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Old 03-03-2004, 01:20 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default What works with 230 watt psu? AMD Pro2800A+?

I was interested in purchasing the Powmax MATX3304-S mATX and it comes with a 230 watt power supply. And I was wondering what kind of mobo and processor would be good in it. I found this for $104 and it looked like a pretty good deal but was wondering what kind of processor a Pro2800A+ was. Or if the 230 watt psu could even handle it or what could. Thanks

L7VMM3 /w AMD Pro 2800A Onboard CPU
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case http://www.powmax.com/CASE/MATX/MetalMATX.htm
Mobo+AMD http://www.shentech.com/ecsl7amdpro2.html
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Old 03-03-2004, 03:46 AM   #2 (permalink)
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The 2800+ AMD is a good processor, but I would do something about the power supply. 230 watts just isn’t enough to power for modern CPU’s and graphics cards, I would suggest 350 minimum.
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Um... hes talking about a Micro ATX power supply. I dont think they go higher than ~250W.

However, if you pay that much for a PSU you need to be shot. Enermax makes a 250W mATX PSU for $38 USD. That price is from www.newegg.com (always shop there if you can get what you need there, it doesnt get better- best company on the net).
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