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Short team meaning? Is 1-2 years OK?
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post #152 of 337
900 watts for a 6870 crossfire system?im using a tx 650 with no probs at all
post #153 of 337
Quote:
Originally Posted by 428cobra View Post
900 watts for a 6870 crossfire system?im using a tx 650 with no probs at all
If you are folding 24/7, yes, that sounds about right. If not, your psu is perfectly fine.
post #154 of 337
I have a 610watt PC Power and Cooling PSU..

Currently only running 1 2GB GTX460, buttt..
I want to run 2x Zotac 2GB GTX 460s. i7 2600k cpu will be overclocking to 4.5-4.8Ghz..

What do you guys recommend?
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post #155 of 337
with the updated info the calculator says 900w for my system which sounds about right
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post #156 of 337
Okay, so quick question...

The chart says Dual SLI for 560 Ti requires 650W. I have exactly 650w (XFX 650w Modular Seasonic based PSU), is this safe?

My setup is in my rig, but I just wanna know if its safe to be on the bare minimum. Mind you; I don't overclock (everything is stock) so my voltages stay fairly low except when I game, my gpu ramps up a bit.

If it matters, I have the EVGA 560 Ti Super clocked version.
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post #157 of 337
Quote:
Originally Posted by Trifecta Smoke View Post
Okay, so quick question...

The chart says Dual SLI for 560 Ti requires 650W. I have exactly 650w (XFX 650w Modular Seasonic based PSU), is this safe?

My setup is in my rig, but I just wanna know if its safe to be on the bare minimum. Mind you; I don't overclock (everything is stock) so my voltages stay fairly low except when I game, my gpu ramps up a bit.

If it matters, I have the EVGA 560 Ti Super clocked version.
those numbers that phaedrus figured out are with overhead factored in so if the power supply calculator checks out then id say you are good to go
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post #158 of 337
^yep, you'll also notice that you can subtract 25w due to your CPU having lower power draw then the one Phaedrus makes he estimates on. This is all covered in the OP.
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post #159 of 337
Hey figured I'd comment just to give some more input and maybe help someone out:

Running Folding@Home SMP and GPU3 I'm at 334W peak.

For 24/7 Folding the guide recommends a 712.5W

Guessing I'm good then with my 850W?
     
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Intel 520 Series SSD 60GB WD Caviar Green 1TB WD Caviar Blue 1TB EK Supreme HF Copper+Acetal 
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post #160 of 337
Ok so if I want to go GTX 580 SLI then that is 750 + 0 (sandybridge i7) + Now the physx part confuses me. Do I need to add 200 watts since the 580 is a physx card and there will be two? so + 200 (?) and I have raid 0 with 2 drives. So thats 750 + 0 + 200(?) = 950 watt psu for the system I'm going to be building. Correct me if I'm wrong on the physx part. Assuming this is correct I went to your recommended psu by wattage link. Went to 900-999 watt and chose http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...pk=Lepa%20G900 This should be a trustworthy and capable PSU for gtx 580 sli? I'm sorry for all the questions but I've had bad luck with psu's and really want to get a good one. I want to thank you for all these helpful write ups.
Edited by Kyleinator - 7/30/11 at 12:41am
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