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i know the answer for my question already


these are my computer Specs >> as shown below

i didn't check my power supply output when i had the computer

so .. i'm running it right now ( since a month ) and i haven't noticed any thing weird at all


fortunately .. i have the right to return the whole device to seller .. cauze he the one who told me that my PSU is 400 watt


but is it necessary to do that ?? i mean.. is it possible that my chips have been damaged ??

at last .. please , give your advise for a convenient PSU with the lowest budget
 

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I dont think its NECESSARY if everything's working fine but if you want a nicer PSU I would suggest the SeaSonic S12 series, they are the best there is:

330W for $59
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817151021

380W for $77
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817151022

430W for $99
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817151023

500W for $129
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817151024

and 600W for $149, this is what I have
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817151025

In reality even the 330W should be fine for your system since these are VERY high quality PSUs but I would either get the 430W for $99 or go all out and get the 600 for $149, it really is a great price for what you are getting.
 

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yeah, I don't think there will be a problem w/ your rig... you've just been underpowering it. I would highly suggest you get a new psu though. maybe you can get some cash back from the guy who you got it from. for your rig I would suggest a quality 500w psu.

tell him that you have to have at least a 350w psu to run that 6600GT... he can look at the specs and manufacture suggestions and it will back you... then try to get some money out of him.

then get either a Seasonic S12-500, OCZ powerstream 520 or a Sunbeam Nuuo
 

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eeek the 12+ rail is still a little week... but i think it will power what u have for now, but u usually wanna try and get atleast 24A on the +12v rail...
 

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pbasil1: eeek the 12+ rail is still a little week... but i think it will power what u have for now, but u usually wanna try and get atleast 24A on the +12v rail...

whould that improve performance ??
 

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it will have more power on tap persay, so you will have a more stable overclock...
 

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it would improve stability more than anything else. Also, it'll allow you to power more devices.
 

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^ that too... if when u get a bigger/ better videocard u wont have to worry...
 

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Ekk is you guys telling someone with a Perfect rig to BUy more stuff.

Look, it is has no problems, so it is fine, QUALITY is what matters.
 

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OK..
but it has no problems right now .. right ??is my rig at the maximum performance and stability ??

cauze i have no plans for overclocking right now
 

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if you aren't overclocking you should be fine... but thermaltake psus aren't known for there awsome powerness or anythign like that so it may be a bit lacking if/when you do oc
 

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Originally Posted by Commando

OK..
but it has no problems right now .. right ??is my rig at the maximum performance and stability ??

cauze i have no plans for overclocking right now

well WE cant tell if its stable or not... u can though...is it?.... if you have no problems with it and it seems to be doing its job... great! but if/when u start to OC, you may need to buy a new one, and i say MAY, because who knows? this PSU u have now might just hold out for what u have runnign and when u OC it may just work fine, but if it causes instrability then i would suggest getting some of the PUS's suggested in the posts above
 

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thank u guys very much

u really helped me ..


one last question


correct this info if it was false

" the biggest problem that could happen if i OC my Graphics Card/cpu won't
affect any of them "

is that correct ??

i feel it isn't ..
 
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