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Is 520W Enough?

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Would an Antec Neo Eco 520C be sufficient for an overclocked Phenom 955 (3.6-3.8GHz) and overclocked 6850 (900/1120)?

I will buy my psu from here http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?...x&cPath=15_535

I was thinking maybe the Antec Neo Eco 620C or Silverstone Strider Plus 600W might be a better choice.

What do you guys recommend?

Thanks
Edited by DarLuzi0n - 4/30/11 at 7:23am
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That should be plenty.
    
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The Neo ECO 520 is more than enough.
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Good psu right there.
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Awesome, thanks for the replies. =]
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post #6 of 6
Realistically, a Neo Eco 400 would be enough for that system, just so you know.
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