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Originally Posted by Shodhanth View Post
Seasonic 620 M12
Corsair VX550
Silent Pro M600
Pass on the Cooler Master Silent Pro M600. It's an OK unit but it should be labeled as a 550W unit. And as far as 550W units go, the Corsair VX550 has a slightly better 12V output (492W vs. 480), so you should get that over the Cooler Master. Between the Corsair and the SeaSonic you mentioned, definitely get the SeaSonic. You should also consider the Antec Neo Eco 620, which is mostly the same as the SeaSonic S12II 620, itself mostly the same as the M12II 620, except it's not modular. Also consider the XFX 650W XXX Edition and the Antec TruePower New TP-650.
post #22 of 24
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Will do!
Thanks for all your help!
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post #23 of 24
People are overestimating the 5770's power consumption too much.

A single 5770 uses a hair over 100W at maximum (furmark)
That's less than a 9800GT.


Guru3D's 5770cf test system only drew 423W from the wall under stress
http://www.guru3d.com/article/radeon...review-test/11
(But the OP isn't using an i7 @ 3.75ghz like Guru3D, so his system should draw less)
Edited by sLowEnd - 1/16/11 at 12:41am
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post #24 of 24
My system just barely topped 450W under LinX+Intel Burn Test. I think your dual 5770s will be fine.
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