PC Configuration Tags: Homebuilt DVD Configuration Hard Drives Systems Last response: February 17, 2011 4:28 PM in Systems Share Quantum12 February 17, 2011 2:40:31 PM Alright, I have two questions: I have two WD SATA Hard Drives (500 GB & 640 GB each) Plus an 80 GB IDE HDD which i use for booting. My DVD RAM drive is IDE as well. GPU is MSI 9500GT 1 - What rating of power supply should i get to safely handle this load? (Mainly the HDD's & the DVD RAM) 2 - What should be the Jumper settings here? Somehow, if I set the IDE HDD as master, the system does not like it.. and varies from not booting to not showing the SATA HDD's & the IDE DVD. The motherboard in question is the old MSI k96gm Thanks a lot. More about : configuration Ubrales a b B Homebuilt system February 17, 2011 4:13:48 PM If this is all you want to do, a 300 watts PSU will serve you well. Regarding the jumper settings, try Cable Select (CS). ScrewySqrl a b B Homebuilt system February 17, 2011 4:28:36 PM make sure the CD/DVD and HDD aren't both set Master! Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumGaming PC Configuration ForumPC Build Configuration Help ForumWebsite with PC Configuration ForumLatest desktop pc configuration 2012 ForumFirst time building a PC - please advise on configuration ForumAMD Gaming PC Configuration ForumNew PC configuration assistance ForumIs this a good configuration for a new pc ? ForumPerfect gaming configuration for pc ForumNew Gaming PC Configuration HELP! ForumIs this a good gaming PC configuration ? ForumPc configuration help ForumNew PC configuration ForumConfiguration wrong? second PC for Streaming? ForumBest possible PC configuration ForumPc configuration to play brain lara cricket 2005 ForumConfiguration of mac os x installation on intel pc ForumTell me the MEMORY CONFIGURATION for this PC ...! ForumUpgrade to Budget Intel-Based Gaming PC Configuration ForumFirst Gaming PC- Help Wanted :) More resources Read discussions in other Systems categories Homebuilt New Build Prebuilt Cases Power Supplies RAM CyberPower !