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post #1 of 8
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How big a power supply do i need to run the following setup:

Graphic Card: Amd Radeon 6990

Processor: Intel Core i7 2600K ( OC'ED )

Motherboard: ASUS P8Z68-V PRO

Ram: 2x Corsair 8GB DDR3 1600MHz (2x4)

SSD: Corsair SSD Force Series™ 3, 120GB

Harddrive: 2x Samsung 1TB SATAII/ 7200
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post #2 of 8
Welcome to OCN

A decent 650w Will be plenty for that rig.

Or if you plan on doing crossfire later on then a hx750 will do
post #3 of 8
i would get a 750W 80 plus power supply so you will have enought power for future updates
but i think a 500 should be enought
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post #4 of 8
i personally think an 850 would be best.
if you plan on Crossfiring later, OCing, and watercooling...etc then you won't have to worry about it under-powering your system.
My way of future-proofing
i'm using 1100 watts just in case
post #5 of 8
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**** thats some fast replys!

Okay so 850w then.

Also if you think you can come up with some better parts around the same price as these feel free to link some.
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post #6 of 8
With a HD6990 in there, you're going to want a quality 650w unit. If you plan to crossfire with that 6990 (or a 6970), get an 850w.
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post #7 of 8
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Originally Posted by Fals View Post
**** thats some fast replys!

Okay so 850w then.

Also if you think you can come up with some better parts around the same price as these feel free to link some.
the only thing i would say for parts would be to switch to AMD. Bulldozer is releasing in october and is going to be really intersting.
AMD tends to be a bit cheaper and has very high veritility when it comes to upgrading, since they don't switch their sockets every other month *cough*intel*cough*.

othewise you have a pretty solid build there IMO
post #8 of 8
600W for just the one, 1kW for Crossfire HD6990s. 850W for HD6990+HD6970.
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