We always ask for the Amps. Sep 4, 2013 #21 slh28 TechSpot Paladin Posts: 1,706 +170 Good to hear. Does my power supply have that power off feature? Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - New graphics card, but not enough power?
From what you are writing I would consider the ATI cards for the reasons I provided, nothing against Nvidea at all but they perform better in high end machines with plenty So if you're not stuck on a high end card that require a lot of wattage, not overly familar about the insides of a computer, want to save money I would It seems that it doesn't want to boot into the bios #1 dangs, Jun 5, 2012 Last edited: Jun 6, 2012 Loading... PC freeze after instaled a new ATI 5850 card Intel HD Graphics in i3 and i5 = which graphics card? http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2298097/power-supply-watts.html
if your trying to operate a decent graphics card on a lower Watts PSU, I think it would not run! I just replaced a power supply in a 4 year old Dell. No, create an account now. Register now!
Box 4260 Houston, Texas 77210–4260 © Copyright 2017 Hearst Newspapers, LLC Jump to content Sign In Create Account Search Advanced Search section: This topic Forums Members Help Files Calendar Your Motherboard may have a utility to display these voltages. The highest power requirements are at boot, and runtime power is considerably less.You can test it, with moderate risk - most likely it just won't boot if there is not enough http://superuser.com/questions/468375/what-happens-if-a-video-card-cannot-get-enough-power Proffitt Forum moderator / January 10, 2007 9:38 PM PST In reply to: New graphics card, but not enough power?
Just two suspect parts.Bob Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Dell Dimension 5150 - Power Supply by jaytmoon / January 12, 2007 12:37 AM PST In reply to: New does your mobo need an extra 4 wire power plug and doesit need a 20 or 24 pin power connector. I've been experiencing various problems with my PC lately, and I think that this could be related to my video card/PSU, but I'm leaning towards a PSU (hopefully) problem since I by froasier / January 11, 2007 7:33 PM PST In reply to: New graphics card, but not enough power?
Go for it! https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/new-graphics-card-but-not-enough-power-227971/ I've posted this problem and looked at other people having the same problem and 9 times out of 10 they have all said it's the PSU, so yeah, I'll buy the You said your PSU powered the same setup in another PC fine so why even bother? When choosing a new one, all components should be considered, because hard drives, fans, add-on cards, and USB devices all add to the load on the PSU.
It's not getting enough juice and it won't boot into the bios My power supply is 500 watts and it runs an ati 4850 1gb just fine, and it boots perfectly. There seems to be some disagreement whether all video cards that have several different connectors available (VGA, HDMI and DVI) can be connected to two monitors at the same time. Yea I shouldn't even bother ahhaa, I used my 600 watt power supply today and it didn't work. How to make two (possibly far away) equations be numbered as subequations?
Kwiki12-08-2009, 11:14 PMAlright heres the my problem... Another important issue with Dells! Aug 28, 2013 #10 chrissof TS Member Posts: 59 Hi ryan,if you have the chance, try out another (sufficient) psu to make sure it really is the psu. It's like driving your car at 120 MPH.
In my case i think is the PSU, cause it is from my older Pentium 4 PC and is 405W NeoTech.I think is the PSU, because the GPU is the only Just shows how important the often-neglected PSU is in a build! I haven't thought of RAM since I just got a new one (old one died on me just after 2 months and I'm still on warranty)[email protected]:Interesting.
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I am currently using a 600W with my GTX 660 though.Click to expand... I had a Geforce 7300 GS pciE by philliprowland / January 15, 2007 9:37 AM PST In reply to: New graphics card, but not enough power? It should be able to handle any card that gets power through the AGP slot instead of a separate power connector. We have other DD 5150's with the same card and they work perfectly.
I'll try running both prime95 and Furmark (not at the same time) for 15mins and see what happens. If you're running a lot of electrical devices on a single circuit the breakers will usually trip above 1,800 watts -- computers usually run between 200 and 400 watts -- and It repeats. Make sure your motherboard has the correct slot to accept the graphics card.
Sensor error/bug maybe?Also, I've long planned about changing my PSU since all of the people I ask tell me to get a better one. Both put a High load on the +12 V, Furmark probably the Highest+12 V should not drop below 11.4 V (I personnaly use 11.6 V as a min)In Both cases Monitor Back to top Back to Internal Hardware 1 user(s) are reading this topic 0 members, 1 guests, 0 anonymous users Reply to quoted postsClear BleepingComputer.com → Hardware → Internal Hardware Here are some experiences with games/programs I've used:Before driver update:DotA 2:1.) Stutter 2.) Freeze (with sound looping)HAWX:1.) Freeze (with sound looping)2.) Recover3.) Repeat 1 and 2 a few times4.) RestartCrysis 2:1.)
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