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Topic Title: Getting a 1900Xt, power supply still good enough?
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Created On: 01/24/2006 09:38 PM
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 01/24/2006 09:38 PM
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im wondering if my Enermax Liberty 500 will still power my system, the X1900Xt requires 30 amps, and im not sure if the liberty will power my

Opty 165
DFI lanparty SLI-DR
G.skill 2GB
74 Gig Raptor
1 optical drive, 1 floppy

or maybe i should step it up to a dif PSU?

Edit: should i ditch buying a monitor for 250 bucks and spend it on computer parts and continue to use my 19" CRT?

Edit part 2: for my hard drive, should i save the 50 bucks and use a single 36.7 GB raptor instead of the 74 for $50, currently i only have used up 10 GB and ive had this computer for 3 years

AMD opteron 165 CCBWE 0551UPMW
PowerColor X1900XT
G.Skill 2GB DDR 500
Enermax Liberty 500
DFI LANparty Ultra-D w/ VC-RE
Hitatchi T7K250
BenQ 19" 8ms
gotta love having a job at 15
 01/24/2006 09:40 PM
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youll be fine

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