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A single HD6970 uses Avg= 160W and Peak= 185W.. CLICK HERE

In Furmark it uses 287W (with power Draw limiter DISABLED)


So a 1KW PSU would be more than enough with ~ 400W spare for the rest of the system (CPU,Drives,Mobo etc)..


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Short answer: Yes.
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I would not worry. 1000 watt is more than enough.
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Originally Posted by KingT View Post
A single HD6970 uses Avg= 160W and Peak= 185W.. CLICK HERE

In Furmark it uses 287W (with power Draw limiter DISABLED)


So a 1KW PSU would be more than enough with ~ 400W spare for the rest of the system (CPU,Drives,Mobo etc)..


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This was especially useful. Think I got all the info I need with that link
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