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Im starting a new build at some point this month or next, and needed some input, I currently have Silverstone Strider Gold 1000Watt PSU and Might plan on going Tri Fire 8970's or Tri SLI 780s depending on whats better would i be able to run that with my 1000wat psu and 3930K
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Im starting a new build at some point this month or next, and needed some input, I currently have Silverstone Strider Gold 1000Watt PSU and Might plan on going Tri Fire 8970's or Tri SLI 780s depending on whats better would i be able to run that with my 1000wat psu and 3930K

I think you should have plenty of power for that set up.. but again it is going to depend on the amount of overclock and other items you have in rig...
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Well would it be able to handle overclocks as well? and id be running a pump, 2 HDD's 1-3 SSD's, and several fans..
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I really believe you could. With Nvidia the titan is 250 watts max so 780 would be less than this. then cpu would be max 150 watts you did not list enough items extra to make a difference on this. I also would think the 780 would be about 225 watts. but now on the amd cards I am not sure but without doing some more research I can not give you a answer 100%.
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