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14A on the 12V. Your PS needs to be upgraded before anything else whatsoever gets upgraded. Sorry. Here is a nice one for quite cheap:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817174023
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thnx guess i'll do a package buy.

also can you head me in the right direction on this last matter.

when i first got the puter it was pretty fast imo but i guess over time something happened to it (downloading who knows).

defrag hasn't helped.

what can i do to get its normal pep back. not clocking or anything.

this isn't the thread but maybe some direction.

some ideas is all

thanx all for your help.
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if you get that 5200 , your current psu is fine. some people just like to over react. 250 watts will run that no problem.
    
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do any pci vid cards need fans. (not pcie)
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post #35 of 35
Well, slowing down happens to Windows over time, and that is because of all sorts of programs you have installed, even if you don't use them. Do a nice big clean-up and uninstall all programs you don't use and you will see a big speed-up. Another quicker method is reformatting, but the longer you go without it the harder it gets to do it because of the size of the task. Of course, then you could overclock, but only after buying a new motherboard. Feel free to ask for any help, and don't forget to rep anyone who has helped you. Many new members (including me earlier on) just forgot to take the time to do so.
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