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230w power supply

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If I have a amd700 motherboard in my pc using a 230w power supply, can I change the power supply to a 300w and carry on as normal.. just need to double check

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You can change power supply with more powerful, but this is necessary only you have power related problems, if you haven't such as problems this is useless..
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have had similar problems with AMD processors. recommend you upgrade power supply ASAP. No issue just a necessity.
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I'll be surprised if you don't have problems running 230w with an Athlon/Duron. Anyway good luck
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