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Cooler master eXtreme power plus 460w problem plz reply

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So can i run Zotac GTX 960 4gb with xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

(as i am not gonna over clock it and i don't have money to buy new psu) as right now i am running a GTS 450 overclocked edition with this psu. And i also have phenom II x4 955BE a 125w cpu in my PC. So i wanted to know will this psu be able to handle a 960 without killing the 960 or killing itself. I usually game at 1366x768

Specks of PC are

MY system specs are
AMD Phen2om II x4 955BE (125W possessor)
Cooler Master Hyper TX3 (CPU Cooler)
Asus M5A78L-M/ USB3 (motherboard)
Corsair 4GB DD3 1333mhz + Corsair XMS 4GB DDR3 1600Mhz = 8GB(DDR3 RAM)
1TB WD Blue Caviar (Hard Disk)
1 LG DVD Drive
Cooler Master Extreme Power plus 460 (PSU_
two cabinet fan (that came with case)
Sparkale GTS 450 1GB GDDR5 (Advertised MAX TDP 106w)

Edited by phillpower2, 30 August 2015 - 04:34 AM.
Removed link to same thread post on other Tech Forum.

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:welcome:   abhi47,


Best to be straight to the point, I would not recommend using the present PSU with any upgrade let alone an add on video card that costs over $200, it is old, not even 80%+ efficiency let alone bronze rated + even when new it may not even put out the 27 amps on the +12V rail that the GTX 960 requires.


NB: Can I ask that you do not include links to other tech support forums in your posts, thank you.


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Edited by phillpower2, 30 August 2015 - 04:44 AM.
As per above edit.

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