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A good system worth average 700-800 usd.
Buying a 30$ power supply doesn't make sense.
I'd recommand a solid 650 power supply or a decent 700-750 watts for sli gtx 560.
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lol! i think that if it is a good psu, it has the connectors to expand, and it has the power to run what you need, then do it, and that is what i am doing, i have checked, a 650w psu is overkill for a 650 ti, so i think the 630w would be great... i feel confident because of the comment in my sig....
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