Power supply problem

Hello, I have a 250 V power supply. Can I have 9600 gt graphic card.
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  1. What is the make/model//wattage/+12V Rail of the PSU.
  2. Hi BalajiKoneti,

    Your PSU will most likely not be able to run the 9600GT because it is recommended to have at least a 350w PSU by some manufacture, but it still might be able to but it will be a close call. Take a look at the power consumption Tom's HW got in their testing: http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/nvidia-geforce-9600-gt,1780-18.html. To make this simple and short, check and see if your PSU has a connector shaped like this:



    And still post your system specifications as well as the brand/model/wattage/+12v rail amps, and we can give you a definitive answer. :)
  3. I have a 120 V power supply and a GTX460, of course the input voltage really isn't important, answer etk's question.
  4. I was assuming(I know not good :( ) that BalajiKoneti meant 250w, as aren't PSU's rate for 115v or 230v? I have never heard of 250v.
  5. etk said:
    What is the make/model//wattage/+12V Rail of the PSU.

    It is really 230V-400w 15A. My motherboard is intel 945g express chipset. My budget is $80.What graphic cards suits for me?
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