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Will the AX850 be enough?
 

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From everything we have seen so far, you should be just fine.

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Remember, the AX850 is rated 850 continuous, not peak like many of the lesser models. Each Titan is rated at 250w. So that leaves you a descent ~300w (leaving some headroom) for everything else. Even so, that is only under full load.

If you plan to do some big overclocking, you may want to look at something a tad bigger, but even then I would think you should be okay unless you are going to do heavy OC'ing on the rig.
 

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I asked this question on the EVGA forums and it seems nearly all recommended a 1000 watt PSU for this config.

Here is the thread: http://www.evga.com/forums/tm.aspx?m=1870558

Now I'm a little scared.
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How long can you run a good PSU, like the AX850, at max capacity before it burns out or dies?
 

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Maybe you should stop asking such question in all the wrong places.... unless you're in the business of probing the general idiocy present on most of those boards, generously populated by "knowledgeable enthusiasts".
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Originally Posted by Sprkd1 View Post

I asked this question on the EVGA forums and it seems nearly all recommended a 1000 watt PSU for this config.

Here is the thread: http://www.evga.com/forums/tm.aspx?m=1870558

Now I'm a little scared.
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How long can you run a good PSU, like the AX850, at max capacity before it burns out or dies?
a 100 000 hours tends to be standard for a decent psu these days which is 11 years nonstop

and and 850 is fine titan isn't the power hog fermi was and even 850 is good enough for 2 of those
 
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