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Will HX750 cut it?

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I currently have a hx750. I have planed upgrades and am wondering if it will hold up.

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post #2 of 5
You are 100% fine. I wouldn't even say that you were cutting it close.
    
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You got a lot of peripherals in there; but I say that you still got some headroom on that PSU.

Unless someone wants to correct me, Corsair tends to underrate their power supplies
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post #4 of 5
A 5850 only takes 150 watts, so lets just say 200 for it being overclocked. The 1090T takes 125 watts but lets just say 200 for the hell of it.

thats 400+200 = 600 watts, all your peripherals really won't add up to 150 and I'm still thinking "worse case scenario" on your gpu/cpu.

And yeah, corsair does underrate their PSU's.
    
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post #5 of 5
Your good I have two GTX470's basically in my system and I've been fine. Your 5850's will consume less power also.
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