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Old 04-07-2005, 06:13 PM   #1
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How can I tell how many watts my psu is? im running a p4 3.2 hg and all with dvd burner ect..... is there like a bench mark program that tells me?


IM TO LAZY TO OPEN UP MY CASE!
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you have to open ur case
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Yeah your gonna have to open the case and it'll say somewhere on the PSU, if you're too lazy to open your case which is extremely simple since it usually just means untwisting some screws or unclipping something, then that's too bad.
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i have to get a phillips screwdriver...so it is slightly hard
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Oh yeah... I always lose those things... They never seem to be where I want them.
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money_man do you have 2 acounts?
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How can I tell how many watts my psu is? im running a p4 3.2 hg and all with dvd burner ect..... is there like a bench mark program that tells me?


IM TO LAZY TO OPEN UP MY CASE!
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money_man do you have 2 acounts?

nope there is me "money_man", and then some other guy named "moneyman".
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