Posted 08 June 2010 - 12:38 PM
Each video card has a specific power requirement.
The amount of power required, depends on the specific card.
If your current power supply doesn't meet those requirements, the card will not work properly, if at all.
If you could tell us what card/s you're interested in, and your computer make, and model, we would be better able to help you figure out, what your power requirements would be..
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