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Is this power supply powerful enough to power 2 HD6770 and a 95w quad core processor?

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post #2 of 14
More than enough - too bad that they are all sold out - even the 430w Antec Earth Watts PSU would be fine for that config - also don't get 6770's, they are just re branded 5770's that are priced higher (they are the EXACT same card, same GPU, different model #) - get the 5770's at a lower price
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yes
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post #4 of 14
That's pushing it. I wouldn't do that if I were you.

Save some more money and go for a Corsair / OCZ / Antec / etc that's at least 650w.

It's tempting to skimp on PSUs because it's an easy way to save money without sacrificing any performance, but it's definitely not worth the risk.
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post #5 of 14
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Originally Posted by railfan844 View Post
That's pushing it. I wouldn't do that if I were you.

Save some more money and go for a Corsair / OCZ / Antec / etc that's at least 650w.

It's tempting to skimp on PSUs because it's an easy way to save money without sacrificing any performance, but it's definitely not worth the risk.
That is by NO means skimping out.

Antec make some of the best units BY FAR on the psu market, Not to mention that 530w is more than enough and 6770's sip power.
     
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post #6 of 14
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I am confused now because "appleg33k85" and "VW_TDI_02" said its more than enough and they both have good rep and now "railfan844" that also has good rep says its not enough. Now I am officially confused. Some more help please....
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Never mind I have decided to get this PSU thanks everyone for the help!!!
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post #8 of 14
Quote:
Originally Posted by pctech333 View Post
I am confused now because "appleg33k85" and "VW_TDI_02" said its more than enough and they both have good rep and now "railfan844" that also has good rep says its not enough. Now I am officially confused. Some more help please....
as the sticky on this forum says "rep does not mean the person is right if they have more" Prob the exact quote but something along those lines. It just means they have help more people or have been around longer
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post #9 of 14
108w+108w+95w=311w. Components are almost never at 100% except benchmarking and stress tests. It will run, I'ved tried a 5770 with an i7 920 prime 95 and furmark and it only drew about 275 watts from the wall. Also, the 6770 is just a rebranded 5770, only including HDMI 1.4 support for 3d tvs.
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as the sticky on this forum says "rep does not mean the person is right if they have more" Prob the exact quote but something along those lines. It just means they have help more people or have been around longer
Ok thanks for the info, I will remember that.
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