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How much watts of power do i have?

I want to buy a 9600 gso graphics card but i need to know if the computer has enough power.

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Your power supply puts out 300 watts with low amperage. A new power supply is a MUST.

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The 9600GSO uses arounf 250 watts under load. While I cannot fing exact spec for the HP PSU I would be surprised if it were more that 350W. Is there any indication on the case or can you open the case up and look at the PSU?

9600 GSO Power

You need somthing in the order of 450W or greater. Get an Enermax, Corsair or other good quality PSU.

Posted on Jul 25, 2008

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