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For a business running intensive work? Replace it sooner than later.

Let me guess... it has an AC selection switch on the back? Odds are that is more a 400w or less PSU using an ancient design.
Yes to this - 230v/115v
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post #12 of 15
I would say it will work for the week you need it. Like you said CPU stress but no GPU at all, it would be extremely sad excuse for a 550w if it couldn't handle this for a week. And if you do upgrade next week, the Antec Neo Eco 400 is only $35 on newegg.
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post #13 of 15
Ancient unit, but your power requirements are pretty minimal. Replace soonest, but unless that PSU is more than a couple of years old it should hold up until you can get a decent one. You don't need more than 400w for the system as specced, a good 300w should do it actually.
Get the Antec Neo Eco 400, or the Corsair CX430, whichever is lowest priced to you.
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post #14 of 15
Don't forget Murphy's Law, you get what you pay for.
post #15 of 15
good thing u have no gpu, so ur prolly fine for the time being.
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