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I have a CM 460W PSU laying around and trying to get 2 systems up tonight. It will be running a Gigabyte H55n with an i5 750, 4gb of ddr3, gtx 260, 64 gb ssd with 3 led yate loons. Pretty sure it will but just wanted to make sure before i started building my 2 rigs tonight.
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Easy, piece of cake.
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No.
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Easy, piece of cake.
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No.
umm


looking at reviews of the psu it acually puts out close to 430w. still a decent little psu. anyone else have any ideas?
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post #5 of 27
I guess it would, but I wouldnt trust it though.
When you have the chance get a higher wattage PSU.
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post #6 of 27
It should. People around these parts tend to blatantly over rate what they need in a PSU. If you're feeling a little uneasy, you can google a "PSU calculator" and fill out your specs to see what it will draw (or at least a rough estimate).

I'm still placing bets that it's more than enough to get it up and running, good luck with the build.
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post #7 of 27
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It should. People around these parts tend to blatantly over rate what they need in a PSU. If you're feeling a little uneasy, you can google a "PSU calculator" and fill out your specs to see what it will draw (or at least a rough estimate).

I'm still placing bets that it's more than enough to get it up and running, good luck with the build.
ty, really interested to get this up and running. i5 750 and i5 2500k(been leak testing on and off for 3 days now on the 2500k). Well I dont use psu calcs as when u use all of them there is generally a 250W+ difference. It wont be overclocked and sooner or later i will get a new psu. the system wont pull more than about 350w running at full load and that would be pushing it.
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post #8 of 27
Cooler Master's Extreme Power Plus line is crap. The sticker clearly says it delivers 312W@12V, max, so it's not a 460W unit. Call it a ~350W at best.
http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/artic...y-Review/550/7
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Cooler Master's Extreme Power Plus line is crap. The sticker clearly says it delivers 312W@12V, max, so it's not a 460W unit. Call it a ~350W at best.
http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/artic...y-Review/550/7
if you read that review it clearly states that they pull 430w perfectly fine. that is the same review i was just reading lol.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Shub View Post
Cooler Master's Extreme Power Plus line is crap. The sticker clearly says it delivers 312W@12V, max, so it's not a 460W unit. Call it a ~350W at best.
http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/artic...y-Review/550/7
PSU's can output a bit more than they say, but its probably "dirty" power and I wouldnt trust it either way

This isnt overclock.net for no reason plug her in and give it a try though hardware can suprise just about anyone.
Wont know untill you try!
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