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post #11 of 15
The x650 will be enough overhead, Should be perfect for 5870/6870 xfire plus I'm sure he's going to stick with the 5770 xfire for enough amount of time that there will be higher performance cards that draw the same wattage in whatever AMD/NVidia's lineup by next year or whenever he decides to upgrade.
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Your whole system will pull about 380watts +/-50 watts. The X560 will be just fine.
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I ran two 5770s for a while on a OCZ fatality 550W
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I just got rid of my other 5770.
Both of them ran just fine overclocked with my Quad core overclocked and with a Rocketfish 500 watt psu.

You'll be fine with your psu.
    
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post #15 of 15
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Cool guys thanks for all the help. I may just go for the x650 instead if I need to shave some money off the final price.
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