Originally Posted by ocpokey
It's enough but you'll be towards the high end if you do lots OCing and have lots of drives and fans, which is ok since it's a quality unit and rated to run continuously.
Remember 719W is from the wall, assuming an 84% efficiency that's only 603W to the system. So there is still some headroom to play with. I believe the 2500 non-K is the same as the K just with a locked multi right? So 95W architecture will definitely give you extra room to play with powerwise.
I have acouple fans, but I'm only using 1 HDD and 1 Dvd drive atm. I'll probably not buy a new HDD in awhile since 1.5TB is far more than enough for me. Probably not going down the SSD route either until they're much cheaper.
Originally Posted by Phaedrus2129
I usually recommend an 850W, but a 750W probably won't have any major problems. Just be very, very careful overclocking.
... Actually, why are you even thinking about SLI 580s, you only need that for 2560x1600 or three monitor surround.
How much worse would a 570 SLI run at 1080p? I'm probably staying at this resolution for a long time.
Please don't reccomend a single card set up, I've been really thinking of SLI for quite some time.Edited by LivingChampion - 3/11/11 at 4:41pm