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yvain4

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ok im building a computer and i have this 600w psu and a 250w pci express psu i want to know will they run 2 8800gts smoothly or should i upgrade my psu? ive read that the 250 pci psu takes alot of load off my main psu making everything run more stable


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http://www.newegg.co...N82E16814150171

psu
http://www.zipzoomfl...ductCode=373063

pci psu
http://www.tigerdire...p?Sku=T925-2237
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jtscustomcomputers

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Hello yvain4,


You have more than enough power with those two supplies to run the setup desired.
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yvain4

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Ok, thank you for helping me out. I was sure I was going to have to buy a new psu. Guess not =)
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Welcome to geeks to go,
You regular PSU alone is more then enough to power that GPU, also those PCI or 5.25" drive bay PSU's aren't as good as they claim to be.
James

Edited by james_8970, 28 October 2007 - 02:11 PM.

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