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Topic # 54022 15-Dec-2009 11:35
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Hi guys

im upgrading my grpahics card from 7600gt to a 9600GT and i just wanted to ask if you guys have any expieriences buying a Asus 9600gt and what did you recieve in the package ? did it come with a power cable ? becasue i think i need one of those.

One of the persons that i am buying tha card from is getting it from wholesalers and he is not sure

any help will be appreacited

Thanks Ermac :-)

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  Reply # 282731 15-Dec-2009 15:02
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When you say a power cable, you mean a 6 pin adaptor ?
Think most ASUS cards come with one, but if its not a retail box, it might not.
Can pick them up easy enough for a few $$.

Or else your PSU might already have the correct connector if its a fairly new PSU.

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  Reply # 283156 16-Dec-2009 17:37
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With a 9600GT you can easily get away with maybe a 450W PSU with suitable amp rating. Some 9600GT's don't need a 6-pin power connector, some do.

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