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750 watt enough for future upgrades?

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i plan to get a corsair 750 watt power supply for my new build: 780i, e8400, 4gb ram, 2x 500gb hard drives, and a 8800gts g92. i will overclock processor and graphics card

will this be enough power to maybe upgrade ram, add drives, and a second 8800gts in the future?
post #2 of 14
Oh yeah, that PSU will handle just about anything you could throw at it. It's one of the best in that range.
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yes it will power it, with no problems
    
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sweet, thanks. i just wanted to make sure so that i didnt have to go get a new one when i decide to go sli
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sweet, thanks. i just wanted to make sure so that i didnt have to go get a new one when i decide to go sli
i bet you this PSU could run 3 8800GTS 512 mb correct me if im wrong shinji2k
    
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post #6 of 14
yup. Its a great PSU too.
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post #7 of 14
Thats a great PSU should last you alonggg time
    
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i bet you this PSU could run 3 8800GTS 512 mb correct me if im wrong shinji2k
That would be cutting it very tightly, but it probably could... maybe.
post #9 of 14
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awsome. thx guys!
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Originally Posted by A Russian :D View Post
i bet you this PSU could run 3 8800GTS 512 mb correct me if im wrong shinji2k
Heh, I can't see why it wouldn't paired with the e8400. But then, it would be kind of silly to have 3 of them
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