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Graphics cards Is my conputer power supply 300watts sufficient to drive an Asus EAH2400PRO/HTP graphicsd card.

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Should be. make sure that the power supply has power connectors for the graphics card if it needs one.

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Toi bi mat driver card ASUS EAH3450/htp/512M toi can ho tro de cai lai driver card


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Recommended psu wattage inreplacement to 300watts psu for asusp4p800s-x


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The 2400Pro graphic card uses very light power, so if your powersupply gives a true 250W or more you should be fine. However it also depends on what is your total configuration, as in whats your CPU, how many hard disks, etc as these all consume power.

A good way to check how much your machine actually needs is to use the PSU (Power supply unit) calculator. A good one i came across is http://www.extreme.outervision.com/psucalculatorlite.jsp.

You can find your how to calculate your current PSU wattage from this interesting discussion http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/207120-28-calculating-amps-dual-rails.

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