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fortron fsp300 enough for me?

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hi, i just modded my 6800le couple days ago from 8x1/4 pipelines 300hrz core 700hrz mem to 12x1/6 pipes 400hrzcore 850hrz mem and i would like to keep it that way for next year or maybe two

everything is really cool PSU exhaust temp is only 30c in fully open case 25c ambient cpu is only 40~c and gfx is 55c core 38c ambient(mem?) all temps measured in 100% load i used js custom pc PSU calculator they say ¨These are peak wattages. Even under full load, actual consumption is usually less than these figures¨

i got 290W whit calculator when i selected 6800ULTRA as there aint 6800le(much slower than ultra even whit this mod). considering i have low temps in psu and its 100% stable in gaming so should i be fine whit this??? many ppl are saying i should have atleast 450W whit this card

what are the symptoms of under powered pc or gfx!!!!
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you'll probably be alright, just watch your voltages under load... if they move too much it is probably a sign that your psu is under too much stress.
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I would put a better PSU into your system. Better to have too many watts now then not enough when you put in that snazzy new DVD burner. My system technically never peaks above about 200W, but I have a 400W PSU so I have some serious upgrade headroom. I'd consider at least a 450W or higher for your system just to be safe. Also, OCing your CPU draws more power.
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thanks for so fast reply, as allways in this site

i dont have anykind of possibility to monitor voltages:/

i have stress tested alot this card whit different games and benchies and all the scores havent changed at all mark03 stable score allways 10050~ maybe thats somekind of prove for stable voltages
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post #5 of 5
you can always get a multi tester and manually test your voltages... otherwise sandra should be able to tell you what your voltages are.

I just ordered this psu for another rig I'm building:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817104954
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