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After reading this article: http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/EVGA/GTX_650_Ti_Boost_SC/24.html
I am convinced I want to buy two of these. The maximum power each card draws is stated to be 134 watts. If I get a 3570k + a 600watt platinum rated PSU is that enough to power all of this? I will have a bluray drive+ gigabyte mobo udh3+ ssd+ regular hard drive.
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After reading this article: http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/EVGA/GTX_650_Ti_Boost_SC/24.html
I am convinced I want to buy two of these. The maximum power each card draws is stated to be 134 watts. If I get a 3570k + a 600watt platinum rated PSU is that enough to power all of this? I will have a bluray drive+ gigabyte mobo udh3+ ssd+ regular hard drive.

You should be good to go with that configuration. What model PSU are you looking at?
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For that much you could get a Kingwin str-500 that IMO will power the components that you want. Its just a suggestion i think its a really cool psu.
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That Fractal Design Newton R3 is quite nice, if ever so slightly pricey.

A less-expensive option worth considering is the Rosewill Fortress. It''s built on the same 80-PLUS Platinum platform from ANTG that said Newton R3 is, but costs over a third less.
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thanks dude do you think that will be sufficient for the two 650 ti SC
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thanks dude do you think that will be sufficient for the two 650 ti SC

The 650w Fortress model that I linked to previously would be more than enough for two GTX 650 Ti BOOST cards.
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whats with all the DOA though? i don't want to get something that will die quickly.
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