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    Default What watt PSU will i need?

    I am going to be using a Powermac G3 case, keeping it real and i will have these components:

    Mobo: Intel DG35ec
    CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo e7400
    Graphics Card: XFX 8800GT 512mb
    Ram: 4gb of G Skill DDR2, will ugrade to 8gb
    Networkcard: ASUS WL-138g v2
    HD: 2 seagate 250gb Hard Drives

    Just wondering what watt Power supply unit i would need? could i possible use the stock one?

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    You'll be ok with 450-750W power supply, we want pics, and good luck ;P
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    The stock apple PSU wont work with the intel mobo, I've got the same one , i would recommend any decent branded psu like coolermaster , tagan or corsair. Anything above 500W should be good.

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