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Anonymous asked in Computers & InternetHardwareOther - Hardware · 1 decade ago

power supply requirement?

Computer Specs

Raidmax Sagitta Case

Motherboard: MSI P6NGM-FIH (check it out at http://www.msicomputer.com/product/p_spe...

Intel Quad core Q6600 and its Intel heatsink

One CD/DVD drive by LG

500 GB Seagate Cavialar (or something like that)

RAM Kingston DDR2 800mhz 2 GB

Please go to this website

http://shop2.frys.com/category/Outpost/E...

and choose one preferable below 90 dollars

i really am asking too much help, so i really do appreciate all the help. thank you

do power supply units come with cables?

if not how much would it cost?

thanks again

i will soon get a nvidia 8800 gts or ati something dunno yet

how will it affect the power supply

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  • Daz
    Lv 5
    1 decade ago
    Best Answer

    a 500watt PSU would not really do it for you. As allangallop already suggested, the more wattage the better. Don't be afraid of a big wattage like a 720watt PSU. It won't burn out everything, the computer will draw only what it needs of that. Shaw is a very good brand to use. I have a Shaw 720w PSU and it powers all my components very well.

  • 1 decade ago

    on all those products, especially if you have the box, it should say how much is requireed to run them, if you dont know the wattage look up the product wattage on the google.

    and always get a higher wattage then you need just in case, and also its good if you might add something else to computer later that is higher.

    usually nowadays, a good 500 watt will do for most computers.

  • 1 decade ago

    Ideally the more Watts the better as you never know what you might add later. They will include power cables. OEM & Whitebox range power supplies are usually very cheap, however proffesional branded power supplies can get expensive.

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