Not really - anyway - most of these 'surge protectors' are simple MOV blocks that get blown open after a few years of use. (They silently die in the line of duty).
Amazing how many people here don't know anything about transients. - Common mode vs differential mode etc.
Most power supplies have one built in - and work well above both voltages.
The key bit is most transients are at RF frequencies - you don't have to know down all of what gets on the first cap past the rectification - and with PFC the inductor will just reflect most of it.
Much more important is what happens when your computer is hooked up to two different grounds (Ethernet vs power mains ) and it becomes a shunt between the two.