Mobo ASRock G41m-S Socket LGA775
CPU Intel Core 2 Duo E7500 @ 2.93 GHz 3MB L2 Cache
VC 8800GTS 640mb (dead) waiting for a 5750 1gb
RAM Corsair XMS2 4GB 800Mhz
HDD Western Digital Caviar Blue 500GB SATAII
PSU Antec TruePower Trio 550w SLI Ready
Here are the detailed PSU specs:
I got this for $60 here in Costa Rica (really really cheap, Corsair VX550 is $140 here)
The biggest card this PSU has taken is my dead 8800GTS. worked nice as hell.
Here are the list of the cables:
* 20" cable for main 20+4-pin ATX connector
* 17" cable for 4x12V EPS12V
* 20" cable for 2x12V AUX12V
* 2 x 19" cable for 6-pin PCIe connector
* 1 x 35" cable with three 4-pin IDE drive connectors and one floppy connector
* 1 x 30" cable with three 4-pin IDE drive connectors
* 1 x 17" 4-pin IDE to two 12V only 4-pin IDE connectors (meant for fans)
* 1 x 25" cable for internal fan RPM sensing
* 2 x 24" cables with two SATA drive connectors
I'm gonna buy a 5750. I think this card consumes = or less than my 88GTS. My question is: What's the biggest card this PSU can take? it has to 6-pin connectors. A friend of mine said I should be able to use a 465...
Dude, I know power requeriments for the card but i'm a noob in electricity... Electricity is just no that simple, sometimes you can run a VC with a psu below the systems requeriments and it works fine and stable, sometimes they require more... I wouldn't dare to run a 470 in a generic 550w psu. That's what I meant by asking that... Sometimes you can't trust the minimum requeriments or the PSUs... Some VCs say like 36 amps in X rail. etc...
You're not running some generic low cost PSU. While it's not a top tier PSU it's perfectly adequate for most PCs.
It has a combined 42amps of +12V power (504watts divided by 12volts = 42amps). And it meets the requirments for a GTX 470. EVGA website requirements for a GTX 470 video card: Minimum of a 550 Watt power supply.
(Minimum recommended power supply with +12 Volt current rating of 38 Amps.)
Two available 6-pin PCI-E power dongles