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andrew brunner

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would would you guys suggest for a psp. im replacing the one i have now

i will get a new psp, b4 i put my replacement graphics card back in, i dont want to take any chance. and i prefferr it to be under $100

thanks
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Hello Andrew :)

Well, you will need a powerful Power Supply to power that GeForce card of yours. That RoseWill that you are using, no offence, but is horrible. Rosewill is one of the worst brands there is. Here are the some GOOD choices for a replacement (please note that these will probably be over 100):

http://www.mwave.com...S...ne&nextloc= (Cutting it close)

http://www.mwave.com...riteria=BA24098 (Perfect for your situation)

http://www.mwave.com...riteria=BA24176 (You will never have to replace again =) )

I basically only recommend 800 Watts for these type of cards. If you feel any heat coming out of your PSU, then replace it, your under powered.
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Hello Andrew :)

Well, you will need a powerful Power Supply to power that GeForce card of yours. That RoseWill that you are using, no offence, but is horrible. Rosewill is one of the worst brands there is. Here are the some GOOD choices for a replacement (please note that these will probably be over 100):

http://www.mwave.com...S...ne&nextloc= (Cutting it close)

http://www.mwave.com...riteria=BA24098 (Perfect for your situation)

http://www.mwave.com...riteria=BA24176 (You will never have to replace again =) )

I basically only recommend 800 Watts for these type of cards. If you feel any heat coming out of your PSU, then replace it, your under powered.


thanks for your response. those psp's look great but a little too pricey right now, but ill keep them in mind. if i do get them ill save some $ up. I think its a good i idea to get 800w, cause that will be one less thing to worry about when i upgrade something in my comp.

Oh and about that rosewill(i dont know what i was thinking.lol) i was looking at reviews that otherday at newegg, and the rosewill reiews like the 1st 5 of each one pretty much fried there mobos.


ill look around for antec's they look good.

i can always wait to get a new psp, i know its not the psp that caused my new geforce to go bad. im getting a replacement on that.)

im getting a checkered design in games and movies, it started after i tried to hook it up to my tv_i looked around and alot od people have that same prob after hooking theirs up to tv).

thanks

Edited by andrew brunner, 15 February 2008 - 10:37 PM.

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Just as a basic good thing to look around and my personal favorite brands ARE:

Antec, OCZ, Cooler Master (SOMETIMES)
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