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So I just purchased another GTX570. Its msi and doesnt look as good as the EVGA but for the price cant complain. But Iam not sure if my PSU can handle it
I have a
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817171037

As of right now theres no OC on anything in the system but within the month i plan on it.

And if i have to get another PSU anyone able to recommend a PSU that is modular with the flat cables. Thanks
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It's an okay PSU, you should be able to handle it.
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I wouldnt go with a 700 watt for 2 570's. To be safe you would need an 850 watt at least.
Nvidia recommends at least a 600watt for a single 570, and at full load a 570 draws about 225 watts, so 600+225=825. You would need a 850 to be safe and then you would have pretty much no room to overclock if you were being safe. To me, dropping 700$ on cards is worth the 200$ for a nice quality PSU. Now of course this is overkill, but then again most PSU's have best efficiency at 70-80% load. Most of the time when peoples PSU are overdrawn, they blow taking almost everything else with it (most of the time).
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So I just purchased another GTX570. Its msi and doesnt look as good as the EVGA but for the price cant complain. But Iam not sure if my PSU can handle it
I have a
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817171037

As of right now theres no OC on anything in the system but within the month i plan on it.

And if i have to get another PSU anyone able to recommend a PSU that is modular with the flat cables. Thanks
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Go here and check out the PSU's on the 1k list.
http://www.overclock.net/power-suppl...-supplies.html
    
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post #6 of 6
It should be fine. Two stock 570s will draw 350-375W from the PSU under a normal gaming load. That leaves you ample room for the CPU and the rest of your computer. I think you'll be fine overclocking the CPU but don't overclock the GPUs.

This isn't an ideal setup and the usual recommendation for two 570s is a good 750W unit, but your Cooler Master Silent Pro M700 will work.
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