HD5670 help

Hey,
I am about to buy a HD5670 and according to eXtreme PS calculator, 250w PSU will be efficient to run it. I am asking this because i dont know what my PSU is and it is not written in it either.
Is it true?
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  1. it might help us to know what type of computer you have to give you the best answer possible
  2. e4500 dg33fb mobo 2gb(2x1gb)ram 250gb hdd
  3. Just to be on the safe side I would suggest you to open you PC case and see the Label on the power supply and tell us the Amperage on +12V Rail.
  4. shubham1401 said:
    Just to be on the safe side I would suggest you to open you PC case and see the Label on the power supply and tell us the Amperage on +12V Rail.

    17a
  5. here is a pic
  6. 17A should be enough to run your system. Though you might be pushing it a little bit but I think it should be fine.
    PSU calculator shows 220W at full load.
  7. shubham1401 said:
    17A should be enough to run your system. Though you might be pushing it a little bit but I think it should be fine.
    PSU calculator shows 220W at full load.

    so are u sure i can run it?
    and also tell me if this is a good deal? http://deltapage.com/store/products/XFX-Ati-Radeon-HD-5670%7B47%7D512-MB%7B47%7DDDR5.html
  8. Yes you should be able to run it :)

    And that XFX HD5670 for Rs5800 is a good deal :)
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