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am i starting to push my sig rig to hard or is it fine?
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am i starting to push my sig rig to hard or is it fine?

You're fine, shouldn't be too much for that beast. Just make sure you spread out the load over the two rails.
 

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Don't worry at all. You aren't stressing that PSU.
 

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your power supply isnt even breaking a sweat! your good to go, get a 295 for physic x

This.
Would be one hell of a PhysX card.
 

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Guys, have you seen his avatar?

Your best bet for a physx card is a single slot 8800gt/9800gt/gts 250
 
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Guys, have you seen his avatar?

Your best bet for a physx card is a single slot 8800gt/9800gt/gts 250

ya but a gtx295 is future proof
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This.
Would be one hell of a PhysX card.
o it would!!!
 

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I'd say your PSU can handle quite a bit. When I first was running my TRI-SLI I use'd my 750TX for about 3-4 weeks. I had to run the cards at stock settings but it worked.

Believe me I was sure that PSU was going to pop at any time but it did'nt, from what I understand Corsair PSU's can output more wattage than their ratings state they are capable of.

I'd say you have nothing to fear.

Have Fun !!
 

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that thing is playing golf like a CEO, instead of working rofl

get like 6 HDD's
. great rig btw
 

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PSU calculator says 753 watts under full load.

The wattage that eXtreme Outer Vision's PSU calculator displays will change depending on a few different settings, especially Capacitor Aging. The more aging, the more wattage it'll display.

But, if I may ask, how do you "spread out the load over the two rails"? My PSU has 3, but I'm just confused as to how this can be done. I've never heard of such a thing, and so this has really peaked my interest. I want to give it a try.
 
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