You could share the number of +12V Rails and each rail's Ampere rating. But 360W is low. It might eek by if the PSU is new (they lose capacity with age) and was a single rail. But you never want to try this on any split rail PSU (more than one +12V rail.)
Last year, my 11 yo and I built a desktop pc. I am looking at upgrading his Gpu and psu, but online reviews have me worried. The Newegg calculator tells me I need 496w, but reviews say that some psu putting out as much as 570w will not be powerful enough to run the gpu.
Asus msa99 Fx pro r2.0 MB with 24 pin power
Amd fx 6 core processor w/fan
2 x 8g ddr3
7200 spd hd
GeForce gt 630
360w atx 12v v2.3
I was able to get my hands on a Zotac gtx 960 and would like to install it in this machine..... is this possible? It came with 2 - 6pin pci express cables. How do I determine the proper psu?