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can this power a i7 950 and a 8800gtx?

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hey guys, getting a second rig up and running for a backup, is this good enough?

http://www.scan.co.uk/products/500w-silverstone-sst-st50f-es-strider-psu-silent-80-plus-atx-12v-23-24x7-use-ready!

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yup! thumb.gif
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is it worth the extra £10 for the 600w version?
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open air bench 
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
4790k 5ghz 1.392v gigabyte z97 soc force 780ti classified skill ripjawz 
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plextor m5 pro 128gb none water cooler master 1200w silent pro gold 
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open air bench 
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post #4 of 4
umm, that would give you more room for expansion, but you dont need it. if you think you are going to get a power hungry video card in the future, or overclock the heck out of your system, then you should get it, but if not, the 500W should suffice.
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