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So I sold most of my main rig to a friend today and helped him upgrade his rig. In the process he needed to buy my psu which I didnt intend to sell but now that I have I am going to get a modular one so I can finally have a sleeved psu.

I need to know what wattage should be fine for the following additional parts to my sig.

I am getting a i5 2500k, p67-ud4p, 4gb of ddr3 ram, another 1tb drive (storage), another 5870 (prob a few months down the road) and plan to go to water at some point. So add in 6 120cm fans for push pull on a 360 rad.

So now I need a modular psu that can power all that.

Would this 760w power all that?

If not how much wattage would I need and what psu would you choose? It needs to be from microcenter in duluth GA so I dont have to wait 6 days to build my pc.
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Yes it would, the seasonic X series is very, very good. A decent 650w unit can run a pair of GPUs on a clocked i7, this gives you 100w (or about 8 amps) of 12v spare to run your pump and extra fans. Can you say "Plenty"?
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Yes it would, the seasonic X series is very, very good. A decent 650w unit can run a pair of GPUs on a clocked i7, this gives you 100w (or about 8 amps) of 12v spare to run your pump and extra fans. Can you say "Plenty"?
K thought so just wanted a second to that. I was almost thinking of upping to 850 just to be safe but the seasonic is so dang nice
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