PSU Question

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce' started by ArCElM, Apr 20, 2006.

  1. ArCElM

    ArCElM Banned

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    "Dear ,

    I have just got rid of the same power supply for the same reason - its ATX 1 and doesn't deliver enough juice on the 12V rail for 7 series cards.


    Regards,

    Andy Mclean
    Technical Support
    Overclockers UK"

    IS THIS FOR REAL!?

    I REALLY need advice on this please before I WASTE money on upgrading my PSU.

    I HONESTLY thought this Antec TrueBlue 480w PSU would be PLENTY.


    HELP!?
     
  2. bernek

    bernek Ancient Guru

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    your card is damaged or you have other problems

    that Antec TrueBlue 480W is MORE than ENOUGH !!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

    I have a ****y 422 W no name and it works perfectly ....
     
  3. wolf68k

    wolf68k Member Guru

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    According to Leadtek's website, that card requires a 350watt PSU. I hope they are joking as that being the minimum

    I'm not 100% how these new dual +12V rail PSU work but that Antec True 480 delievers 18A on both +12V rails and that should be more than enough

    Even their big True550 only puts out 19A on both +12V rails


    I've got one of their older True430 and it has a single +12V rail and puts out 26A on that rail and it's not by designed supported for PCI-E cards, only because it doesn't have the connections in place, but that Trueblue 480 does.

    That PSU should be perfectly fine.
     

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