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6800 Ultra ~ PSU ~ Raid (Need advice for PSU)

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Old October 9th 04, 08:36 PM
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Default 6800 Ultra ~ PSU ~ Raid (Need advice for PSU)

I have been running my 6800 Ultra with no problems on my Antec 430, but when
I hook up a couple more hard drives, I can't post to WinXP. (Or have other
problems...) I have tried all kinds of configurations with my PSU cords to
try and split the power evenly but nothing works. I have a lot of other
periphs. connected as well.

My question is, if I upgrade my PSU, how high of wattage should i go? and
what are some reliable PSUs?

willing to spend around $80 or so..... but I don't want a POS.


AMD xp2800
GF6800 Ultra
Raid w/ 4 Hard drives


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