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Best Answer RKinner , 17 June 2016 - 05:30 PM

http://www.enermax.d...plus_II_eng.pdf(best to download the pdf and open it in Adobe - then you can expand it to make it easier to read)  Look in the section on Cables & ConnectionsNo... Go to the full post »


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ok so i plan to order a EVGA GTX 960 4gb MiTX edition.

but i do not know what watts my power supply is, i have taken the case off and looked everywhere for it but cannot find it, i bought the computer second hand and cannot find the watts, there is no distinct stickers, ive examined it all over, all i know is it is an enermax modu82+ II bronze certified, the thing is, is this comes in 4 makes, 425W, 525W, 625W and 625W with a 20+4pin as main connector, is there any known way to find out how much watts this is? software or any ideas, its worth noting on newegg all 4 cards have over voltage but obviously i do not want to chance this at all, any advice would be appreciated greatly


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http://www.enermax.d...plus_II_eng.pdf

(best to download the pdf and open it in Adobe - then you can expand it to make it easier to read)

 

 Look in the section on Cables & Connections

Note that each model has a different set of cables.  


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http://www.enermax.d...plus_II_eng.pdf

(best to download the pdf and open it in Adobe - then you can expand it to make it easier to read)

 

 Look in the section on Cables & Connections

Note that each model has a different set of cables.  

thank you for the response, i have identified that it is either the 525 or 625 do to the amount of slots on my PSU, i believe that 525 or 625 is enough to run a 960 MiTX edition, so i think that will be good, thank you for your help


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