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04-21-06, 09:00 AM #1
Antec Bluepower will it run this?
I have an Antec Bluepower PSU I think it is 480W or maybe even 400W.
Anyway, It's rather good. But will it be able to run.
- AMD Athlon 64 3700
- 2GB Corsair XMS PC3200
- Asus A8N-SLi Premium nForce4 SLi
- MSI ATI Radeon X1900 XT 512MB GDDR3
- 1 IDE HD
- 1 SATA HD
- 2 DVD-RW
- Fans'n stuff
Will it survive or will it just die?Need a new sig
04-21-06, 09:03 AM #2
I wouldnt try it... could kill all of your stuff as soon as you power on I think you would be better off getting a name brand PSU that is biggereVGA GeForce 9800gtx 512mb Superclocked
G.Skill 2 x 2gb ddr2 800 pc6400
2 x 320gb Seagate raid 0
Core 2 duo e6600
Corsair HX 620W PSU
18X LiteOn DVD RW/Litescribe
Antec Nine Hundred Mid-ATX Case
Noctua NH-U12F High Performance Cooler
04-21-06, 09:12 AM #3
I thought as much, as these Hiper PSU's any good?
Or is it best to stick with Antec or Enermax?
Thanks for the quick response.
I can probably afford the one above, peaks at 630W and rated at 580W.Need a new sig
04-21-06, 03:38 PM #4
i heard those OCZ powerstreams are really good
520w i thinkSystem
Core: Asus P5QL :: C2D E7400 @2.8ghz Stock :: 2x2GB DDR2-1066
A/V: eVGA GTX285 :: Asus Xonar Essence STX
Power & Peripherals: Antec Earthwatts EA650 :: WD Caviar Blue 320GB :: Lian-Li A06FB
04-22-06, 03:54 AM #5Originally Posted by jmt391Need a new sig
07-22-06, 05:58 PM #6
Huh? That is a "name brand" PSU. I think it would probably be fine. BTW, that probably should be a "TrueBlue 480" if its made by antec. My system has probably similar power requirements (save for the video card, which does make a big difference, actually) and I run on an antec 550, barely more than yours. Thing is, my UPS tells me it normally only draws about 250 watts, and thats with the monitor on full load on the cpu (although not much load on other components). As long as it has performed alright in the past, it shouldn't hurt to try it. I think that psu should be alright.
Last edited by aeiou; 07-22-06 at 08:25 PM.20" iMac 2.4Ghz C2D 4GB ram
07-22-06, 08:17 PM #7
Try this calculator:
It will give you an idea of what you need. when I put your specs in I got a maximum of about 400 watts with a bunch of extra stuff in it. You should be fine, I think.20" iMac 2.4Ghz C2D 4GB ram