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Is this PSU strong enough to run these specs?

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Processor CPU: Intel i5 2500 3.3Ghz 4 Cores
CPU Cooling: Intel i7 Standard Cooling
Memory: 8GB Viper 1600Mhz Extreme
Motherboard: AsusP8H67-M Pro M-ATX
Sound Card: 8 Chanel OnBoard Sound
Hard Disk 1: 1 Terabyte 3.5" HDD
Hard Disk 2: Optional Extra
Optical Drive 1: Sony 24X DVD Rewriter
Optical Drive 2: Optional Extra
Video Card 1 Main: Nvidia GeForce 1.536GB GTX580
Video Card 2: Optional SLI / Crossfire Configuration
TV Card: Optional Extra
Wireless: Asus 54 MBPS PCI Internal Wifi***
Power Supply: Antec Gamer 620 Watt Power
Operating System: Windows 7 Home Premium 64 Bit
Office Software: Open Office Suite PreInstalled
AntiVirus Software: AVG AntiVirus Free Edition
Keyboard & Mouse: Premium Keyboard & Mouse
Monitor Display: 22" Widescreen with HDMI
Warranty Period: 2 Year Return to Base Warranty
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a 620w with a single gtx 580? Should be fine.
 
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Yes, and don't use Cyberpower or IBuyPower or whoever. Putting a computer together is literally like putting together expensive Lego, it's not worth paying someone else an extra $100-$200 to do it for you.
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