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Old 03-02-2006, 11:06 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Im not really familliar with psu's and such but i have one question

So here is all the jumbled mess on the side of my psu....

375 watts
input: 100 - 120V ~ /9A
Output: +5V /22A MAX -12V /1A MAX
+12VA /1BA MAX +12VB /1BA MAX

so my question is can i run a 6800gs on this. I know most call for a min of 350. so i have that, though it is cutting it close. Also, i heard that it is also not just dependent on watts but also amps. So, if anyone could help me befor i buy, that would be great.

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What are the actual amps on the 12v? as B isn't really meaning anything (I think you mean 18amps/) And if so then yes.


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Possible sure, But I would upgrade to a much better one, It really depends On what other components you have however I reccomend you get a better one.
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