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NZXT Hale90 650W - enough power?

post #1 of 6
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Will a NZXT 650W be enough to power an overclocked phenom II x6 1090T, with crossfire 6870's & a gts 450 as ded physX?

I really want a white PSU [I have a white NZXT Phantom case] & The NZXT 650W is the only white one I can find, I tried looking for the 750/850 version but couldn't find it.
post #2 of 6
Yes it is enough, but i've not heard much about those PSU's which isn't good.

I know it's nice to have white, but you'd be better off going with an antec or corsair.

Comps
post #3 of 6
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Originally Posted by compuman145 View Post
Yes it is enough, but i've not heard much about those PSU's which isn't good.

I know it's nice to have white, but you'd be better off going with an antec or corsair.

Comps
Gold certified
It's in the recommened PSU faq
OC3D is using them in their new builds
Reviews seem to be pretty good

Just wasn't sure if it would be enough to power this rig.
post #4 of 6
Oh yeah, you'll be golden in that case (excuse the pun)

C
post #5 of 6
650w is fine, and the NZXT Hales are good units.
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post #6 of 6
Yup, same Superflower platform as in the Kingwin LZG units. Very solid 80+ Gold platform. And 650W is plenty.
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