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mrdrphil007

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Is 450W enough to run my system? (see my sig)
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i would say that more than enough lol
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Hi,

That psu has had some bad reviews although I can't remember were I read them, another thing is the amps on the 12v, it has 18A and most users of amd 64 systems report that amps on the 12v in the mid 20's works best especially with a highend video card.

Are you having any problems? If so I would replace it with a name brand, Antec,Thermaltake, Enermax just to name a few but get something with at least 24A on the 12V rail.

Rick
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Thanks for the replies. As of right now I havent had any problems, because I'm still waiting on my RAM to arrive. Stupid Tigerdirect.

-Doby
according to your specifications, this would be a good PSU right?

http://www.tigerdire...p?EdpNo=1407918
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Yes that should be very good, I did a quik google to look for reviews but its a new product and I could not find any. I like Vantec products although I have never used thier psu's but with the description and the specs I am sure it will be fine and at a decent price to

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