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7770 crossfire on a 430 watt psu?

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I doubt its possible but could my bequiet purepower L8 430watt power crossfire 7770s. I didnt think there would be any chance whatsoever until I saw this http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/HIS/HD_7750_7770_CrossFire/21.html , which states a maximum power consumption of 159 watts which is less than a 6870 and iv heard of people powering a 6870 on a 430 watt psu.

I wouldnt be overclocking and I dont have a particularly power hungry system. As I said I doubt its possible but some other peoples thoughts would be appreciated.
    
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It would be close but at only 159w at full load I actually think you could.
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I doubt its possible but could my bequiet purepower L8 430watt power crossfire 7770s. I didnt think there would be any chance whatsoever until I saw this http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/HIS/HD_7750_7770_CrossFire/21.html , which states a maximum power consumption of 159 watts which is less than a 6870 and iv heard of people powering a 6870 on a 430 watt psu.
I wouldnt be overclocking and I dont have a particularly power hungry system. As I said I doubt its possible but some other peoples thoughts would be appreciated.

Perfectly fine... feel free to overclock as well.
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