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I need the part number PWTV1762CP1 it's a power supply card.

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Need to know;

A) What is the computer manufacturer name, and model number,
OR;
what is the motherboard manufacturer name, and model number?

B) What is the manufacturer and model number of the graphics card?

C) Am I to understand you replaced the Power Supply?
1) Manufacturer name and model number of it also.
2) Is it new, or pulled from another KNOWN to be working computer?


D) What was the original problem?

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2) Want to make sure you have enough power out of that Power Supply, to not only support the graphics card, but the rest of the computer system also.

Motherboard, Ram Memory, Harddrive, Optical Drive/s, Fans, etc.

3) Need to know about the original problem, to help determine the solution.

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If your graphics card is overheating, it isn't because you have a weak power supply. It is because it is working too hard. Clean the Fan/s and make sure there is a good supply of air circulating inside your case. The wattage you need from your power supply will depend on a lot of things, not just the graphics card. Processor, number of hard drives and no. of optical drives as well as any case lighting and extra fans you have fitted. But I would suggest at least a 600watt psu for a low end machine to 1000 watts or more for a cutting edge machine. Always buy a named brand of PSU such as Coolermaster, Akasa, OCZ or CIT these all have good reputations and are readily available. Buy the best you can afford- your supply will only provide as much power as you system needs, not all of it at once.

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Physically open your case and examine the number and types of slots on your motherboard. Unplug any cables connected to your computer prior to removing the side panel, but make a note of where your monitor connects. Remove your case's left side panel (when facing the front of the case). You may need to remove screws or to adjust latches. Please see your case or computer manual if you are unsure how to remove the side panel. Locate the current graphics card. By matching the port your monitor plugs into with the graphics card, you should be able to easily locate your video card. If you have an on-board graphics chip, the monitor will not connect with a card but with ports directly on the motherboard. Measure your case interior and the card slot. Make a note of how long the current card is. You must also measure for prospective maximum expansion card length. For example, if you measure 7.5 inches from the slot cover to the nearest obstruction (obstructions may include other slots, chips, or the processor), you will not be able to buy a card that measures 8.5 inches in length. The card you install must not affect any other components on the motherboard. Write down any brand name or model number so that you can verify the measurements by researching the card's specifications. Locate a serial number, brand name or product number for your motherboard and write it down so that you can research the motherboard and its specifications. Locate your power supply. Generally, the power supply will be in the upper-left corner of the case. Power cables connected to your drives, your motherboard and possibly your video card will run to the power cable. Make a note of the wattage, the brand name, and any model number. Perform research to verify the power supply's specs. Replace the side panel, and plug in all cables. Find a graphics card that will work with your motherboard and power supply and fit the motherboard's measurements. The card should both fit into the slot physically and be designed for the type of slot on your computer. Ensure that the card has drivers for your operating system. Hope this helps.
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