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I have a quick question about the Gigabyte HD 7750. It says that it requires a minimum 400w power supply.

My buddy bought a computer for his wife to do photo editing, mostly in Corel.

HP Elite 8300 Microtower

This comes with a 320w power supply.

Will this power supply be sufficient for this system if the 7750 is added?
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It should work fine. I don't believe that 7750 even requires a PCIe 6-pin power, it should get all it needs from the PCie x16 slot.

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It's okay if everything is at stock. Also depends on the brand of the PSU and how many volts it supports on the 12v rail.
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It is the crap that HP builds their computers with. Nothing in this little guy will be overclocked, it's just used for a photographer home business.
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It is the crap that HP builds their computers with. Nothing in this little guy will be overclocked, it's just used for a photographer home business.
Show work then biggrin.gif
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Thanks for the quick replies guys.
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Thanks for the quick replies guys.
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how many volts it supports on the 12v rail.
Do you mean amps? biggrin.gif But it should be fine. Another thing to check is if the case has decent ventilation. A lot of times those OEM cases will have next to no ventilation since they aren't designed to have a dedicated GPU (or one that powerful) in them, so they can get pretty toasty.
My friend had this problem with a 560TI in one of those OEM cases, but that uses quite a bit more power than a 7750.
Edited by lostmage - 8/14/13 at 12:59pm
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Originally Posted by lostmage View Post

Do you mean amps? biggrin.gif But it should be fine. Another thing to check is if the case has decent ventilation. A lot of times those OEM cases will have next to no ventilation since they aren't designed to have a dedicated GPU (or one that powerful) in them, so they can get pretty toasty.
My friend had this problem with a 560TI in one of those OEM cases, but that uses quite a bit more power than a 7750.

Lol. Yeah tongue.gif
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