Will a 630 Watt power supply work with my ASUS motherboard?

by on November 20, 2009

Q: I’m doing some upgrades on my PC and I’m wondering if this PSU has the correct cables for the motherboard. I couldn’t find a site in English that supplied more info on the PSU but I wrote down what I could get a hold of.

PSU: XION AXP PowerSupply 630W V. 2.20 SLI Ready

630 Watt Version 2.20 with 120mm Cooling Fan x 1 / 20 +4 Pins (Prescott ready) / SATA x 2 / PCI-Express x2 (SLI ready) / Titanium Nickle Coating Surface, PFC

Specifications:
4-pin FDD connectors – 2
4-pin HDD connectors – 6
4-pin P4 connectors – 1
5-pin S-ATA connectors – 2
6-pin PCIe connectors – 2
Active PFC – No
Dimensions – 145 x 150 x 85 (LxWxH) mm
Modular – No
Power – 630 W

Motherboard: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813131397&cm_re=M4A77TD_PRO-_-13-131-397-_-Product

Thanks, appreciate the help!

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2 Responses to “Will a 630 Watt power supply work with my ASUS motherboard?”
  1.  
    Picked as best answer

    Based on this information it should work.

    The Motherboard would requite a 24-pin ATX power connection (same as 20 +4 Pins you mention) and a 4-pin P4 connector. This power supply has those things, and just about anything you buy new today should.

    Also, check out PSU offerings from Seasonic, Antec and Corsair. They make great stuff.

     
  2.  

    Thanks for the quick reply and the tip on PSU’s, I’ll check it out!