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Would a 350 Watt PSU support the Nvidia Geforce 560 gtx graphics card.

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    ogger15 said:
    Would a 350 Watt PSU support the Nvidia Geforce 560 gtx graphics card.

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    350 watts would not be enough to run that card and all other compenents in the PC. To be safe i would go for atleast 500W PSU.

    Also if your just buying, check out the GTX 560 TI, Cost a little bit more but increase in performance is well worth it.
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  3. kokokh said:
    350 watts would not be enough to run that card and all other compenents in the PC. To be safe i would go for atleast 500W PSU.

    Also if your just buying, check out the GTX 560 TI, Cost a little bit more but increase in performance is well worth it.



    Would this work then ?

    http://www.shopitonline.dk/Inter-Tech-700W-PSU-INTER-TECH/cat-p/c/p3539957.html
  4. ogger15 said:


    Not sure what currency that is, but comparing it to the same SeaSonic that I recommended earlier http://www.shopitonline.dk/POWER-SUPPLY-M12II520-SEASONIC/cat-p/c36217/p4603639.html , It's MUCH cheaper. That's not a good thing. 700W at that price CAN'T be good quality OR worth buying.

    Corsair, SeaSonic, Antec, PC Power & Cooling, XFX, OCZ, and Be-Quiet are the brands that I can recommend. I definitely WON'T recommend the one that you posted though.
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