How do you figure out the Wattage supply of your PC.
My current PC is running 2000 MHz for the OS but what does that mean about the power supply Wattage? I would like to know what my current PC's power supply is?
The reason I am asking is because I've been checking out Milwaukee PC for a new PC and what they are trying to sell me their Impact 3052 which has 450 Watt power supply.
I think that is a lot of power, is it?
I am not sure of the relationship between power wattage and the MHz of the OS?
Would anyone please care to explain this to me.
I would like to know the difference between my current PC's power supply and what my new one will be?
Is 450 watts power supply good?
PS I am looking for an Office PC not a Gaming PC.
Their Impact 3052 they say is a good pick for that. It has:
1. 2 GIG RAM
2. 320 GIG HD
3. Intel Cor Dual E 6550
4. 450 watt power supply
5. He is going to put a video card into it, instead of just the on board video.
6. Forgot to ask about the DVD Burner?
7. Anything else I should look for?
All for $885.00.
To me that sounds fair.
Any recommendations? Remember, I just want a great Office tool.
Edited by Johnz414, 07 March 2008 - 05:42 PM.