How much the Antec Phantom 350W can support?

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How much the Antec Phantom 350W can support?

Post by m.Rzv » Mon Aug 14, 2006 1:51 am

Hi there,

I wanna buy a Antec Phantom 350W from a buddy,but i'm not sure how well will support my system.

So,here's my actual system:

-Asus A8N32-SLI Deluxe
-AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual-Core 4400+
-Scythe Ninja
-4x512 Corsair PC4400C25PT
-XFX GeForce 7600GT(with Aerocool VM-102)
-1xWD 36GB Raptor
-2xWD2500KS Raid0
-Leadtek TV2000XP Expert
-Audigy 2ZS
-Asus 1608P3S
-Asus CB-5216A
-Akasa Fan Controller AK FC03
-2x120 Nexus Fan
-Asus PW201
-Logitech diNovo Cordless
-Logitech G7
and some usb devices...
Everything is set to default,no overclock.

So,what do you think...should I go for it? 8)

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Post by paulesko » Mon Aug 14, 2006 3:12 am

go for it, a friend of mine has the same, but only 1gb of ram an x2 4600 a raptor and one samsung spintpoint. cpu is overclocked to 2800 @ 1.47 vcore everything with a seasonic 330w

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Post by SebRad » Mon Aug 14, 2006 9:15 am

Hi, If you have a look at this thread you'll find someone running a X2 4400+ with SLI (as in two cards) 7800GTXs. The 7600GT is a significantly cooler (low power hungry) card than the 7800GTX so the Phantom will handle the proposed system easily. I would estimate the maximum DC power load to be ~150w, that is with both CPU cores and the GPU maxed out.
Regards, Seb

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