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January 28, 2014, 06:50:51 PM
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the Dynex is practically brand new (sitting my my garage still sealed) so there's been no degradation at all, but not sure if it's capable of running a gigabyte 270x with Core2Duo CPU 2GB ram and BAMT
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I actually think you're just shy of what you'd need. You can feel free to ask around or wait to see if anyone with any first-hand experience can help you, but according to Gigabyte's website it says you need 500w.
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Power requirement   500W(with two 6-pin external power connectors)
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