I've got a Be Quiet! Dark Power Pro 650W PSU, a nice stable modular unit, with 4 12V rails supplying 20A each. I've also got a 9800 GTX+, which is still okay, but I wanted a little more memory for Wings of prey so I could run it on a higher texture setting, it was fine otherwise. I got a Palit GTX 460 1Gb, but I've found this cuts out all the time, and it seems it's because it needs 24A across it's 2 x PCIe power connectors, but my PSU can only supply 20A per rail and both PCIe connectors come off the same 12V rail. 1. Is 24A unusually high for a modern mid range DX11 graphics card, or is my PSU out of touch with the current range of cards out there? 2. Any ideas on how to rig up my PSU to provide more than 20A? The only thing I can think of is using 2 spare Molex connectors via an adaptor to make an alternative PCIe power connector that comes off a different 12V rail, but there's a few comments around that this can be dodgy. Anybody? 3. Maybe I should just get an MSI R6850 Cyclone - May's buyers guide raves about it, it's cheaper than an old GTX 460, and the review at least says it uses 1 x 6 pin OCIe power connector, os presumably the power drawer is lower? Thanks Jeff.