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Originally Posted by kaivorth View Post

Pretty much what others have said. I wouldn't advise running those on the system. Even a 6850 and a Q6600 will stress it.

Is it even 80PLUS certified?

Best case scenario if it was, you only get about 400W. Then the amps on the rail come into play....yeah I wouldn't. Get a decent PSU.
It's not 80 plus certified. It has PPFC, so it's not getting the required 0.9 power factor on 100% load or whatever it was.

I mean, at best it's competing with stuff like Antec VP450 or Corsair VS series (CWT GPA IIRC). Which if it is and if the label is honest, would mean that it should run fine, especially with the HD 6850... at least for a few years. It could be much worse though.
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Originally Posted by mikeaj View Post

It's not 80 plus certified. It has PPFC, so it's not getting the required 0.9 power factor on 100% load or whatever it was.

I mean, at best it's competing with stuff like Antec VP450 or Corsair VS series (CWT GPA IIRC). Which if it is and if the label is honest, would mean that it should run fine, especially with the HD 6850... at least for a few years. It could be much worse though.
I used to ran 6850 with oc'ed i5 with 324W on 12V rail PSU.It was perfectly fine.I'm glad to know he'll be fine + even a slight headroom.
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