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Old 01-03-06, 08:05 PM Thread Starter   #1
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Is a NeoHE 430 Enough for this System?


My case (antec p150) came with a NeoHE 430 watt power supply. I'm wondering if it will be adequate to handle my system which I do hope to overclock. The specs are as follows:

Opteron 165
Asus A8R-MVP
EVGA 7800GT
2 IDE Hard drives
1 DVD-RW
1 Floppy
2 Gigs Ram
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Old 01-03-06, 08:25 PM   #2
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Yes. It will be fine.

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My case (antec p150) came with a NeoHE 430 watt power supply. I'm wondering if it will be adequate to handle my system which I do hope to overclock. The specs are as follows:

Opteron 165
Asus A8R-MVP
EVGA 7800GT
2 IDE Hard drives
1 DVD-RW
1 Floppy
2 Gigs Ram
i'd say no. I have a neoHE 430 in my other system with the following specs and all the rails sag maybe .1-.15 or even .2v. My old TP430 with a 26A 12v rail, sense modded held up better.

P4 2.8E Prescott w \HT
Asus P4C800 Deluxe
1gb Corsair XMS
ATi 9800Pro
2x80gb WD special editions 8mb, 7200 SATA in RAID 0
1 DVD-RW

BTW, built this for my dad and is not OCed one bit.

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it will most likely be fine
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