If you can give the the info about the computer I can probably find the info out for you...
If it is a brand name just give me brand and model...
Other wise if you could get me the the motherboard CPU and ram info along with peripherals and I will figure it out... But I'm pretty sure the PSU can handle what you are looking to do.
Keep in mind what its max amp rating is so if there is something that has the system pushed to the edge then I would get another PSU... For that system they are Cheap... Newegg is a great place for parts if you are in the USA
Yeah but you know how people can be with spending money and being without a computer.
I myself am pretty sure it can handle it as well, but like I said just wanted to double check, because 235W is quite a small PSU.
As far as the specs:
MoBo: Intel SE440BX-2
2 Sticks of RAM (work fine together)
1 - 128mb pc100
1- 256mb pc133 (down clocked to 100 due to the other stick)
was thinking of swapping the 128 for another stick, matching the latter.
Pentium 3 650Mhz
2 CD drives, neither appear to be burners.
Graphics: not sure, the card says G2+ mila/88/20 but I don't think that's the name and google didn't bring anything.
It honestly doesn't look like a demanding card: IE: It's more or less just a silcon chip with no real memory attachments etc.
Personally I'd give him a laundry list of things, which would basically equate to a new computer. But seeing as how it's just for basic stuff, I figure i'm just gunna throw XP on there with as much HDD as I can muster (whether it be 2 drives = approx 38gb or 1 drive at 40 gb).
Noramlly I'd give him a laundry list of things basically equivalent to a new PC but since he's only using it for basic stuff it should be fine really. Just planning on throwing XP on there with as much HDD space as I can muster together.
Edited by Caffeine_Powered, 02 June 2009 - 01:10 AM.