do I need to consider something besides a plug adapter? NO you are good, don't worry
    Reply to Power94
  2. Power94 said:
    do I need to consider something besides a plug adapter? NO you are good, don't worry


    What he said

    As long as you switch the switch on your PSU if it has one to 220v
    Reply to Candan
  3. Candan said:
    Power94 said:
    do I need to consider something besides a plug adapter? NO you are good, don't worry


    What he said

    As long as you switch the switch on your PSU if it has one to 220v



    newer PSUs don't have "the switch" so he is good that PSU is ready to go in Argentina :D
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  4. Power94 said:
    Candan said:
    Power94 said:
    do I need to consider something besides a plug adapter? NO you are good, don't worry


    What he said

    As long as you switch the switch on your PSU if it has one to 220v



    newer PSUs don't have "the switch" so he is good that PSU is ready to go in Argentina :D


    LOL! I should have known that since I also have a Corsair PS without a switch upon review! :)
    Reply to Candan
  5. Candan said:
    Power94 said:
    Candan said:
    Power94 said:
    do I need to consider something besides a plug adapter? NO you are good, don't worry


    What he said

    As long as you switch the switch on your PSU if it has one to 220v



    newer PSUs don't have "the switch" so he is good that PSU is ready to go in Argentina :D


    LOL! I should have known that since I also have a Corsair PS without a switch upon review! :)


    yea but i guess anyone today can review stuff ;) and apparently what you say here that you are not good in that when you leave stuff like this out of review haha
    Reply to Power94
  6. Power94 said:
    Candan said:
    Power94 said:
    Candan said:
    Power94 said:
    do I need to consider something besides a plug adapter? NO you are good, don't worry


    What he said

    As long as you switch the switch on your PSU if it has one to 220v



    newer PSUs don't have "the switch" so he is good that PSU is ready to go in Argentina :D


    LOL! I should have known that since I also have a Corsair PS without a switch upon review! :)


    yea but i guess anyone today can review stuff ;) and apparently what you say here that you are not good in that when you leave stuff like this out of review haha


    Not so much with power supplies. In order for a reliable, proper, in depth power supply review, one would need a lot of knowledge/experience with electronics and power supplies, along with very expencive equipment for testing.
    Reply to Rexper
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