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Help me calculate my power supply

OK guys can someone help me calculate my how big my power supply is going to be.

Ill be using a asus m5a97 motherboard with amd phenomII x4 965 3.4 ghz, with one ati redeon hd 5770
one hard drive and on cd dvd rom.

Pleaz help me i dont know computers that well if you need more information to calculate my ps just ask

Thanks your awesome
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  1. I calculated about 600W but have no idea if its right
  2. Here you can calculate your PC power consumtion. http://www.thermaltake.outervision.com/
  3. This is your result : Recommended PSU Wattage: 371. From this result an 450W psu its enough.
  4. I dont understand Half of the things on the list like Physics Processing Unit and the differint types of drive. can some one please do it for me since i come from south africa and dont under stand some of the pc stuff
  5. ok thanks are you sure asus told me 550W
  6. ok but i just read that my graphics card recommended W are 600
  7. Where did you read that?
  8. Idk man, that website said I only need 413 watts to run my i5/6870 that seems a low imo
  9. That is an aproximate power what your PC can use . For my PC is calculated 405W. If is calculated 413 W then an 500-550W psu is enough for your pc.
  10. asus also has a psu calculater but im going with 600 because my graphics cards recommended w is 600
  11. For a system using a single Radeon HD 5770 graphics card AMD specifies a minimum of a 450 Watt or greater power supply. The power supply should also have a combined +12 Volt continuous current rating of 22 Amps or greater and have at least one 6-pin PCI Express supplementary power connector.

    The most critical power supply specification is its combined +12 Volt continuous current rating not its total wattage.

    Even the new Antec EarthWatts EA-350 Green, with its combined +12 Volt continuous current rating of 27.5 Amps and one 6-pin PCI Express supplementary power connector, is capable of properly powering a system with a single Radeon HD 5770.
  12. Nowadays a 6-700watt will do the trick for any singular video card setup and basic computer layout. I usually go overkill to make sure I am ready for any future upgrades. Myself, I would shop for an 800 Watt just in case I need it later. But 600 Watt or more should be safe and cheap.
  13. My system with a PII 955 and a 4850, which uses more power than a 5770, draws less than 350 W from the wall under load, a 450-550W unit will be fine, if you want to do crossfire down the line pick up a good 650 W unit now.
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