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Corsair HX 750W enough for two 780ti SC SLI?

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1 year ago#1
Summoning the power of Shub :-)
1 year ago#2
Yes
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1 year ago#3
I did go to pcpartpicker.com and checked the estimated wattage, but wanted to be sure.
1 year ago#4
850 if you want to be safe, especially if you want to OC them and the CPU.
1 year ago#5
Should be fine.

Good +12v rail on those.
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1 year ago#6
I'd go for 850W, doesn't cost much more, much more room for overclock. I calculated what 780 Classy SLI would come out to and it cut 750 way too close for comfort.
1 year ago#7
I run a 3770K OC'd at 4.5,8 case fans, 2 200mm fans, H110, 2 HDs, 2 SSDs and 2 780 TIs OC'd to around 1200/7600 for 24/7 on an AX850. I can stress it and it's fine, granted you'll never really find a real world application to stress both the GPU and CPU at 100%

Ideally you want to be around 50-70% of the PSUs max for efficiency and cleaner power, but for gaming a 750 would be fine, may wear down the PSU faster but it'll be fine if you don't OC heavily
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1 year ago#8
According to guru3d the whole system will only use 617w on full load. So 750w is more than enough for any kind of overclocking.
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1 year ago#9
Imma go with yep.
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1 year ago#10
Cool, thanks everyone. :-)
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