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Would a 750W PSU run two Evga 560ti FPB?

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Simple Noob question, would a Fatal1ty 750W ( http://www.ocztechnology.com/ocz-750w-fatal1ty-series-power-supply.html )
Run two EVGA 560Ti FPB's? ( http://www.evga.com/products/moreinfo.asp?pn=01G-P3-1561-AR )
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yep, easily i would think. depends on your mobo and proc. and if your oc things. but either way you should be good. drunken.gif(been a good night lol )
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Asking about PSU's is never noobish. Misjudging the power requirement doesn't usually end well.

I run a 560Ti SLI on a 750W PSU (enthusiast-series-tx750-v2-80-plus-bronze-certified-750-watt) And it can handle it fine.
You PSU suggestion has even more Amps on the +12 Rails then the corsair, so you'll do fine smile.gif
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yep, easily i would think. depends on your mobo and proc. and if your oc things. but either way you should be good. drunken.gif(been a good night lol )
That is what i would have thought, but a friend said otherwise cheers.gif
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Asking about PSU's is never noobish. Misjudging the power requirement doesn't usually end well.
I run a 560Ti SLI on a 750W PSU (enthusiast-series-tx750-v2-80-plus-bronze-certified-750-watt) And it can handle it fine.
You PSU suggestion has even more Amps on the +12 Rails then the corsair, so you'll do fine smile.gif
Yeah, well i have been running a 5970 on It and that runs fine, and that is ******* power hungry as all hell.
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