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I will buy new graphics card ati radeon 5670 that need 400 w.. on my power supply says max 305 w and peak 400w... i dont know whats right.. does it have 305 w or 400w?

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Hi karban0
It means your power unit could deliver max 400W in extreme conditions but only for a very short while ( one or two seconds or even less ) .
So , you could encounter great difficulties to get your pc running smoothly under heavy conditions , especially if you are a fervent game fan .
It would be wise to replace your power unit by one of a larger wattage . This is very easy and relatively cheep operation .
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    You're welcome my friend . Fanaudi .

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It means your power supply generally produce 305w power but if the load increases then it will produce 400w power. But since the minimum requirement of your card is 500 watt then you'll need a power supply produce 400w power at any given time. If you use two graphics card using crossfire technology then you'll need increase your power supply according to the requirement.

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  • Kristijan Mar 13, 2011

    so i cant run this card on my psu?

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    Tanvir M Mar 13, 2011

    You can steel run it but you'll not get the best performance and there always a risk of get the power supply unit burnt.

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Best to buy a 500w power supply because it can do some damage to your motherboard

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I would upgrade. Even if it did peak at 400w, your graphics card alone would take all of it. PSU's are pretty cheap now-adays.

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Hi,

Welcome to Fixya. Is it possible to provide the Make and Model of your PSU or Power Supply so that we can verify if i can only generates 305W of power.

Thanks for using Fixya.

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    Rofel Lantican Mar 13, 2011

    You need to use a 500W True Power power supply that will supply enough power to the motherboard, Processor an Video card but it is better to provide the make and model of the PSU that you are using so that we can check the power and wont waste money on buying new PSU

  • Kristijan Mar 13, 2011

    i was looking inside and i cant find anything..no model no nothing..i found only one think on PSU but there is nothing about it on internet

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    Rofel Lantican Mar 13, 2011

    If there's no Make and Model indicated on the PSU we can say that you are using a Generic Type of PSU better to Upgrade with a Branded or True Rate PSU. Generic 500w PSU usually generate 250-300W unlike true power 500W it Generates 500W true power.

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    Rofel Lantican Mar 13, 2011

    If you want to calculate the power usage of the whole sytem you can use the PSU calculator.
    http://extreme.outervision.com/psucalcul...

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