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Are you sure
I'm not arguing with ya bud. But I was thinking 650W isn't enough for two 570 in sli


yeah, this is one of the best 650watt PSU's ever made. It will be close, but iit will work fine.
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correct.

I would have put 470s on mine if i didnt just sell it... (i also dont have a i7)

560s in a month or two would probably be smarter though
Yea, I think I am going to wait for the 560's, because my gpus "aren't eligible for step up." I was pretty sure that when i got them the were, but whatever
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Totally agree. Seasonic X-650 is one of the best PSU of any wattage.
570SLI will be close, but it will work fine. Just don't OC the 570s.

Now if you Prime 95 with Furmark running simultaneoulsy, then you may have problem.

Gaming will never get close to what Furmark pulls from you PSU.

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yeah, this is one of the best 650watt PSU's ever made. It will be close, but iit will work fine.
    
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I hate to repeat myself but everybody should seriously read the topic I posted a link to earlier: http://www.overclock.net/power-suppl...own-470-a.html
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yeah, this is one of the best 650watt PSU's ever made. It will be close, but it will work fine.
yeah, I think you're right!
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