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psu for 8800gtx

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November 22, 2006 11:10:38 PM

i want to get a cheap psu that will be able to run an 8800gtx once i get one later

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November 22, 2006 11:24:26 PM

One question, do you really want to run a $650 video card on a cheap psu? Up to you...

IF you don't care about quality then just go to newegg and search for a cheap 500w plus psu, can't make any better suggestions since you didn't list the rest of your specs (don't know why people don't understand this if they've even read on thread on here before...)
November 23, 2006 12:00:21 AM

Just don't go under 30MW.
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November 23, 2006 12:08:22 AM

If you're gonna drop $650, drop an extra $50 on a GOOD PSU.

Or you'll be posting here about what's causing the smoke and why your new GTX won't work ;) 
November 23, 2006 12:15:52 AM

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If you're gonna drop $650, drop an extra $50 on a GOOD PSU.

Or you'll be posting here about what's causing the smoke and why your new GTX won't work ;) 


lol ok ill buy a thermaltake 650 watt or something, and trust me i wont need to post on this forum to figure out why my psu is smoking lol, i would figure the beast 8800gtx owned it lol
November 23, 2006 3:11:52 PM

lol. a good PSU is worth the bit of extra money, alot of people have regretted cheaping out with a top-end vid card. it's a different story if it's a cheapy card though. but with the 8800 gtx beast, she deserves to fed some nice juice ;)  lol
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