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What Supply should i use for my PC configuration? [Websites]
posted March 26 2013 21:43.29 by Giorgos Lazaridis




No need to say it again, I love my ASUS MoBo! And now i love it bit more! Not because of the MoBo itself, but because ASUS provided me an answer to the question: Is my power supply enough for my PC?

Follow this link and find there an online calculator for the estimates PSU wattage that you will need for your PC - ASUS has included many different processors and VGA cards, as well as other peripherals like number of HDDs, USB devices, Fans etc etc etc...

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