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post #1 of 9
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Hey guys.
Just wondering, will 800 watts be enough to run a HD6950 (with the 6970 BIOS) and a GTS 250 for physX well?
post #2 of 9
If it's a good 800W PSU, yes, it'll be plenty. What PSU is it?
post #3 of 9
It could easily crossfire two 6950s. So yeah, you're pretty safe.
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No idea. It says CyberPower on the side. i ordered this rig from them
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A quality 800W is sufficient.
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Originally Posted by pangolinman View Post
No idea. It says CyberPower on the side. i ordered this rig from them
Can you get a picture of the label and/or include some sort of name?

I was able to find this.

http://www.cyberpowerpc.com/forum/fo...?TID=2721&PN=2

Does the seventh post down look like your PSU? It looks like it'd be good enough based on the numbers but I don't know if that's a poor unit or a decent one.
post #7 of 9
I'm familiar with the Cyberpower 800W. It's a sham.


It involves three companies: Cyberpower, Ultra, and Andyson. Long story short: intrigue, confusion, ancient burial ground, ghost ship Marie Celeste, and a talking dog, and somehow we ended up with an obsolete 500W Andyson half-bridge unit bearing the Cyberpower brand and the model # of an Ultra unit that's supposed to be a decent Andyson 800W based on a modern double forward topology.

"Oops."


Short story short, it's a piece of crap.
post #8 of 9
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Originally Posted by Phaedrus2129 View Post
I'm familiar with the Cyberpower 800W. It's a sham.


It involves three companies: Cyberpower, Ultra, and Andyson. Long story short: intrigue, confusion, ancient burial ground, ghost ship Marie Celeste, and a talking dog, and somehow we ended up with an obsolete 500W Andyson half-bridge unit bearing the Cyberpower brand and the model # of an Ultra unit that's supposed to be a decent Andyson 800W based on a modern double forward topology.

"Oops."


Short story short, it's a piece of crap.
Take it from the PSU Guru, don't trust your components to that PSU!

Spend a little $$$ and put a quality 750W in there
post #9 of 9
Actually he could run that on a decent 550W.
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