Hd 4650 + my psu = boom?

http://www.ctsestore.com/sites/default/files/styles/pic_wm/public/HP_DC7900_TOWER_PowerSupply_02.jpg

this psu is of hp dc 7900 but i have dc 7800 but it and i psu have similar ratings

i want to run hd 4650 which i am gettting for free and save money for hd 7750 ( buying again )

hd 4650 compatible?

psu model : pc6015 id : 020G
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  1. usmansajid said:
    http://www.ctsestore.com/sites/default/files/styles/pic_wm/public/HP_DC7900_TOWER_PowerSupply_02.jpg

    this psu is of hp dc 7900 but i have dc 7800 but it and i psu have similar ratings

    i want to run hd 4650 which i am gettting for free and save money for hd 7750 ( buying again )

    hd 4650 compatible?

    psu model : pc6015 id : 020G



    How old is this 365W power supply?
  2. 2-3 years
  3. usmansajid said:
    2-3 years


    It is right on the margin. The card alone can use up to 150W based on reviews I've seen. Assuming that supply actually outputs the wattage they claim and you lost about 20% due to aging you are right on the edge. If you have the money I would get an inexpensive but reliable 500W and be done with it. This one is $40 after $20 MIR http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817139027
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