Is it hard to replace psu, and how much for it that would be in $?
Its not hard to replace, But its a pain to plug in every single wire =]
Well, how much would PSU cost that would fit my pc and make that video card work?
well a standard atx psu would fit in your case... This one would do fine click here
But you would have to find it on a site in $
Here you go click here
Its very simple to replace the psu.. If you need any help then just let me know
Heres another click here
Heres a tutorial to show you how to replace a psu Click here
Can you find me me a standart atx psu?
http://cgi.ebay.com/BLACK-Tower-ATX-PC-Case-Chassis-450w-PSU-3Case-Fan-Free_W0QQitemZ290159527595QQihZ019QQcategoryZ3669QQssPageNameZWDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem Would this fit my pc and video card requirements?
That PSU is crap and I wouldn't trust eBay at all when it comes to computer parts. Why not buy from a site like Newegg? This 7600GT is very cheap on Newegg and coupled with this PSU, it will work like a charm.
Ok thank you.
Need any more help Saibokas Then please let us no.
The 7600 cards work like wonders, I have a 7600 GS (Not as good as the GT) And i can run most games on medium or high settings =D
Hmm, I have a question are these good items that Rage_3K_Moiz mentioned?
I recommend this PSU.
is it new is it better than Rage mentioned and is it cheaper?
yes its a very good psu.... its modular so you can take cables out that you don;t need. so you don't have a big mess.
can i buy new one and not from ebay? or new one from ebay with cables...
yes sure... you just gotta find the right place....www.overclockers.co.uk
They do them, they ship all over Europe.
usa plz! USA
try ... www.newegg.com
lol so my psu would cost like 130$ and my card 100$ lol, what about the the one rage offered will if work with the 7600GT?
thats just basically the same as the one i said except that the one i recommended got more volts..... it would work, but i always like abit more power spare lol..
well 70+Watts of power and 60$ more, .
You would be alright with the 450W Corsair PSU. It has one +12V rail with 33A on it, which is more than enough for your card and the PC. The 520W Corsair is overkill and unnecessary, since it's capable of powering an 8800GTS SLI rig. You'd be wasting money for no reason.