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I just wanna know the power supply requirements. WATTAGE?

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The bigger the hard drive the more you add to a computer eg:slave disk more ram external hard drive the bigger the wattage required to make a computer boot up quicker you might get a heavy duty PSU with 600+wattage
hope this helps

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Hello, i have lenovo h410 e6700 i wanna know the wattage of power supply and the pci-e version


The wattage should be listed on the power supply. To find your pci-e version try going to the manufacturer's website and download look at the manuals and look for Specifications which will give your configurations.

Get online and got to www.google.com In the google search box type: "Lenovo Support" or "IBM" (without the quotes and put your manufacturer name before Support). Look for downloads and drivers. Enter your model number and operating system when requested. Look for Manuals and Look for Specifications. You might have to give your computer's serial number, etc. to see how yours is configured. It should be on a sticker somewhere on your computer's case.

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Is a 500w power supply to much for my pc?


wattage is a measurement of power output. however wattage is not nececassrily a measure of continuous power output. wattage is a measurement of potential power output. this means on one hand if a pc is only idling the wattage of the power supply unit (psu) required to run the components might be very low. on the other hand if you have several power intensive applications running simultaneously with several different web browsers open featuring several active tabs open in each browser and you are also streaming video on the internet on one browser and downloading files while watching a movie all at the same time then the pc would probably be working near its maximum and would require near the maximum amount of available wattage from the psu. a certain amount of the psu's wattage is needed to power each of the key power consuming internal components - the cpu, the memory, the motherboard chipset and other motherboard devices, any expansion cards installed on the motherboard as well as the spinning of the hard drive, optical drive and cooling fans. the total wattage required to power all these and other internal components is an indications of the very bare total minimum power capacity that a pc will require. this means that generally the higher the wattage of the psu the more stable the overall performance of the computer islikely to be. the psu also consumes as well as delivers power due to the in-built cooling fans required to cool it by venting hot air from the back of the pc during operation. therefore as a general rule the higher the wattage of the psu, the greater the capacity of the psu to take the powering of all the internal components of the pc that require power (including the psu's own cooling fans) well within its stride.

so your friend was correct to draw your attention to the important issue of the optimisation of power consumption in a pc and ensuring that you have the correct wattage of psu to adequately and safely power the internal components of the pc. however your friend has slightly misunderstood how the psu works.

perhaps you could explain to this friend that a pc with an underpowered psu is far more likely to damage a pc's internal components than a pc with a psu of excessive wattage. In this way, both of you will have helped to enhance each other's knowledge and awareness of an important issue in the maintenance of a pc.

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Power supply compatible for cooler master cac-t05-uw


Most brands like HEC, Gigabyte, FPS, Cooler Master, Enermax, Silver stone, Corsair, etc. Will fit in your casing but you must consider your hardware before buying a power supply.

Most power supplies that are priced below $30 generally do not meet the power requirements of the latest processors. To make matters worse, the components used in them are of inferior quality and more likely to fail over time. While they may power the computer system, inconsistencies in the power to the components will tend to cause instability and damage to the computer.

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Hopefully this helps..
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What is the suitable power supply for cooler master CAC-TO5-UW


Switch mode power supplies have standard mountings. You select your power supply by the wattage you require. If you are not installing any other devices in your desktop then select a power supply with same total wattage or more than the originsl power supply.
I suggest you take the original power supply with you when you go and purchase a new power supply so the power connectors are the same as the ones in the original power supply.

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I want to upgrade the power supply on a gateway lx 6200 but i don't know what i can replace it with model no is fsp 400-60thn 400 watt and i would like at lease a 500 watt


unlike dell other desktop computers take a standard power supply as long as its not a mini sized one.
if you power supply is this size
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then you just wanna buy one that has all the connectors you need for all of you internal devices
then find one that has the wattage you want

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Ptowreplaced power supply worked 2 days now well not power up aagain


It is possible that you might be overloading your power supply unit. Go to this website and calculate how many watts you need for your system. You just have to select the components in your system from the drop down menus and it will calculate your power requirement.
http://extreme.outervision.com/psucalculatorlite.jsp
After getting your power requirement (in Watts), replace your power supply with a unit rated at least the recommended PSU wattage. Also note that cheap power supplies usually do not reflect the true wattage output on their labels. Try to get a power supply unit from reputable PSU manufacturers like Antec, Coolermaster, Thermaltake or Corsair.

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I want to upgrade my video card. i see some take 500 watts and others take much. so. it seems i need to know the wattage of the power supply.


your power supply rating is either on the back of the supply, or in the paper work that came with you computer. You should not need more than a 500 watt supply to run everything on your comp

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What is the total wattage of the power supply


This information is usually printed on the label of the power supply.

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How to check if my power supply is already not ''at the limit''?


1 or 2 extra hdds and ram does not require much extra power and your coolmaster should do the job. But if you intend to use a newer graphic card you should check the requirenments for wattage at your new card manufacturer product specification webpage. I am pretty sure that almost all newer graphic cards require at least 500 watt to run without problem. My advise is to buy at least a 550 watt psu although i don't know what is your hardware. Try to post your hardware specs and calculate for each component (cpu wattage+graphics wattage +etc) your power supply need to be over 50 wattage. Hope that helped!

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