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    Default Psu

    Guyz im running 350w psu that contain :

    +5V/35A, -5V/0.5A, +12V/16A, -12V/0.8A, +3.3V/24A, +5VSB/2A

    and i m running Gigabyte HD 4650 1 GB OC edition....

    ei Psu diye HD 4870 or 4890 type gpu chalano jabe? or Nvidia GTS 250 type?

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    Default Re: Psu

    4870, 4890 s are very power hungry gpus. They need atleast 500 watt psu to run. So, ur psu cant handle them. And nvidia gts 250 needs atleast 450 watt psu to run. So, its sure that ur psu cant handle these gpus.

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    Default Re: Psu

    I suggest you get a good 500W PSU if you wish to upgrade your card. Your current PSU won't quite cut it for those GPUs.

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    Default Re: Psu

    u need at least 450w and 500w watt to be on the safe side....to run those gpus....currently im running a 5770 and used to have a 4770 before that....

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    Default Re: Psu

    Ok...thank u guyz...u are really helpful...

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    Default Re: Psu

    Thermaltake chara ki aar kono psu ase bd te jader warranty ase? Asus to bondho hoye gese. Delta er daam beshi.....500 watt chara nai. anything else?

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    for anything like 4870 ,4890 500w is minimum

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    Default Re: Psu

    Quote Originally Posted by akib.akib7 View Post
    for anything like 4870 ,4890 500w is minimum
    NO.

    420W TR2 can run HD 4870 fine....and for now this age so as HD 4890.

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    Default Re: Psu

    Quote Originally Posted by prototype View Post
    Thermaltake chara ki aar kono psu ase bd te jader warranty ase? Asus to bondho hoye gese. Delta er daam beshi.....500 watt chara nai. anything else?
    rest of them r not that good .... some shops sell delta psu which was actually attached within server casings bur TBH, they r hard to find ... value-top is good if u able to manage a real one .... but as a matter of fact, its always best to go for a renown company and as a gamer , investing in a stable psu is not a loose manner ...
    Last edited by Mahfuz; October 17th, 2010 at 01:50.

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    Default Re: Psu

    Quote Originally Posted by amateur_geek View Post
    rest of them r not that good .... some shops sell delta psu which was actually attached within server casings bur TBH, they r hard to find ... value-top is good if u able to manage a real one .... but as a matter of fact, its always best to go for a renown company and as a gamer , investing in a stable psu is not a loose manner ...
    how can i find out if it is a real value-top or not???:S and sorry for hijacking the thread
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    Default Re: Psu

    now a days, value-top psu's r available in everywhere at idb which cost u more/less 1.3K and thats just a piece of crap ...
    but 500W value-top which is currently unavailable from market was a good psu ....

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    Default Re: Psu

    If u just want to run 4870 or 5770 and wolfdale processor u can get a original Delux 450Watt PSU.........................its pretty good i'm using one now.................it runs my power hungry 3850 and oc'ed e7500 like butter

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    Default Re: Psu

    recently there was a ad on clickbd 500w value top from ausi u can chk that

    tt tr2 is a very wise buy

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    Default Re: Psu

    apni IDB te superiror electronics e iktu khuje dekhen j Value Top ase kina.....amar 500w ta oder kas thekei kinsilam...nd trust me ai rokom efficient psu tao abar ato kom price e ami akono deki nai.....price was 5500.....i dont know if its available there..... they are the master dealer of VALUE TOP products
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    Default Re: Psu

    Quote Originally Posted by amateur_geek View Post
    now a days, value-top psu's r available in everywhere at idb which cost u more/less 1.3K and thats just a piece of crap ...
    but 500W value-top which is currently unavailable from market was a good psu ....
    then it looks like mine is dat crappy value-top
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    Default Re: Psu

    I need to know something.how do u measure the actual wattage/power that an psu can deliver under full load? I mean is there a way to see the efficiency?

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    you can check out the actual voltage of your psu in bios. generic psu's can't show full 12v on the +12v rail.my old psu showed 11.712v.value top/deluxe are not branded psu.buy gigabyte superb 460w.its a great deal.....i have got myself @ tk3000.

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