is 250w power supply enough? Tags: Power Supplies Components Last response: January 30, 2001 9:53 AM in Components Share Anonymous a b ) Power supply January 27, 2001 3:06:12 AM try to build my first pc: amd duron 750mhz abit kt7-r mobo 128mb sdram pc133 mem xpert 128 16mb agp video card sound blaster live sound card 30gb udma 100 hd 12x dvd rom cd-rw .. have a antec ks382 mini-tower case with 250w power supply, is it enough power for the system? anything else to consider? many thanks! More about : 250w power supply Anonymous a b ) Power supply January 27, 2001 3:21:09 AM Make certain that it is approved by AMD, if not you may experiance strange errors. pill128 Take your pill, and get some sleep. mpjesse January 28, 2001 12:08:07 AM Go with a 300W P/S. -MP Jesse Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Get the answer Anonymous a b ) Power supply January 30, 2001 9:53:19 AM Make shure: a) the +5vsb has at least 1.5A b) +5V and +12V combined power is at least 150W A safe power supply should be the [standard ATX 2.03] Ordinary ATX PSU have a +5vsb with only 1A. It's not enough! Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumCan you use a 250W power supply for a 400W card? ForumGraphics card that will work with 250w power supply ForumCan a 250w power supply run this card? Forum250W (max) power supply ForumGraphic card for 250W Power supplied ? Forum250w psu enough ? ForumWill 250W be enough ? Forumis 250W enough ? Forumis 250W enough ? Forumis 250w enough ForumIs 250W PS enough for A7M266 etc... ForumShuttle Barebone with 250W PSU - is it really enough ? ForumNew to upgrading, Need card for my 250W supply .... ForumWill 250w PSU power my computer? ForumDuron with 250W supply . How bad? ForumWill my power supply be enough for a 7970 GHZ? ForumPlease help a newbie understand why Seasonic PSU wont turn on :( Forum300w power supply ForumUsing a Second Power Supply ForumUSB Hubs not enough bandwidth for USB products ? More resources Read discussions in other Components categories Power supplies Sound cards NICs Akasa Antec Cooler Master Cougar DeepCool Enermax !