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I want to know if the power supply i have right now is 450watts can supply all the components below, or do i have to upgrade any? thanks My Specs: 4core dual-SATA2(motherboard) DVD-rom nvidia geforce 9500gt91g) 3g RAM (pc2-5300 ddr2) intel pentium e2160 1.8ghz 80g HDD -------------1 small fan inside the pc -------------modem(built in) -------------soundcard

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Unless you have problems, your power-supply is totally adequate.
Probably, even a 300W power-supply would be sufficient
(one DVD-ROM, one disk-drive, one video-card).

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