Solved Building up PC for my office use Tags: Power Supplies Components Last response: March 1, 2013 4:23 AM in Components Share chanwei21 February 26, 2013 12:05:55 AM CPU: intel i3-3220 LGA1155 MOB: MSI B75MA-P45 GPU: using the built-in of i3-322 RAM: Kingston DDR3-1600 HyperX blu 4GB*1 SSD: Plextor M5-PRO 128GB CAS: GIGABYTE GZ-F3 PSU: ? CAN THIS SPEC RUN ON A 300W 80+ PSU? More about : building office Best solution toyftw a c 139 ) Power supply February 26, 2013 12:34:02 AM chanwei21 said:CPU: intel i3-3220 LGA1155 MOB: MSI B75MA-P45 GPU: using the built-in of i3-322 RAM: Kingston DDR3-1600 HyperX blu 4GB*1 SSD: Plextor M5-PRO 128GB CAS: GIGABYTE GZ-F3 PSU: ? CAN THIS SPEC RUN ON A 300W 80+ PSU? Would be helpful to know brand & model of the 300w psu, to check the specs and whether the specs are 'real'. However, it is very likely this unit can power your system fine as you are running on board graphics and not using a discrete gpu. I'd say (still would like to see make/model), you are good to go. chanwei21 March 1, 2013 4:23:42 AM Best answer selected by chanwei21. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumBuilding small office computer, need help please ForumAdvice on cost efficient PC office build Forum1st build for office use ForumG530 or i3 for dental office use ForumNew Office PC ForumEntry level PC set up for office .... Forum~300 Home Office PC and for budget gaming ForumIntel office pc ForumHow does this setup look for gaming/ office use ? ForumGeneric Office PC Build ForumBuilding an Office PC ForumOffice PC $500-1,000 new build advice ForumBuilding new computers for an office ForumBudget Office PC ForumWhich set up quicket for light office use . ForumIntel Pentium E2180 help ForumSo.. I am building a new comp (low budget) ForumWhat screwdriver set do you recommend for building an ATX desktop? ForumBuilding a new computer Forum[Solved] Building a new rig More resources Read discussions in other Components categories Power supplies Sound cards NICs Akasa Antec Cooler Master Cougar DeepCool Enermax !