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what would you need to run 2x560 ti's in sli?
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Originally Posted by AliceInChains;12271544 
what would you need to run 2x560 ti's in sli?
a 650 watt psu would be fine......
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Sorry for ninja-ing the thread, but my problem is similar and I thought perhaps someone could enlighten me...

I should probably figure this out after reading this thread, but my lesser mind is incapable of understanding all the crazy PSU values and stuff. So here's my question:

I'm buying a new computer sometime soon. One I'm looking at is made of:
- Intel i5 2500k cpu
- Asrock P67 Pro3 (B3), P67, DDR3, SATA3, USB 3.0, RAID, GBLAN, ATX, LGA1155
- GeForce GTX560Ti Gigabyte 1024MB, DDR5, miniHDMI, 2xDVI, PCI-E Super OC 950/4580

Now my question is. I've got a Chieftec GPS-500AB-A power supply hanging around, unused currently. Can somebody tell me if it can handle the set-up I've mentioned? Or at least the non-SOC version of Gigabyte's 560 ? Or will I need to buy a new PSU?

Thank you in advance smile.gif
post #14 of 17
I went overkill on my PSU. I'll be able to use a few builds on it though.

I have a 560Ti. Pm me.
Edited by frycicle - 5/11/11 at 10:19am
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Originally Posted by misiekm;13465991 
Sorry for ninja-ing the thread, but my problem is similar and I thought perhaps someone could enlighten me...

I should probably figure this out after reading this thread, but my lesser mind is incapable of understanding all the crazy PSU values and stuff. So here's my question:

I'm buying a new computer sometime soon. One I'm looking at is made of:
- Intel i5 2500k cpu
- Asrock P67 Pro3 (B3), P67, DDR3, SATA3, USB 3.0, RAID, GBLAN, ATX, LGA1155
- GeForce GTX560Ti Gigabyte 1024MB, DDR5, miniHDMI, 2xDVI, PCI-E Super OC 950/4580

Now my question is. I've got a Chieftec GPS-500AB-A power supply hanging around, unused currently. Can somebody tell me if it can handle the set-up I've mentioned? Or at least the non-SOC version of Gigabyte's 560 ? Or will I need to buy a new PSU?

Thank you in advance smile.gif

That's probably enough but I would get a higher quality PSU so those parts get good power.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by misiekm;13465991 
Sorry for ninja-ing the thread, but my problem is similar and I thought perhaps someone could enlighten me...

I should probably figure this out after reading this thread, but my lesser mind is incapable of understanding all the crazy PSU values and stuff. So here's my question:

I'm buying a new computer sometime soon. One I'm looking at is made of:
- Intel i5 2500k cpu
- Asrock P67 Pro3 (B3), P67, DDR3, SATA3, USB 3.0, RAID, GBLAN, ATX, LGA1155
- GeForce GTX560Ti Gigabyte 1024MB, DDR5, miniHDMI, 2xDVI, PCI-E Super OC 950/4580

Now my question is. I've got a Chieftec GPS-500AB-A power supply hanging around, unused currently. Can somebody tell me if it can handle the set-up I've mentioned? Or at least the non-SOC version of Gigabyte's 560 ? Or will I need to buy a new PSU?

Thank you in advance smile.gif
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Your PSU does 30A on the 12V rails for the total of 360W.

It should be fine running your new parts however don't overclock your CPU too high. because a heavily overclock i5 2500K with a GTX560TI can consume all 360W of the 12V rails.
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post #17 of 17
Thanks for the answers. That's what I'll do, get the new parts now and then upgrade the PSU in time, when I manage to make some over-the-top cash smile.gif
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