Radeon 9800 Pro in 200W Shuttle system

Discussion in 'Shuttle' started by Jeff Hamm, Nov 16, 2004.

  1. Jeff Hamm

    Jeff Hamm Guest

    I'm going to get the Radeon 9800 Pro 128mb 256mbit card, is the the 200watt
    PSU adequate in my SB61G2 system provided I am not overclocking it? Its
    running a P4 2.8 800mhz FSB cpu with 7200 rpm hard drive, cd-rom and no
    additional PCI cards. I'm tightly budgeted and want to avoid getting the
    SilentX 250 watt unless by all means it is neccessary.
    Any opinons?

    Jeff
     
    Jeff Hamm, Nov 16, 2004
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  2. Jeff Hamm

    Mark Guest

    it works, im using a 200psu shuttle and a 9800pro oc to 9800xt


    "Jeff Hamm" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > I'm going to get the Radeon 9800 Pro 128mb 256mbit card, is the the
    > 200watt PSU adequate in my SB61G2 system provided I am not overclocking
    > it? Its running a P4 2.8 800mhz FSB cpu with 7200 rpm hard drive, cd-rom
    > and no additional PCI cards. I'm tightly budgeted and want to avoid
    > getting the SilentX 250 watt unless by all means it is neccessary.
    > Any opinons?
    >
    > Jeff
    >
     
    Mark, Nov 16, 2004
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  3. Jeff Hamm

    Conor Guest

    In article <>, Jeff Hamm says...
    > I'm going to get the Radeon 9800 Pro 128mb 256mbit card, is the the 200watt
    > PSU adequate in my SB61G2 system provided I am not overclocking it? Its
    > running a P4 2.8 800mhz FSB cpu with 7200 rpm hard drive, cd-rom and no
    > additional PCI cards. I'm tightly budgeted and want to avoid getting the
    > SilentX 250 watt unless by all means it is neccessary.
    > Any opinons?
    >

    No problem whatsoever. Shuttle PSUs are alot better than normal ATX so
    you don't need as higher wattage rating.


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    Conor

    Normality will be restored once we work out what normality actually is.
     
    Conor, Nov 16, 2004
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