Posted 01 September 2006 - 02:44 PM
Maybe yes and maybe no.....
This depends on the condition of the power supply, it's ability to drive what you're putting in the new system, and it's wattage.
Generally a newer system means that you'll be using newer devices (and maybe more devices) and that will consume more power - so a new power supply may be called for.
I currently have a 450 watt PSU and it's fine for my needs - although others will recommend a 500 watt for general use.
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