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Can My PSU Handle a GTX580?

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Heyall My friend gave me a 580 he had to replace my 6870. Its working perfectly. I was just wondering if I would have to buy a new PSU to power it.

Power requirements:
Min 600w
42amps 12v rail
some other stuffs

I have a Corsair GS600 THANKS
post #2 of 10
You're perfectly fine with the GS 600.
post #3 of 10
Yes that is fine mate!
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Originally Posted by andrewmchugh View Post
Yes that is fine mate!
Thanks guys. Now what about light Overclocking?
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Originally Posted by Sumatra View Post
Thanks guys. Now what about light Overclocking?
You will be fine over clocking with that PSU to.

I had a Corsair CX600 which is lower quality than yours on my GTX 580 and it was fine over clocking.
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Originally Posted by tarpon31 View Post
You will be fine over clocking with that PSU to.

I had a Corsair CX600 which is lower quality than yours on my GTX 580 and it was fine over clocking.
Awesome Thanks alot!
post #7 of 10
Yes.

(I've been saying this a lot today)
post #8 of 10
Yes.
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Yes.

(I've been saying this a lot today)
Thanks lol.
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