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400W PSU enough?

Sachin2798

Broken In
Hey Guys I am planning to buy a new graphic card for my rig which is :ZOTAC NVIDIA GeForce GTX 650 Ti Boost 2 GB.
I want to know whether my psu of 400W will power enough for it or not.
On ZOTAC's official site it is mentioned to use 450W PSU.
I am not going to overclock it but I want it to run in 400Watts.

My PC's Config:
AMD FX-6100 Six Core Processor 3.3GHz
Kingston 2x2GB Ram
Gigabyte GA-880GM USB3
NVidia GeForce 8400GS 1GB (going to change it)
A 400W PSU :(
Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit.

I just don't want to take risk of having my new GPU burned by the PSU.
 

bssunilreddy

Chosen of the Omnissiah
Hey Guys I am planning to buy a new graphic card for my rig which is :ZOTAC NVIDIA GeForce GTX 650 Ti Boost 2 GB.
I want to know whether my psu of 400W will power enough for it or not.
On ZOTAC's official site it is mentioned to use 450W PSU.
I am not going to overclock it but I want it to run in 400Watts.

My PC's Config:
AMD FX-6100 Six Core Processor 3.3GHz
Kingston 2x2GB Ram
Gigabyte GA-880GM USB3
NVidia GeForce 8400GS 1GB (going to change it)
A 400W PSU :(
Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit.

I just don't want to take risk of having my new GPU burned by the PSU.

What is the exact PSU model you have?If it is Coolermaster low end just change it.You can either go for Seasonic S,G Series. Seasonic S12II 520 is enough for your setup.
 

rijinpk1

Aspiring Novelist
+1 to this.

Nowadays Antec,Corsair,Coolermaster PSU's are manufactured by one vendor, that is Seasonic. Truly a great vendor.

not all of their series of psus are manufactured by seasonic. some are manufactured by FSP ,delta etc.
 
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