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ATRIX 80MM PC FAN FANCIWHI4RB-F -R -
MEM 1Gx2|D400 OCZ4002048ELDCPE-K R
HD 250G|WD 7200 SATA2 16MB WD2500KS
DVD-ROM ASUS|DVD-E616AG BLACK %
MS WIN XP HOME w/SP2 w/PLUS SINGLE
CASE ATRIX|CSCI-G8022C-C43 BLK RTL
>POWER SUPPLY ANTEC TP2-550 EPS12V
CPU AMD|OPTERON 170 2.0G 2x1M 939 R
FDD 1.44MB NEC|FD1231H-302 OEM BLK
KB LOGITCH|INTERNET PRO BLACK PS2%
DVD+/-RW NEC ND-3550A BK RT - Retail
CPU THERMPASTE|ARCTIC SILVER5 3.5G%
CREATIVE INSPIRE T3000 SPEAKERS 2.1
MB ASUS A8N-E NF4U 939 - Retail
VGA SAPPHIRE RX1900XTX 512M 100150%
MOUSE LOGITECH|MX 518 USB RETAIL

Will this psu http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?Item=N82E16817103932
work with this video card ? http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?Item=N82E16814102671
I read this in one of the Reviews -(Better have a good Power Supply. A single card requires a 450watt with 30amps on the 12v rail) The detailed
specifications only said 450-Watt power supply or greater recommended. So I thought it would work but now Im not so sure.
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  1. If you are getting a PSU with DUAL +12V rails then they will combine essentially to work as one. So that PSU with 2 +12V rails at 19A will work since combined the 12V rail has a max amperage of 38. Will it work....if you don't overclock it should.
  2. Thank you :D
  3. i'm pretty sure it will work since it is 550w dual 12v (19A) rail PSU with a good reputation and some reviews showed it having more things than u listed:FX-57
    like this setup:
    Asus NF4 SLI
    2X 7800GTX
    2x 74G Raptors
    2X 400G Seagate SATA2
    Plextor DVD-RW
    and this one:
    Aerocool Masstige ATX Tower
    AMD 3800+X2 64 dual core
    Stock Heatsink w/ Artic Silver 3
    ECS SLI Extreme mobo
    2x1 GB PQI Turbo dual channel
    36 GB Western Digital Raptor
    320 GB Western Digital Sata
    200 GB Western Digital IDE
    120 GB Hitachi IDE
    Evga 7800 gt 256 mb graphics w/ Zalman vf700 Fan w/ Artic Silver 3
    LG 16X DVDrw
    Four case fans(three 80, one 120)
    Audigy 2ZS Platinum
  4. Yes, that PSU is more than sufficient to run your rig - even with an OC.
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