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post #11 of 24
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SERIOUSLY??? an 850 will be fine

for two 580s and everything else? Guru3d recommends a 900+ watt power supply for GTX580's in SLI, more if you overclock. I assume he'll overclock, being that this is OCN an all...
Edited by Zetsou - 10/21/11 at 8:39pm
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Can you find those on pccasegear.com? I cant
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post #13 of 24
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for two 580s and everything else?
Yep, two 580s on a good 850w is more than enough.

Even with OC'n to 950 core.



The HX850 is still a top notch 850w unit.
    
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post #14 of 24
I am running a corsair tx850 for my setup everything works fine. cpu is oc'd as well as both 580's are factory oc'd. just get a quality 850 watt psu and you will be fine.
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Get a 1200w PSU if you are planning to run two 580s in SLI.
Way off. 850 is plenty, even with an OC'd CPU and GPU's.
    
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post #16 of 24
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for two 580s and everything else? Guru3d recommends a 900+ watt power supply for GTX580's in SLI, more if you overclock. I assume he'll overclock, being that this is OCN an all...


well i wouldn't go any less than 850 although i have seen some say they used 750, i wouldn't.

a good 850-900 would be more than enough.
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What would you guys personally get, the 850w corsair or 1000w vantec?
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post #18 of 24
Corsair HX850 over the no name Vantec.

Look into the Antec HCP-850 if the price is right. Handles these 480s with ease with my sigs clocks.
    
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post #19 of 24
agreed go with with the hx850 modular is the way to go. I wish I had gone modular
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Awesome thanks.
Last question would that mobo be able to handle two 580's? The phantoms take up 3slots each. If not can you recommend me a good one thats not too much more expensive on pccasegear.com?
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