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Hi guys,

I was told if i start my own threat i will get better results.

So if i currently have a 1680x1020 monitor (MAY upgrade to a 1920 res. monitor in a yr or 2)

and play mainly starcraft 2, dota 2 (currently betaing), and diablo 3

how does my build look?

Case: Corsair 600T
CPU : i5 3570K 3.40 GHz (OC to 4.0ghz approx)
Mobo : ASUS P8Z77-V LX (not planning to SLI)
Mem: 8GB DDR3 1600MHz Corsair Vengeance
SSD: Intel 520 120gb
HD: 1 TB regular harddrive
random DVD RW
Radeon HD 7850 2GB
Corsair A50 120mm Fan heatsink
600w Corsair GS

1. My question is, 7850 will be ok with the 600w, but if i were to go 560 TI OC, will it exceeed 600w?

2. Also if i were to do replace my 7850 with a better card 2 yrs down the road, will 600w cutting it?

3. How easy is it to swap power supply?

thanks guys!
 

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Thanks my friend!

To clarify (i'm paranoid), we are talking about a non OC 7850 vs a OC'ed 560 TI and 7850 still wins?

and if i still decide to go with 7850, how much of the 600w psu would be left (please take into consideration the OC to 4.0 ghz approx) because i want to see if 600w is enough.
 

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Originally Posted by darbebo View Post

Thanks my friend!
To clarify (i'm paranoid), we are talking about a non OC 7850 vs a OC'ed 560 TI and 7850 still wins?
and if i still decide to go with 7850, how much of the 600w psu would be left (please take into consideration the OC to 4.0 ghz approx) because i want to see if 600w is enough.
You will be fine with either of the mentioned GPU's above.

The GTX 480 will blow the other 2 GPU's out of the water, and costs less..
You can OC the 480 to 800mhz with no added voltages, this will bring you GTX 580 performance for a crap load less money
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