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Enough power for Sli GTX 260

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Curious if my current PSU would be powerful enough to run sli GTX 260's

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Samsung 960 Evo 500Gb M.2 Samsung 500Gb 850 Pro 1TB WD black sata 6 XSPC watercooled 
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Windows 10 Ent 64bit BenQ XL2720z Logitech G810 Corsair AX750 Red/Black sleeved cables 
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it will definetly be enough for sli, by the way dont make double threads
    
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Yeah...My bad, Im at work on these slow PIII computers.. I tried starting a thread and it locked up on me
    
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Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveCooling
Samsung 960 Evo 500Gb M.2 Samsung 500Gb 850 Pro 1TB WD black sata 6 XSPC watercooled 
OSMonitorKeyboardPower
Windows 10 Ent 64bit BenQ XL2720z Logitech G810 Corsair AX750 Red/Black sleeved cables 
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Fractal Define S Steelseries Sensei 310 Steelseries QcK+ Logitech G430 
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7700k Asrock z270 Gaming K6 EVGA GTX 1080TI SC Black Edition 16GB Corsair Red LED 3200MHz 
Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveCooling
Samsung 960 Evo 500Gb M.2 Samsung 500Gb 850 Pro 1TB WD black sata 6 XSPC watercooled 
OSMonitorKeyboardPower
Windows 10 Ent 64bit BenQ XL2720z Logitech G810 Corsair AX750 Red/Black sleeved cables 
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Fractal Define S Steelseries Sensei 310 Steelseries QcK+ Logitech G430 
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It will probably be OK. I'm not sure about the quality but it is rated for 60A on the 12V which is a little lower than I would like when paired with an OCed quad. You are probably going to be pushing 600W at full blast, maybe a little less depending on how much the quad is being utilized during gaming. If you were buying new I would point you towards an 800 or 850W with 65A+ but I don't think there should be a problem.
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X25-M 80GB, 320GB WD Scorpio Black Vista x64 2007FP-3007WFP-2007FP-1080p 32" OCN Ducky Brown 
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