Originally Posted by Puddle Jumper
A GTX 460 on a stock psu is an accident waiting to happen.
+1 for the 5770.
Originally Posted by patonb
Um guys, the specs say there is 0 pci-ex16 and 0 pci-e avaliable.
I'm worried that it doesn't have a pci-e x16 as the gpu is gthe 120 with shared graphic memory...
OEMs don't under rate their psu, they usaually under power their systems.
They under rate them. Anybody with friends that build OEMs raise their hand *raises hand*. kthanx.
Shall i put my trusty 465 on a Dell PSU rated for 400w? That same Dell PSU is running dual 9600GTs and an unlocked 555 without sweating and its from an older XPS system.
OEMs expect guys like this who want to upgrade to think their PSU cant handle it so they will buy another PSU from the OEM. Its called marketing ploy, and apparently works on anybody.
I wouldnt suggest it if i didnt think it could handle it.
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Both cards consume less than half the rated power of his PSU.
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