Quick PSU Video Card Question

Hi, I'm interested in buying a new graphics card for my pc. The the PSU requirement for it is 400w while I have a 380w PSU. Just wondering if my PSU for that video card would be sufficient. Thanks.

Video Card: XFX Radeon HD 4650 1GB AGP http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=4914257&CatId=2234
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  1. yes, your PSU can handle that card. But wait, don't get 4650, it's weak, get yourself a 4670 AGP card, it much better than 4650... :)
    your 380W PSu will be enough to run 4670 AGP version... :)
  2. Your PSU is more than fine for both 4650 and 4670
    However,
    I suggest you to go for 4670, since it is only $65USD and will give you great performance
  3. ^
    The OP want an AGP card, and i'm sure the cheapest 4670 AGP version is about $110:
    http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/category/category_slc.asp?Recs=10&Nav=|c:318|&Sort=1
  4. yeah, they are on the same performance, 9400 win but not significant... :)
    http://www.ultimatehardware.net/nvidia/asus_geforce_9600_gt_page3.htm
  5. 380W what? Without the details I'm not convinced.
  6. AGP whats the point? its old crap - more then likely P4 blaarrgg
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