Can I use my current PSU? Tags: Gtx Graphics Cards Geforce CPUs Last response: February 6, 2014 9:45 PM in CPUs Share SPORTY98WHIT February 6, 2014 9:33:59 PM So i am thinking of buying a geforce gtx 660 and it says that the minimum PSU wattage required is 450W. My current PSU only is 300W. Would I still be able to use the graphics card on my current setup without having to get a new PSU? More about : current psu nashdes001 a b U Graphics card a b à CPUs February 6, 2014 9:45:25 PM nope it will overload ur psu, its risky m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedCan I use my current PSU? Forum SolvedUse current PSU in new build or buy new one? Forum SolvedIs there a way to get CrossfireX running with my current PSU using 6-pin adapters? Forum Can I use my current PSU? Forum Can I use my current PSU for new build? Forum SolvedMy psu is frontech 450w .Can i use ati raedon 6670 ? currently i am using nvidia GT 240. Forum Solvedcan I buy a pre-owned disk of Windows 7 and use my current activation code? Forum SolvedMotherboard swap, can i still use MY current OEM key if i purchased the disk? Forum SolvedHow can I put the OS from my current hard drive to a secondary for use in another PC? Forum SolvedWill this new PSU work with my current mobo and case? Forum SolvedShould i keep Running my Current PSU? Forum SolvedWill a 700 watt psu literally consume 58 amperes from my current? Forum SolvedCan PSU of 550w support GTX 780 and my current systems? Forum SolvedAre this PSU and graphics card compatible with my current motherboard? Forum SolvedCan I overclock fx 6300 with my current 550W PSU? Forum SolvedBuilding a new rig, can I use my current hard drive with windows 7 on my new build to avoid having to buy another OS/harddrive Forum SolvedWhats the continous current rating of my psu? Forum SolvedCan I use my current hard drive with windows 7 installed on a new pc with no os? Forum SolvedWill current PSU support 2nd video card? Forum SolvedLooking for recommendation on PSU with current build specs Forum More resources Read discussions in other CPUs categories AMD Intel Intel i5 Intel i7 Phenom Cooling Performance !