05-15-2013 12:00 PM
The h9-1440t comes with a stated 600W psu. Including everything else this psu might run at one time, is the 600W psu going to be sufficient??
Thanks for your help!
05-15-2013 05:12 PM
Reading the features on your Phoenix it states that the included 600watt ps will run a 250 watt video card. The GTX680 maximum card power is 195 watts.
The older GTX580 required even more power at 244 watts. It's amazing how the newer technology uses less power but has slightly better graphics.
Yeah, I think you'll be fine.
07-22-2013 05:59 PM - edited 07-22-2013 06:08 PM
Have an HP P6-2133W, and when i have the money gonna go ahead and upgrade the Power supply i think
Depends on budget and money in such if i ever will get a card to crossfire with Radeon 6530D or not
Optical drive may upgrade to blu-ray writer in the future
Just gonna research Power supply for now, and maybe at Chirstmas or birthday i can afford to upgrade that and possibly memory as well to faster DDR3 Ram, say 1600mhz speed, Cruical.com says this PC isn't compatible with 1866 speed, so 1600mhz is fine
09-05-2013 04:53 PM
The forum recommended I get a Corsair CX-500 or 600 CX-600 power supply for my P7-1137c PC (for upgrading video cards). I got a Corsair 600 CX-600, but I noticed it doesn't have a 4 pin power source for the 4 pin connector on the mother board (labeled ATX CPU. What do I do? Is there an adaptor that I supposed to get? Please help?
09-10-2013 02:01 PM
I've a Presario CQ3240AN Desktop. I want to upgrade the graphics card from the current ATI Radeon HD4350 (which doesn't have the HDMI output I need). The desktop has only a 250W PSU and I'd like to upgrade this to run a half-decent graphics card. Are there any particular specifications of PSU that would fit better in this model, or can I just go and buy any off-the-shelf unit and swap them over? Thanks to anyone who can offer advice.
09-11-2013 02:44 PM
Any power supply that follows the ATX 12Vspecification SHOULD fit in your case.
However I suggest purchasing from Amazon or the like as you can easily return a power supply if it doesn't fit in the case or is somehow faulty.
Hope this helps! May I ask what card you are looking at?