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Is my PSU powerful enough?

Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by MiST91, Dec 14, 2006.

  1. MiST91 Guest

    hi, i've just registered and i''m new to formums. I am going to buy a pc, well build a pc and here are the specs

    Abit SG95 SKT 775
    Sapphire Radeon X1650 Pro 256MB GDDR3 PCIe
    Seagate 160GB SATAII
    NEC AD-5170A-0B 18xDVD±RW/RAM DL
    I-Cute ATX Gaming Case, found here: http://www.ebuyer.com/UK/product/91831
    Pentium D 915 2.80ghz (hoping to overclock :D )
    OCZ (OCZ26671024V) 1GB DDR2-667 PC2-5400 CL 5-5-5-15 VALUE SERIES MODULE
    Sumvision 550W 20+4pin SATA 2x 80mm Fan PSU

    do you think the 550W PSU is going to be surficient? :confused:

    please reply :respect:
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  2. p-jack New Member

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  3. tigger

    tigger I'm the only one

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    and possibly try a better quality psu.
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  4. MiST91 Guest


    thanks!, i have purchased the rig and hope the psu is good enough, will be here satarday but ma mum wont let me have it untill christmas, :cry: :banghead:, oh well just have to play my ultimate gaming machine untill then :rolleyes:

    AMD Duron 1800MHz (overclocked to, a whopping 1900Mhz)
    Gigabyte ga7vkmp
    kingston 512MB DDR 266 RAM
    Onboard gigabyte graphics with 32MB of shared memory (plays doom 3 on ultra settings), yep :rolleyes:
    300watt psu that sounds as silent as an apachi helecopter
    80GB seagate barracuda (actualy is quite a decent hard disk imo)
    NEC 16X DVD-DL rewriter (great drive, only a small 50% of burnt disks dont work)
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