I recently bought this Power Supply because my other one blew out. I bought this one, here are the specs, nothing amazing:
This A-Power AK750 power supply delivers an impressive 750-watts of power to keep your computing running for years to come. This power supply features a 20+4-pin ATX power connector, four large Molex power connectors, one floppy connector, one 12V power connector and two Serial ATA (SATA) connectors. There is even a PCI Express connector to power your PCIe graphics card so that you can game to your heart's desire.
The AK750 keeps cool under pressure with safety features that include a 120 mm fan for cooler and quieter operation, full sleeved cables for better airflow and less cable clutter, and dual +12V rails to prevent overheating. Extend the longevity of your system, upgrade to this A-Power AK 750-watt power supply today!
* A-Power AK 750W 20+4-pin ATX Power Supply
* General Features:
* Black metallic finish
* 750-watts total power
* 110V, 220V switchable power supply
* 120 mm Fan
* Cooler and quieter operation
* Sleeved cables
* One (1) 16-inch 20+4-pin ATX power connector
* One (1) 16-inch 4-pin 12V power connector
* Four (4) large Molex 4-pin power connectors
* Two (2) SATA power connectors
* One (1) small floppy power connector
* One (1) 6/8-pin PCI Express power connector
By specifications, that is an excessively mediocre power supply. 44 amps is excessively weak for a 750 Watt PSU. A good 750 watt PSU will put out around 60 amps on the 12 volt output. And a 750 watt Corsair will have four 6/8 plugs.
Having said that, you can use a moles to PCI-e power adapter. The graphics card should have at least one packed with it.
I just want one graphics card, but usually most of the new cards require 2 6 pin PCI-E adapters, so why I was asking, so I can use the regular 6 pin pci-e that my PSU supplies and then a 6pin to molex adapter? For the newer cards? Such as the 4890 if I wanted it correct?
wups, sorry was on my other screename stryder092, will my PSU, listed above, be able to support my new Gigabyte Radeon HD 5870? I think it should be fine considering the 5870 is very power efficient and it needs a 500 watt psu minimum, mine is 750 watt but very mediocre that guy says. It should be fine though?