Threw my system specs into this and with 2 GTX 760s it recommended a little over 500 watts (521 to be exact). 2500k @ 4.4, 1 SSD, 2 HDD, 4 sticks ddr 3 ram, x2 GTX 760, 1 DVD drive, couple 120mm case fans.
People often really over estimate the power needed to run things.
Hm, I guess they really try to sucker people in to buying massive PSUs for no reason, lol.
I think, with my level of technical experience, that I may be better off sticking to a single card for the time being. I've heard of some issues in certain games with SLI, as well. I think I'll be fine just avoiding it for now.
Is this part correct?
I'm pretty sure the only difference between the two GTX 770s below is that one is overclocked and the other is not, right? Otherwise they are the exact same?
Because I can just overclock it myself and save money. O_o
Factory OC cards guarantee stable operation at those speeds, and typically, that means chips that don't comfortably hit those speeds are cut, resulting in a higher average OC. It's mostly just luck though, and yes, you can just overclock it yourself. --- god invented extension cords. -elchris79