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i think ill go with the hx750. That is what i had before but then i read that you would need a 850 watt power supply if i wanted to sli. I appreciate the quick responses. Thanks for the help.

f*ck yea!


750 will sli man, I said 850 for wc as pumps ect.
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http://www.Newegg.com/Product/Produc...tem=17-139-005

Trust me this is all you need! I got almost the same pc spec you got.
So you are good with this psu for any future graphic card upgrade.
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Is this power supply better than the HX750?

http://www.microcenter.com/single_pr...uct_id=0339915

It would be 130 with tax
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More power doesn't necessary means better. Picking the right psu is important you are asking for trouble with that power supply. You might fry one part or take the whole system out.

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I guess ill stick with what I have. Thanks. +rep
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I guess ill stick with what I have. Thanks. +rep
Which one is that?

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the HX750
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the HX750
Still is an overkill and you could have save money. The 650 I told you was good enough.

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