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On a 400w Delta?

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I'm probably just going to replace it with a Seasonic S12II 620w but I figured I'd ask anyway.

If I were to transplant my MB/CPU/RAM into a PC with a 400w Delta, viable?

X6 1090T
4x2GB DDR3
Radeon 5770
1x 750 GB HDD
1x DVDRW

I'd imagine it would flop over and choke under any significant load, but hey.
Would mainly be used for WoW, so nothing super taxing.
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250 GB 840 EVO Noctua NH-D14 Windows 10 Logitech K350 
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Depends on the vintage and the +12V capacity. If it can do 25A or more on the +12V then it would be fine if you didn't overclock.
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That's fine for a single HDD and a 5770. Look at this graph by HC:


The 5770 has a lower power consumption than even a 9800GT, so you'll be more than fine.Of course you should add more for your 1090T and 4 RAM sticks, but it should run fine as long as you don't plan to overclock. And for WOW, you won't need to with that rig.

Once you upgrade that power supply, don't bother with a 620W, just get the S12 520W unless you plan on Crossfiring those cards, as 620 watts for that is way overkill.
     
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Xeon L5639 @ 3.24-3.60GHz Asus P6X58D Premium Gigabyte HD7950 Windforce3 6x2GB G.Skill Pi 1600MHz CL7-8-7 @ 1440MHz 
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post #4 of 4
Even the S12II 520W is more than adequate for Crossfire 5770s.
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