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Old 12-13-2005, 06:30 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I am upgrading my PC and i am just wondering how to figure out what the wyattage is of my current power supply. I just need to know what it is so i can decide if i want to upgrade it.

also if it is a low wyattage supply, would it be easy to remove my old power supply and install a new one. im thinking maybe 500-600 wyatt as a good power supply just need to know what my current one is..all help is apreciated thanks in advance.
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To find out how many watts your power supply is just remove the side of the case (or however to get into the innards of your computer) and look at the side of the power supply. It should say the wattage that it puts out.

It should be fairly easy to install a new one and between that range would be ideal.
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Old 12-13-2005, 06:47 PM   #3 (permalink)
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if your looking to get a new one, check out the antec true power 550 watt. its about four screws that you need to take out. i have a power supply for sale also
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