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Xfire 6970's with 850W enough power?

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is Thermaltake Black Widow W0319RU 850W ATX, enough juice to support 2x HD6970 in Xfire?
    
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Yes, you safe
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Definitely.
    
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A quality 650w would be fine, 850 is definitely fine.
    
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your fine the thermaltake psus are pretty decent for the price.
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yay! awsome i figured but wanted to be sure haha. i thought a 1000w was just overkill. i appreciate it guys thanks again.
    
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6970s pull 600 watts in CFX.
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Yup no worries on that.
     
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