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With liquid cooling? I don't know how much power your cooling setup draws .....
The 630W should be okay though pushing it in my opinion. I'd recommend 700W for a little headroom.
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With liquid cooling? I don't know how much power your cooling setup draws .....
The 630W should be okay though pushing it in my opinion. I'd recommend 700W for a little headroom.
Oh i guess i should have mentioned that this isn't for my sig rig, it'll be with a new rig with a 2500k, 4gb ddr3, gtx 560ti( soon to sli) and the cooler will the be corsair a70(not h70)
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Eh, yeah, but I'd go with something at least Bronze certified. This should do OK but Rosewill's PSUs aren't the best.
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it should be just near the power limits. You should probably get a branded and better known PSU, like crosair, coolermaster or silverstone or something. Anything over 650W should be okay.

Dont get that psu man, dont cheap out on it.
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it should be just near the power limits. You should probably get a branded and better known PSU, like crosair, coolermaster or silverstone or something. Anything over 650W should be okay.

Dont get that psu man, dont cheap out on it.
Well i'm trying to calculate this, gtx 560 ti's only draw 170w each, so i'm at 340w already (at load) i5 2500k draws 95w, idk about the ram and other components but it doesn't seem to be reach 630w that quickly.
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Well i'm trying to calculate this, gtx 560 ti's only draw 170w each, so i'm at 340w already (at load) i5 2500k draws 95w, idk about the ram and other components but it doesn't seem to be reach 630w that quickly.
http://www.overclock.net/power-suppl...-supplies.html

if the powersouply is not in the list i recommend geting one which is in the list, 650 should be enough for that rig. You dont need much more
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http://www.overclock.net/power-suppl...-supplies.html

if the powersouply is not in the list i recommend geting one which is in the list, 650 should be enough for that rig. You dont need much more
aha it is on that list xD
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Well i'm trying to calculate this, gtx 560 ti's only draw 170w each, so i'm at 340w already (at load) i5 2500k draws 95w, idk about the ram and other components but it doesn't seem to be reach 630w that quickly.
Yes, but this PSU won't output 630W all the time. I'm not saying that this won't be enough, but it definitely won't give you much headroom for future upgrades, and after OCing, it's going to get near the limit. Generally, I'd say a 630W PSU is fine for this setup, but some other people actually have the right idea here in that you should get a branded PSU (granted, it needs to be the right one for it to actually be worth the money). You'd be better off going with this.
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Yes, but this PSU won't output 630W all the time. I'm not saying that this won't be enough, but it definitely won't give you much headroom for future upgrades, and after OCing, it's going to get near the limit. Generally, I'd say a 630W PSU is fine for this setup, but some other people actually have the right idea here in that you should get a branded PSU (granted, it needs to be the right one for it to actually be worth the money). You'd be better off going with this.
Ya well the reason why the rosewill was so attractive was because of the price and ya it really doesn't give me much room for upgrades, I might go with this
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817371026
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