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Hello, I'm wondering if a 400W Rosewill PSU can handle, 6 fans, Rasa pump/res combo, the motherboard and all the components, 1 hard drive, CD Drive and All in 1 Card reader, and 1 graphics card? If not, what is recommended.
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just to be on the safe side:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-094-_-Product
    
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Which rosewill PSU is it, and what CPU/graphics card will you be using with it? It definitley can't handle an 2600k @ 5 GHz + GTX 480, but it could probably handle a 2600k @ 5 GHz + 5870.
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Originally Posted by charliehorse55 View Post
Which rosewill PSU is it, and what CPU/graphics card will you be using with it? It definitley can't handle an 2600k @ 5 GHz + GTX 480, but it could probably handle a 2600k @ 5 GHz + 5870.
with only 400watts?
are you off your nut?
that would take atleast a 700watt PSU.
    
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ok, just to give you some numbers to work with - I have:
i7 950 at 4.4 ghz
1 5870 graphics card
2 laing d5's

_Not really what I would consider a high end setup, yet I use over 600 watts under load.
    
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Ok, i have a 680W Apevia PSU but it is too noisy for my liking, and the 400W PSU i have it this
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-074-_-Product
So i take it i can't run my 400W PSU with all of that? =(
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SOrry for double post, but i have 9500GT Graphics card, it's really crappy. lol
post #8 of 12
400w is to whimpy... not to mention that is probably not the rms of that psu... you could try... but oc'n will be a sad affair resulting in more time crashing/rebooting than playing anything...

go here, and find out some real numbers...

http://extreme.outervision.com/psucalculatorlite.jsp
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post #9 of 12
You will be 100% fine with that powersupply powering your computer. That graphics card takes almost no power at all and the CPU isn't too power demanding either.

You won't have any problems.
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post #10 of 12
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Ok thank you charlie =D. Seems like by your reps you know a few things.
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