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if you are gonna go for a 200 series vid card.. make sure u atleast have 40 amps on the 12V rail of ur PSU.. secondly.. the cards run hot.. not the 260's as much so make sure u have ennough room.. i have a thermaltake soprano and the 200 series barely fits in.. i mean i have to literally jam it in...
Wich temperatue have your CPU and GPU ?I think you have the best made it for the money you give.And a little wait has give you a better price for the fine Graphics Card.Test your graphic Card with some 3D-Mark tests continious, check your temps with Speed fan ( its freeware ) when you have no Problems then its all Ok ( means your PSU too ).Greets
the 250 gts oc will def work. but i would still recommend a 260, better bang for the buck.
pixie.. if you go for a 200 series card.. 100% CHANCES THAT THE PSU IS GONNA CRAP OUT.. IT ONLY HAS 32AMPS ON THE 12V RAIL.. for a gtx 260.. u need a minimum of 36amps.. for gtx280 or more.. u are gonna need close to 40 amps..
god i love it when u talk dirty.....u have no idea how much i want u in my bed right now....
I have a modular PSU, I dont think they are as great as everyone says they are for cable managemant.If I had a choice between the PSUs that ding listed, I would most likely go with OCZ. But otherwise it would definantly be PC power and cooling. When it comes to PSU it is important to spend more on better quality components that wont take a shit, then it is to just go out and get the cheapest thing you find that is made in some asian plant. (japs aint included in the asian factory comment.) It simply wont last as long.