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Old 01-05-2005, 02:10 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Question Is my Power Supply good enough.

i just wondering if my powersupply is good enough for my system.

its an Aurora FSP350-60PN(PF)

its ratings are as follows

My system contains the following

Abit NF7-S Socket A mobo
Sempron 2500+
256MB ram x2
x1 HDD 120MB maxtor
x2 Optical drives
2 case fans
graphics fan
chipset fan

is my power supply good enough for this?

im sure it is i just want a second oppinion.
My power supply doesnt realy blow out hot air, its just slightly warm, so im assuming its within its limits. also i see no voltage fluctuations in my temp/voltage monitor graphs so im assuming since the voltages are extreamly stable that i am well within the limits of the PSU.

any feedback would be great thanks.

Abit NF7-S mobo
AMD Sempron 2500+ @ 1902MHz
Nvidia xfx ge-force 5200, 128MB
WD 20GB HDD SATA (system)
Maxtor 120GB HDD IDE (storage)
1024MB Dual Cannel 400MHz RAM
350W Aurora PSU
Win XP SP2
Memorex 16x Dual Layer DVD +/- RW
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Old 01-05-2005, 02:37 AM   #2 (permalink)
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looks ok to me, although i much prefer to have 400+ in wattage but yes that PSU is more than sufficiant.
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