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GTX 460 1GB SLI, 600W Enough??

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Hey guys I'm planning on adding another gtx 460 to my current one for SLI, would my PSU: Corsair gaming series 600W be enough or is it lacking the juice??

Not sure if this helps but I'm also planning to swap my mobo and cpu and throwing in an i5 oc-ed to hopefully 4.4 GHZ, might drain more power than my current set up.
Thanks!
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It should be enough. I had 460s in sli with a tx650, so it's pretty much the same.
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It should be okay but you will be cutting it too close(depending on what other components you use)

Since a single GTX460 uses about 150W to 170W at load (depending on the brand, make and model), So I'd say two shouldn't take around 300W -350W at most.
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