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Power supply Good day i have a viper atx case,I am running windows xp pro, have 3 hard drives,2 80 g,and 1 300g,1 video card 8600gt nvidia ,2 sticks of 512 mb,cpu is a 3500 amd ,motherboard is k8N Neo4,now programs are incrediamail,google is my browser ,i have alist of programs that are too few to mention , i play time shift and fear,and bejewled 2.I was told that my power supply was too small which was a 5oo watt ,replce it with a anctec 850 true power quattro last feb of 08 ity fried last night as i was playing bejewled and listing to some tunes,i was told this morning that the power supply was over tax,are they right

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Ok you will need a gaming computer power supply to run this or it will over power and blow up not literally but it wont work

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@Duarte,
Don't see what you are stating. Linda's statement was 220 WATTS or 320 WATTS, not Voltage.

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A) Minimum power requirement is 300 Watts, for an Nvidia GeForce 8600GT.

This is of course, based on a full computer system, AND the graphics card, by the graphics card manufacturer.
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http://extreme.outervision.com/PSUEngine

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F) Installation disk of graphics card is installed -> F-I-R-S-T.
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(Or downloaded, and installed from Nvidia Support website, or graphics card manufacturer website)

If not there is a driver conflict.

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Windows XP and Windows 7 are two examples of an O/S.
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When a device is installed, Windows 'breaks it's neck' to find suitable matching drivers.

If THE drivers are not there Windows will match up one of it's THOUSANDS of generic one-size-fits-all drivers.

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Installing the drivers, will do nothing to the present drivers already being used, nor graphics.
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