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I was looking at an antec high current gamer 750W power supply on new egg, but it unfortunately ran out of stock. Depending on whether or not they get more I'm going to need another PSU instead.

The HGC series also sells a 620 watt power supply. Now, powering a computer is what I know least about. So, would 620 watts be enough to power my rig with NO complications?

5 fans
I5 2500k
8 GB 1600 MHZ RAM
1 GTX560
1tb HDD
Hyper 212 plus heatsink

Give me your suggestions, thanks!
    
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620w would be plenty for that. I run my system on a 650w with overclocked CPU/GPU and with 9 fans in my case and 4 hard drives.
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620 Would be more than enough a decent 500w would suffice smile.gif
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500W PSU is good enough to run that config. My rig I have seen the total
max power pulled from the PSU was 560W this is with CPU OC + xfire OC
when running 3Dmar11 and 3Dmarkvantage.
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