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currently using radeon 6670 2gb (overclocked).
So after buying a new one and overclocking the CPU will the psu hold the load. redface.gif
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It should. I ran my 4.6GHz 6300 and 1050MHz 7850 off that same unit you have, but I wouldn't trust it long term myself. Intel is quite a bit more energy efficient than AMD, so you'll be in decent shape.
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Originally Posted by metalhead400 View Post

currently using radeon 6670 2gb (overclocked).
So after buying a new one and overclocking the CPU will the psu hold the load. redface.gif

that cpu can be oced with a B75 motherboard unless you OC it some mhz... for sure it will work
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