System Builder Marathon, Q4 2012: $500 Gaming PC

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That isn't normal, at least not these days. You'd need a PSU that has the plug for your monitor and that isn't common from what I've seen, especially nowadays. Is there a way to plug your monitor into the wall outlets? If not, then it wouldn't be simple to work with and you'd probably be best off replacing it.
 
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