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Old 04-03-2007, 06:53 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Does anyone know if a 250 watt(263 MAX) PSU can handle this card?

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Thats a very tough question but I'm going to say no...ATI cards in general like to take more watts the Nvidia ones.

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no way...it may handle the card alone but not with a cpu/mobo/ram/cdburner/blahblahblah.....i wouldnt try it

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Nop - sorry buddy
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Originally Posted by will h4x 4 food View Post
yes that power supply itself should be sufficent for your video card. But if you want it to run the system and the card then no

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