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By puffader
Jun 29, 2007
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  1. Okay last post not so good. Anyway I have a 430 watt powersupply I believe these are the specs

    Maximum Power: 430 Watts
    Switches: ATX Logic on-off additional power rocker switch(115/230 V selector switch)
    Color: Black
    Switch: ATX Logic on-off additional power rocker switch (115/230 V selector switch)
    Cooling System : Dual 8cm Fan SPEED : 2400 RPM?10% DIMENSION : 80 x 80 x 20 mm TEMP. AUTO CONTROL: 3010 rpm at 25°C ~ 3070 rpm at 40°C
    Noise: 19dB at 2000RPM
    P. G. Signal: 100-500 ms
    Over Voltage Protection recycle AC to reset: +5V output < + 7.0 V +3.3V output < + 4.5 V +12V output < + 15.6 V
    Dimensions: 16cm(L)x15cm(W)x8.6cm(H)
    Input Voltage: 115 VAC / 230 VAC
    Input Frequency Range: 47 ~ 63 Hz
    Input Current: 9.0A / 5.0A
    Connectors:
    24-pin Main Connector x1
    4-pin+12V Power Connector x1
    4-pin Peripheral Power Connector x9
    4-pin Floppy Drive Connector x2
    5-pin SATA Connector x2
    6-pin PCI Express Connector x1

    Any way I have a Gforce 7800gs plugged in
    3 hard drives 1 sata 2 the older type
    1 harddrive cooling fan
    1 cooling fan that sits in a bay
    3 case fans
    the fan for the Proccesor all plugged into this, is that to much? and would that cause the system to just restart when I start a game? thanks....
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