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post #21 of 27
According to Guru3D, 6850 Crossfire has less power consumption than a single GTX 470.

post #22 of 27
its shouldnt be an issue since the 6850 doesnt take that much power at all.
even with a heavy oc to 5ghz.
     
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Hurrah. Thank you very much everybody :3
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post #24 of 27
Always try to keep the max load on your psu around 60 percent to keep it efficient and to have a lil bit of headroom.
This one should be enough
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817139012
Unless you want a high end one to fit in with your setup.
post #25 of 27
Pretty easily on a X-560. You'll be pulling like 350-400w in gaming and maybe 450w with LinX+Furmark.

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Always try to keep the max load on your psu around 60 percent to keep it efficient and to have a lil bit of headroom.
This one should be enough
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817139012
Unless you want a high end one to fit in with your setup.
That is heavily incorrect. And you can never keep your PSU at 60% load because of the many different load conditions that different games/programs put on your system. There's no need to baby your PSU either.
Edited by GameBoy - 4/28/11 at 10:33am
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Always try to keep the max load on your psu around 60 percent to keep it efficient...

I die a little inside every time I see someone say this.
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I die a little inside every time I see someone say this.
This.
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