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PSU: CM RealPower 620W
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Will it be enought,this PSU,for a second SLI GTX 560 Ti?
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post #2 of 10
possibly although i would recommend a 750w to be safe
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A high end ~600W unit would be enough, your unit is very poor though. You need a new PSU for SLI.
post #4 of 10
Get a corsair/seasonic 600 W +.
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Originally Posted by hotwheels1997 View Post

PSU: CM RealPower 620W
CPU: i5-3570k @4.1Ghz 1.216V
Mobo:Extreme4 Z77 Asrock
GPU:1xGTX 560 Ti (current)
Water Custop Loop:
Pump
XSPC Raystorm
240mm rad
Will it be enought,this PSU,for a second SLI GTX 560 Ti?

Here is a site..one of many that you can fill in and get suggestions. One of the main things to pay attn. on a PSU is that it is 80+ rating...bronze, silver, gold or platinum.

http://www.thermaltake.outervision.com/

I just got this and really like the flat syled cables as they were very easy to manipulate in the case.. http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0090JKL1K/ref=oh_details_o03_s00_i00

Here at overclockers.net we have a calculator to give you a recommendation here ... http://www.overclock.net/t/1140534/psu-calc-final-release

You just don't want to end up with a no-name unit that are known to give out false Wattage numbers which could blow your whole rig...get a reputable one..good luck
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Originally Posted by Original Sin View Post

A high end ~600W unit would be enough, your unit is very poor though. You need a new PSU for SLI.

Follow this guy's advice.
    
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post #7 of 10
Something like this or this would be pretty good for your setup
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That's not my setup,it's my friend's build.He isn't happy with the performance of his single gtx 560 ti and looks to upgrade using as less money as possible.That's why i got my G-650,quality gold rated unit.If i don't get the funds for a new GPU,i'll just go with sli hd 6850 and i'll be half happy with the performance i guess.So,it's a no go with his current PSU?
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Originally Posted by Westfields View Post

Here is a site..one of many that you can fill in and get suggestions. One of the main things to pay attn. on a PSU is that it is 80+ rating...bronze, silver, gold or platinum.

http://www.thermaltake.outervision.com/

I just got this and really like the flat syled cables as they were very easy to manipulate in the case.. http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0090JKL1K/ref=oh_details_o03_s00_i00

Here at overclockers.net we have a calculator to give you a recommendation here ... http://www.overclock.net/t/1140534/psu-calc-final-release

You just don't want to end up with a no-name unit that are known to give out false Wattage numbers which could blow your whole rig...get a reputable one..good luck
My G-650 has the same cables,they're really easy to bend and manipulate indeed.
Edited by hotwheels1997 - 1/28/13 at 4:27pm
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post #9 of 10
Quote:
Originally Posted by hotwheels1997 View Post

That's not my setup,it's my friend's build.He isn't happy with the performance of his single gtx 560 ti and looks to upgrade using as less money as possible.That's why i got my G-650,quality gold rated unit.If i don't get the funds for a new GPU,i'll just go with sli hd 6850 and i'll be half happy with the performance i guess.So,it's a no go with his current PSU?
My G-650 has the same cables,they're really easy to bend and manipulate indeed.

Here are 3 sites that will give you recommended levels for your psu

http://www.thermaltake.outervision.com/

http://support.asus.com/powersupply.aspx and here

http://www.overclock.net/t/1140534/psu-calc-final-release
post #10 of 10
With the slight overclock on the 3570k, and no oc on the gpu's, he may be able to get away with using that power supply
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