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Colors-it 550U Black Titan 550W

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  • Quad Core
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December 25, 2009 11:19:20 PM

+3.3V | 28A
+5V | 35A
+12V | 30A
-5V | 0.5A
-12V | 0.8A
+5VSB | 2.5A

Hi, I have this PSU that came with a Quad Core PC. I wanted to fit in a 9800GT, but not sure if the PSU can handle it. The specs on the side of the PSU are above.

What do you guys think? Good enough to juice the whole PC?

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December 26, 2009 12:36:17 AM

Anyone? I really need to know before I put it in, I really don't want to damage anything if the amps are not enough.
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December 26, 2009 5:47:43 AM

The brand does not appear to be available in the USA. That happens from time to time.

It is not a brand name that I am familiar with; however, based on the technical specifications you should be okay.
December 26, 2009 6:54:59 AM

Should be OK. Not the best brand of PSU but should handle it. My buddy had 500W model from the same brand with Q6600 and GTS 8800 and ran fine for over the year. I do not know what kind of protections it has and how safe it is for the rest of components if it fails but it will provide enough power while it works.
December 27, 2009 11:57:18 AM

ainarssems said:
Should be OK. Not the best brand of PSU but should handle it. My buddy had 500W model from the same brand with Q6600 and GTS 8800 and ran fine for over the year. I do not know what kind of protections it has and how safe it is for the rest of components if it fails but it will provide enough power while it works.


Hmm... Thanks for the heads up. I just really don't want to fry out the system :)  I'm not sure if I should... Or if I shouldn't.
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