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Hey guys do I need a new psu for a 6950?,my specs are described in my sig.
I'm running a 600W thermaltake purepower.

Is the 6950 more power consuming than the 4850x2?,The 4850x2 was one of the highest power consumers when I got it.

What do you guys recommend?

Thanks in advance.
 
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post #2 of 19
You're fine for a single 6950, might be boarder line for Xfire.
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post #3 of 19
AMD recommends a PSU that has a peak capacity of 500W for a system that has one 6950 in it, so it's all good.
Edited by TwoCables - 10/26/11 at 11:33am
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post #4 of 19
Yes it should handle it easily, it's a good CWT built psu.

Or am I looking at the wrong one http://hardocp.com/article/2008/06/0...ower_rx_600w/1 ?
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post #5 of 19
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Originally Posted by andrewmchugh View Post
You're fine for a single 6950, might be boarder line for Xfire.
Does the 2gb version consume more than the 1gb? cause I wanna unlock to 6970 so I'll go for the 2gb one.
 
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post #6 of 19
Quote:
Originally Posted by PcG_AmD View Post
Hey guys do I need a new psu for a 6950?,my specs are described in my sig.
I'm running a 600W thermaltake purepower.

Is the 6950 more power consuming than the 4850x2?,The 4850x2 was one of the highest power consumers when I got it.

What do you guys recommend?

Thanks in advance.
No need to upgrade PSU for a single 6950, it draws approx 170w on full load.
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Originally Posted by Kasp1js View Post
Yes it should handle it easily, it's a good CWT built psu.

Or am I looking at the wrong one http://hardocp.com/article/2008/06/0...ower_rx_600w/1 ?
No, I'm thinking of the wrong PSU.


Quote:
Originally Posted by PcG_AmD View Post
Does the 2gb version consume more than the 1gb? cause I wanna unlock to 6970 so I'll go for the 2gb one.
Not enough to worry.
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post #8 of 19
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Quote:
Originally Posted by TwoCables View Post
While I would never dare recommend this PSU to anyone, its capacity is enough. Just don't overclock the 6950 (the 6900 series loves to become very power hungry when overclocked).

AMD recommends a PSU that has a peak capacity of 500W for a system that has one 6950 in it, so you're ok. However again, try to avoid overclocking. Even if the capacity is enough, I don't trust the internals of this PSU.
I'm not thinking of overclocking it but I was thinking about unlocking to 6970 but I just found out about that so I have no idea about how to do it and if it involves overclocking or not.
 
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post #9 of 19
I was thinking of the wrong PSU. It's not a bad unit.
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post #10 of 19
Quote:
Originally Posted by PcG_AmD View Post
I'm not thinking of overclocking it but I was thinking about unlocking to 6970 but I just found out about that so I have no idea about how to do it and if it involves overclocking or not.
You're fine because even unlocked and overclocked to 6970 it still has the power limitations of a 6950 (200w or something like that vs. 250w for the 6970?).

I'm running my sig rig, fully decked out overclocked and unlocked on both 6950s, and I never broke 500w at the outlet (using a Kill-a-watt) during intense dual-GPU gaming in eyefinity.
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