I got my new graphics card this morning, a Saphire Radeon 9700 pro all in wonder. I go to install it, connecting everything correctly including the extra power cable. However when I go to turn it on the fans and my neon light come on for about 2 seconds then everything turns off. I've reinstalled my old graphics card so I could post this. I'm going to assume that it is a power problem and I don't have the extra juice needed. I have an enermax 350W PSU (I think) and I'm running my motherboard, cdrw, dvd and a 2 hardrives of it, as well as a few case fans. I have also tried connecting the power cables in a few different coniguration yet it was still no go. I think I may have a solution, but I'm not to sure how safe it would be (which is why I'm posting here.) I have an old PSU from my old machine (which I don't need, It has been totally stripped down, all it is is a mother board, case and PSU.) I figure I could connect it to my new graphics card to supply the extra power needed. The thing is there isn't enough room in the case so it would have to be kept out side. Does anyone think there would be a problem with that or should I go ahead and try.