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Supply voltage issue...

Iv read on other sites that the x1650 pro requires a certain voltage level for the power supply. The load on my power supply is not to exceed 250 v. I know this is much above what the video card even asked for as a required. Is this an issue is it gonna come back to haunt me?

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The x1650 card requires extra amperage, not extra voltage. It runs on the same 12 volts as the rest of the computer. The issue is that if you have an underpowered power supply, of if you have a lot of other devices hooked up, you may need a better power supply to provide enough wattage to the card. As long as you have at least a 400w power supply, I would expect you to be alright.

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