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If I will buy Q9650 or enough to 350W?
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Whats your question? Is a 350w power supply enough for a q9650? yes, it would just barely be enough, but only if your running onboard video. Pretty much any video card nowadays requires a much larger power supply (500w+)
    
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post #3 of 14
I would suggest on NOT doing that...


Two reasons:


1. What brand of PSU is that anyway, and 350w ain't gonna be safe.

2. 9650's cost a lot, and why keep 775 when AM3(+) and 1155/2011 are here and coming.
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As said above! No!
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Don't do it if you plan on overclocking.
I believe you have a Modecom FEEL 350W psu.
This is from their website:
Total output on +5V, +3,3V shall not exceed 115W. since the cpu has a TDP of 95W it should hold it but not if you overclock.
Don't do it anyway. Don't know how reliable these PSUs are at their rated wattage.


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Originally Posted by trentonv17 View Post
Whats your question? Is a 350w power supply enough for a q9650? yes, it would just barely be enough, but only if your running onboard video. Pretty much any video card nowadays requires a much larger power supply (500w+)
No. You're wrong.
You also went overboard with that 1kW PSU.
Your PC would run just fine on a quality 500W PSU.
Edited by Cryptedvick - 6/19/11 at 1:05pm
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If I buy motherboard with 1155 socket and i7 I will need to buy 1000w(or something like that) PSU then I have to pay more for electricity. I don't have much money.
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Originally Posted by AMD Athlon XP View Post
If I buy motherboard with 1155 socket and i7 I will need to buy 1000w(or something like that) PSU then I have to pay more for electricity. I don't have much money.
Why not just buy a 1155 socket and a 450w-550w psu? 1000w is total overkill.

Edit: you do know that it doesnt constantly pull 1000w right?
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Quote:
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My PSU manufacturer is MODE COM. Model: FEEL-350 ATX
If I buy motherboard with 1155 socket and i7 I will need to buy 1000w(or something like that) PSU then I have to pay more for electricity. I don't have much money.
If you buy a 1155 motherboard and a high end i7 you will need between 450-550W from a quality PSU if you're running a single high end video card or 2 mid range cards in CF/SLI. 550-650W for highend CF. 650-750W for high end SLI.
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I have found Phenom 2 X4 + motherboard in ebay for very cheap but when I see in youtube gta iv gameplay I change my mind
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If you buy a 1155 motherboard and a high end i7 you will need between 450-550W from a quality PSU if you're running a single high end video card or 2 mid range cards in CF/SLI. 550-650W for highend CF. 650-750W for high end SLI.
If you say so.
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