PSU Question Tags: Power Supplies Components Last response: July 5, 2010 12:53 AM in Components Share needsumhelplol July 4, 2010 10:02:52 PM Hello power supply gurus i need to put a L375P00 (375w Dell PSU) into a system for diagnosis purposes the system is; m4a79xtd evo (790x) ddr3 ram 1333 2gb (2x1dimm) HIS 5770 1gb Phenom II x4 955 stock cooler stock clocks 1 250GB HDD windows vista 32 no CD/DVD drive some fans.. specs for PSU are - from the label on side of PSU since i couldn't find them on dells site or anywhere else online -; 375 watts.. +12VA = 18a MAX +12VB = 18a MAX -12 = 1a MAX +5(FP) = 2a MAX +5 = 22a MAX +3.3 = 17a MAX ''3.3v & 5v must be < 150w'' ''+12va & +12vb must be <360w'' ''Max continuous DC output.. 375w'' ...I know the dell is kinda crappy but will it have any chance of powering this system? Thanks More about : psu question | E-mail me updates | Report abuse Register or log in to remove ct1615 Power supply Master July 4, 2010 10:22:21 PM easily, the dell PSU is solid and that 375w unit has been used to power GTS250 and ATI 4850, both draw more power then the 5770. | Report abuse needsumhelplol July 5, 2010 12:53:57 AM Good news... thanks man. | Report abuse Ask the community Publish Tom's Hardware>Forum>Components>PSU Question> Related ressources: ForumPSU Amperage Question ForumPSU Multi-rail question . ForumPSU to Video Card Question ForumPSU question for new VGA ForumPSU Extension cable question ForumGTX 670 PSU Question ForumPSU troubleshoot and one other question ForumThermaltake PSU warranty question . ForumQuestion About My PSU ForumPSU question ForumPSU Question before ordering new PC ForumQuestion on upgrading GPU/ PSU ForumPSU Wattage Question ! ForumMSI GTX 660ti SLI PSU question Forum[New Build] Compatibility/ PSU wattage/Case size question /Heatsink ForumQuestion about psu ForumPSU question help!? ForumPSU to Graphics Card Question ForumNZXT PSU Question ForumMobo psu question More resources Read discussions in other Components categories Power supplies Sound cards NICs Akasa Antec Cooler Master Cougar DeepCool Enermax !