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    PowerSupply is low for Gaming Card

    Hey!
    i have XFX GeForce 9500GT 1GB Graphic Card and it requires 350W. but i have dell optiplex 620 in desktop and it has 250W power supply in it. is this card work in my pc without any causing trouble?

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    Re: PowerSupply is low for Gaming Card

    Quote Originally Posted by hasanbilal View Post
    Hey!
    i have XFX GeForce 9500GT 1GB Graphic Card and it requires 350W. but i have dell optiplex 620 in desktop and it has 250W power supply in it. is this card work in my pc without any causing trouble?
    If you have the right connectors from the PSU then yes, it should work fine. The 350W is an overly large estimate to take account of poorly rated PSUs, Dell conservatively rate their PSUs on continuous power.

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