is 450 watt psu good for that rig

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intel dg41wv mobo>1hdd>1 gt 430 1gb gpu>4gb ram>cpu e7400 intel>1 laptop hdd that i am using on usb port like portable> and everythng work 1000% fine as i take care of them soooo mch please m killer gmr guys and in future goin 2 upgrade my some component but for now please answer me i think tatz correct with that hardware as it works fine but wana know your opinion thnx for that guys
 

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heyy there homie outervision says [ Load Wattage: 172 W ] and [ Recommended PSU Wattage: 222 W ] what is this man tell me clearly in explain

 

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sorry but i did'nt ask for best psu i asked is that psu with 450 watt good i mean is it plenty or low but thxn for that tier list also good man now tell me plenty or low

 

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as i can see outervision says i can run that component with that psu is it ok please anwer me hurry i am waiting for hit an upgrade

 

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ok homie its intex 450 watt psu but please don't tell me to change psu n all ok i am just asking please try to understand ok its just a ask so here we go again its intex 450 watt psu is it ok to that rig i think it is because outervision shows it is

 

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ok looks this company do not have even a website very suspicious ;)
I find in different thread:
http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/forum/273612-28-intex-watt-capable-running-hd4670
450W Unit have on label have only 12V x 20A = 280W.* from my experience in junk quality PSU he not give that much for sure :)
Your PC + GT 430 will drain max 200W simply before starting playing in games pray maybe PSU will not catch fire ;)
But if this PSU is only on your local Country market try find some reviews from users maybe is not that bad ;)

Question is one how much in real use this PSU can provide on 12V line if 210W or more you will be fine if less you can be in trouble ;)
 

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friend i think it is the great brand in other things like mobile,television,ear phone,mouse,ups, and etc... or psu is also good but risky as well that is why i am here or thanks for understanding me realy i want answer like yours

 

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or hey there homie it has website also here it is http://www.intex.in/ and very good brand you can see that but as i said before psu is also realy good but risky as well due to less protection

 

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The answer to the question is 2 fold... do you have enough watts? YES.

Do you have enough quailty power and protection? NO.

We try here at tomshardware to help you but we must tell you you your psu is low quality. . Will it work? Probably. But we are enthusiasts and you trust us to give you accurate and good info. A non quality psu can blow and take your system with it
. Juat tryin to help ... thats all
 

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so mean that this psu good with that build right na

 

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ohk corndog1836 but can i play games like far cry 3 gta 4 la noire etc... its just a example or similer games on it hmmm

 

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http://www.systemrequirementslab.com/cyri?itemId=11465
here are the pc requirements for far cry 3 .. according to this NO...your graphics card will not meet minimum.

http://www.systemrequirementslab.com/CYRI/Requirements/grand-theft-auto-iv/10802?p=r
here are the pc requirements for GTA 4 ... according to this NO...your graphics card will not meet minimum.

The highest card you can use with that cpu and and power supply( I still recommend tier 1,2 or3 from the list) would be a 750ti 2gb...

THAT WILL WORK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
that's for another thread though,,,,this one was about your psu. and I ANSEWERD IT..

http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/gaming-graphics-card-review,3107-7.html
HERE IS THE GRAPHICS CARD CHART FROM TOMSHARWARE...
http://www.ncixus.com/products/?usaffiliateid=1000031504&sku=94334&vpn=02G%2DP4%2D3753%2DKR&manufacture=eVGA&promoid=126

all of the info is here .. your cpu is adequate... your gpu in NOT ADAQUATE.... your PSU is adequate.....


 

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