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    AMD Case Question

    This is probably an easy question to answer - AMD MoBos and chips can handle 400W @12v power supplies, right? The power supply that comes with a case I want to buy says it is listed for P4, when all other power supplies on the whole site under 400W are listed for P4 and AMD. Any thoughts?

    Sean
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    P4 power supplies are amd compatible.

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    All a power supply needs to be compatible with a P4 motherboard is a couple extra connectors.




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