These parts have been ordered, but there may have been a PSU requirement discrepancy on the GPU. We just wanted a second opinion. Heres the build:
GIGABYTE | GA-MA770T-UD3P
ATH II X2 240 AM3 2.8G
2x G-Skill 2GB DDR3 1333
250gb 7200 RPM SATA HD
Parts in question:
XFX PVT98GYDLH GeForce 9800 GT - On websites it indicates it needs a PSU minimum of 400w or greater. However on the box it recommends 550w minimum. This card does not actually have a PCI-E power option. It gets supplied directly off the mobo.
The power supply that was purchased is this one...
Pure Black Generic 480W ATX Power Supply for Intel P4 and AMD with Serial ATA, 20+4 Pin Connector, OEM
Theres not a lot of specs there, but this is a second one we have and could try to supply it with.
Logisys PS480D2 480W Dual Fan Computer Power Supply, SATA, 20/24 Pin, Pentium4 support
I'm not really familiar with these PSU's but it's what we have to work with. Just wanted your opinion if we run these systems on these PSU's if they'll work. Or if it's even safe, avoiding the mobo or GPU from getting toasted.