Can my PSU support any of these cards? Tags: Graphics Cards Support Graphics Last response: November 19, 2008 11:53 PM in Graphics & Displays Share Hornet85 November 19, 2008 4:16:14 AM PSU: Acbel 450W Combined 12v rail output 25A I'm on a very tight budget here, and I'm planning on getting the 9800GT, or 9800GTX+ if I can find one. nVidia listed that the GT require 400W and GTX+ is 450W So my question here is, how close can I get to these requirement? Do they set this requirement higher a little to be safe, or lower for marketing purposes? My system here is C2D E6550 Intel G33 motherboard 2x 1GB Ram 2 HDD 2 standard casing fan and a DVD drive Absolutely no overclocking or anykind of casing mod. Can I run the 9800GT or GTX+ on my system? Thank you very much. More about : psu support cards gkay09 a b U Graphics card November 19, 2008 4:29:40 AM ya u can run a 9800GT but nt sure abt the GTX+ though....but it were to be a very gud quality like corsair or antec earthwatts the sure it can run both... but my suggestion would be stick to the 9800GT...to be on the safer side... JDocs November 19, 2008 4:49:10 AM Acbel is one of the best brands from what I understand. Their PSUs are re branded by many top brands however despite their build quality I doubt a 300W(12v * 25A) is going to cut it. Related resources Would Like to Know if My PSU Will Support The Follow Video Cards - Forum Can my psu support 2 graphics cards? - Forum Does my psu support these cards? - Forum Will my motherboard and psu support my graphics card? - Forum Can my PSU Support Graphic Card? - Forum Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Get the answer chechnyan November 19, 2008 5:42:11 AM i have a machine with HD3870 OCed and 6000+ OCed and they are Powerd with Acbel 470w 28A combined so i think yours will be ok with 9800gt rebranded 8800gt but like gkay09 am not sure about the GTX Cheesevillage November 19, 2008 7:01:19 AM Is the 4850 not being taken into consideration? I'm running mine on a no-name 350 watt. 'course, I'm only running one hard drive but that hardly accounts for the fact. Hornet85 November 19, 2008 11:53:42 PM Thanks everyone for all the replies cheesevillage, well, I was told that ATi do have a card that has better performance but also cost more than the 9800GTX+. Though I'm not sure if he meant the HD3870, or the 3850. I'll take a look at them again later on from reviews. I'm not exactly up to date with these new hardware, lol Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedDoes my PSU & case support this card? Forum what graphics cards support a 240watt psu Forum Solvedwould this aerocool psu support a high end graphics card? Forum SolvedWill my PSU support the new graphics card? Forum Will my PSU support high end cards Forum SolvedHP 240w PSU Help.Best Graphic Card SUpport Forum Solvedcan psu of dell t7400 support a nvidia gtx 690 card ? Forum Solveddoes my psu support my graphics card? Forum Solvedcan a normal PSU support 9800 gtx graphic card Forum SolvedWill current PSU support 2nd video card? Forum SolvedWill my psu support this graphics card? Forum SolvedWill PSU Support new Graphics card? Forum SolvedWill my PSU support a second video card?? Forum SolvedWill my PSU support a second video card?? Forum SolvedWill my motherboard support my PSU and Graphics Card? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Graphics & Displays categories Ati GPUs Graphics Cards Gtx HD Monitors SLI Crossfire Tuner Cards Radeon Video Diamond Multimedia Matrox Nvidia Palit PowerColor Asus Games !