Aug 6, 2004
The Case i want to buy had a 350Watt Power supply ( is that enough for the stuff that i want in? This is want i want in it:
-512MB x 2 (1GB) PC3500 DDR CL2.5 (OCZ EB Platinum Series)
-AMD Athlon 64 FX-53 (S939, 2.4GHz, 1MB, Boxed)
-Creative SoundBlaster Audigy 2
-Gainward GeForce 6800 Ultra PowerPack Ultra2600 Golden Sample (256MB)
-LG 16x48x, GDR8161B
-LG GSA-4120B 12x
-MSI K8N Neo2 Platinum, nForce 3 Ultra
-Western Digital 36GB (Raptor WD360GD, 10.000rpm, 8MB, SATA)
-Western Digital 73GB (Raptor WD740GD, 10.000rpm, 8MB, SATA)

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That really depends on the power supply, but realistically your setup is going to be approaching the limit of even a good 350 watt power supply.

Just looking over your setup, you will be close, it may work. Overall, judging by what you are purchasing, just buy a new power supply. You can buy a power supply that is exactly like the one you get in the case except with a higher rating.

Buy a new power supply, there is no point in cutting corners on a machine like that.

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Oct 1, 2003
If I was you, I'd get a bigger psu.

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