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greeneggsnham
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« on: December 07, 2004, 03:57:13 PM »

I have a little upgrade (current machine is going to our church), and I'm wondering if I need a new PSU as well. I'm currently running an Antec Smartblue 350/Asus a7n8x dlx/amd xp 2100+/nvidia ti4400. Newegg should be shipping me a DFI LANPARTY UT nF3 250Gb, along with a amd 64 2800+ to sit on top of it. I plan to continue using my ti4400 for the time being; can my current PSU drive this? If things are close, I could drop down to a couple hard drives in the case, alone with a dvd drive.

If it will work now, how about later, if I want to upgrade to a nvidia 6600 gt or so? (I'm aware that the current card will be the -major- weak link in the system).

I figured that someone else here might have some useful first hand experience on how far you can stretch your power supply.
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« Reply #1 on: December 07, 2004, 05:40:20 PM »

You're probably just fine.
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« Reply #2 on: December 07, 2004, 09:41:27 PM »

Yeah.. I'd think that unless you step up to newer video card you should be just fine.

I'm running a P4 3.0 with a 6800GT, two HD's (One external USB), and all the other gadgetry involved on an Antec Smartpower 350 watt. I've had no problems in the four months I've been using it.
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