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post #11 of 24
PSU Calc v1.1 sez you need 425W with what you posted try it out for yourself http://www.overclock.net/t/1140534/psu-calc-final-release/0_20
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Thanks for the feedback! Online PSU Calculators said I need 630 something watts if I OC my CPU. That's why I was worried. Also they say to reduce some 30% from watts written in the label and also warn that PSU's output watts reduce in 1 year. All these made me to worry. Thanks for the PSU-Calc link smile.gif Thanks guys. Maybe I'll hit the maximum if I OC my CPU and GPU. But I think I'll not do it.rolleyes.gif
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post #13 of 24
Did you try the calculator I posted a link for? with what you posted +40% oc Im only showing 475watts the calc I posted lets you search the exact items you have for a real close est give it a try no use buying something you don't need.
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don't need to stinkin calculator! tongue.gif

I do mine all in my head. smile.gif
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post #15 of 24
Your definitely fine with that Seasonic 620W. My sig rig pulls no more than 230W when playing Bad Company 2. Still, if you don't want to keep guessing all the time I'd highly recommend investing in a P3 P4400 kill-a-watt meter. That will tell you exactly what your system is pulling from the wall. I bought one to help with underclocking and undervolting my SFF HTPC build and it comes in quite handy.
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post #16 of 24
I'm using the same CPU and GPU on an over four year old 610W PSU with more hard drives, so there you go.
post #17 of 24
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Thanks for the feedback guys! Am really satisfied now!
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Originally Posted by AMD_Freak View Post

Did you try the calculator I posted a link for?

I used some online calculator (http://www.thermaltake.outervision.com/index.jsp). The results scared me. But now, after hearing all this, I'm happy smile.gif
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Originally Posted by Ben the OCer View Post

Your definitely fine with that Seasonic 620W. My sig rig pulls no more than 230W when playing Bad Company 2. Still, if you don't want to keep guessing all the time I'd highly recommend investing in a P3 P4400 kill-a-watt meter. That will tell you exactly what your system is pulling from the wall. I bought one to help with underclocking and undervolting my SFF HTPC build and it comes in quite handy.

Thanks for that link! I'm gonna defiantly buy one! It'll help in many other stuff too! smile.gif
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post #18 of 24
the seasonic will be more then enough

its a good quality psu with all the needed protections in place if its over drawn it will shut off and save you pc

and you can really run 2 560 ti's on that psu or even a heavily clocked 580
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post #19 of 24
The Seasonic PSU's are usually very good, and can supply their rated wattage.
    
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post #20 of 24
I have a seasonic based 610W (PC Power and Cooling) and have a 2500k (on the way) and a single 560ti. Considering 560ti SLI once I get my 2500k installed. GURU3d recommends a 700W PSU minimum for 560ti sli, and 800W for overclocking. I imagine you guys recommend the same.
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