350 watt with 24 ampere in te +12 volt, is enough for de gtx 460 video card

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  1. No, it's not. The processor will consume about 100, the card itself consuming around 150-270watts. If your total +12v wattage isn't above 265, I wouldn't do it.
  2. can I conet a emporaly power supplya only for de vieo card, like an adicional 300 watt power suply, i have it.
  3. No. Just buy a decent unit like a 550w Antec and then you can go on with out any issues.
  4. thanks, and sorry for my english.
  5. glennis said:
    thanks, and sorry for my english.



    No problem :wahoo:
  6. Nope. The GTX 460 consumes roughly 141w of power from the 12v rail. That's nearly half the maximum power your PSU is capable of delivering on the 12v rail. There are other things that draws power from the 12v rail like the CPU, various drives and fans.

    Without knowing the rest of your system, the best performing video card I would recommend is the HD 5750 which consumes about 51w of power. If it was at least a good quality PSU, then maybe the HD 5770 which consumes roughly 79w of power.
  7. i am and industrial desingner,,,, which video card is better for de 3d max rendering,,, a 460 gtx or a cuadro card. Or de render process is not about grafic card but the processor
  8. nforce4max said:
    No problem :wahoo:


    Anonymous said:
    Nope. The GTX 460 consumes roughly 141w of power from the 12v rail. That's nearly half the maximum power your PSU is capable of delivering on the 12v rail. There are other things that draws power from the 12v rail like the CPU, various drives and fans.

    Without knowing the rest of your system, the best performing video card I would recommend is the HD 5750 which consumes about 51w of power. If it was at least a good quality PSU, then maybe the HD 5770 which consumes roughly 79w of power.



    thanks, bat i goin to change the power supply
  9. The new Dell XPX 8100, 17 860, has a GTX460 card with a 350watt psu ,so maybe it would work...
  10. If an OEM computer comes with a OEM graphics card that graphics card is usually tweaked to work on a lower end PSU.

    Regardless, the OP should just upgrade to a decent brand 450watt PSU. Corsair, Seasonic, newer Antec/newer OCZ, PC Power and Cooling, Tangen, XFX.
  11. darrk said:
    The new Dell XPX 8100, 17 860, has a GTX460 card with a 350watt psu ,so maybe it would work...


    Dell PSU's normally output more power then regular generic units.
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