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June 14, 2009 9:39:49 PM

HI :hello:  :hello:  i am going to buy this pc components:E7400 CORE 2 DUO,ATI 4850 AND 2 GB RAM.I HAVE A 420W PSU.IS THIS PSU ENOUGHT FOR THESE COMPONENTS???

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June 14, 2009 10:13:37 PM

What brand is your PSU?
June 14, 2009 10:17:42 PM

TRUST PW-5210 420W DUAL FAN PSU
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June 14, 2009 11:04:52 PM

For a few $$ more, why not at least 500 watt PSU, If you're a gamer, you'll be upgrading that videocard in months.
June 14, 2009 11:19:22 PM

yeh dude itll work, you might not even be crossing 300w, hope you have a six pin pcie connector or a conv.
a b ) Power supply
June 15, 2009 2:12:43 AM

GreekWarrior said:
TRUST PW-5210 420W DUAL FAN PSU


How many amps does it have on the 12V rail?
a c 143 ) Power supply
June 15, 2009 2:27:58 AM

A better question might be who made the caps inside of it. (Japanese, Korean, or "other"?) It would really suck to plug in that 4850 only to find you can't trust that PSU.
June 15, 2009 3:48:59 AM

I think TRUST is a generic brand for PSUs.
June 15, 2009 1:14:56 PM

trust is a brand here in europe that makes low budget mouses keyboards speakersets etc. So no im pretty sure that psu wont exceed 20 amps on its 12v rails
imo get a antec earthwatt 380 if ur on a budget. or if you have more get a 500ish psu from antec, corsair or imo even coolermaster ( yeh they have some nice psu's)
a b ) Power supply
June 15, 2009 4:53:12 PM

ill b ben said:
trust is a brand here in europe that makes low budget mouses keyboards speakersets etc. So no im pretty sure that psu wont exceed 20 amps on its 12v rails
imo get a antec earthwatt 380 if ur on a budget. or if you have more get a 500ish psu from antec, corsair or imo even coolermaster ( yeh they have some nice psu's)

That's a lot nicer than I would have been.
June 15, 2009 5:02:11 PM

Yeah It's not worth buying Trust electronics they're poor quality.
June 15, 2009 6:22:45 PM

24 pin (detachable to 20 pin), 4-pin 12V connector, 4x peripheral, 2x floppy drive, 2x S-ATA connectors

TELL ME IT WILL WORK???AND IF IT DOESNT,WILL IT DESTROY ME PC???
June 15, 2009 7:00:48 PM

ugh....

CAPS MODE ON:

YEAH IT WILL WORK!!!!! ITS A SUPER AWSOME PSU HECK!!! YOU COULD THROW IN A 295 WHILE YOUR AT IT... Since you lack the skill to read, and thus probably to notice sarcasm i will say it once more, but for YOU easy to understand.

THAT PSU WILL PROLLY BOOT THE SYSTEM HECK IT MIGHT EVEN RUN FOR A WEEK A MONTH A YEAR, BUT WHEN/IF YOU START DOING STUFF THAT ACTUALLY REQUIRES YOUR PC TO DO ''STUFF'' (NOTICE HOW I USED A NON PC TERM JUST FOR YOU) IT MIGHT GO BOOM! (AGAIN THE EPIC TERMS...)
June 15, 2009 7:02:11 PM

ps.

I'm actually typing this on a epic trust keyboard
a b ) Power supply
June 15, 2009 8:51:22 PM

GreekWarrior said:
24 pin (detachable to 20 pin), 4-pin 12V connector, 4x peripheral, 2x floppy drive, 2x S-ATA connectors

TELL ME IT WILL WORK???AND IF IT DOESNT,WILL IT DESTROY ME PC???


You should buy a good quality PSU that at least has a PCIe connector. Corsair CX400 is a good choice.
a c 143 ) Power supply
June 15, 2009 9:06:12 PM

Keyboards are one thing. They don't take out systems when they allow a power spike through. PSU are a bit different.
June 15, 2009 9:44:43 PM

well thank you for your sarcasm you stupid :pt1cable:  :pt1cable:  .Thanks for the tip anyway.