The GeForce 8800GTS has only one 6-pin PCIe connector. You don't need a large power supply. TR's test system with the GeForce 8800GTS 640MB pulled 254 watts from the wall. Figuring in the 82% efficiency of the power supply that they used, that's only an average continuous consumption of 208 watts inside the case. Add 40% to that to handle peaks and to provide a safety margin, and you'd still be able to get away with a good quality power supply that could provide 25 amperes (300 watts) on the +12 volt rail.$50 -7½ code "EMCXNWL3" -20MIR
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