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Can Corsair VS650 can run this pc components? HELP!

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May 4, 2013 3:39:59 AM

Good day forum experts!
i need help regarding my powersupply corsair vs650..
can i run this components with an ADDTIONAL 1 harddrives and 1 SSD?

cpu: core i5 3570K
mobo: asus p8z77-m pro
ram: 8gb g.skill 1600mhz
gpu: evga gtx 660 2gb FTW
cooler: corsair h80i
hdd: 500gb western digital
optical drve: samsung dvd writemaster

*ADDITIONAL COMPONENT: 1TB seagate and 120gb Samsung 840 SSD

will my power supply can run the system if I add extra HDD & an SSD?

please help..
thanks in advance..
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May 4, 2013 4:04:05 AM

Hi, yes it can easily run it. If it had enough PCIe connectors, it has enough amps to run two GTX 670's, let alone a single GTX 660. However you don't have enough PCIe connectors to run two 670's, you should have enough to run two 660's (Because I think a 660 uses a single 6 pin).

Your system would not be taking any more than 350-400W under load, so you have plenty of room to overclock and/or add another GTX 660, or add more HDD's/SSD's as you wanted to (Hard drives don't use much power.)
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May 4, 2013 4:05:02 AM

Absolutely good brand off the start.
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May 4, 2013 4:14:13 AM

JJ1217 said:
Hi, yes it can easily run it. If it had enough PCIe connectors, it has enough amps to run two GTX 670's, let alone a single GTX 660. However you don't have enough PCIe connectors to run two 670's, you should have enough to run two 660's (Because I think a 660 uses a single 6 pin).

Your system would not be taking any more than 350-400W under load, so you have plenty of room to overclock and/or add another GTX 660, or add more HDD's/SSD's as you wanted to (Hard drives don't use much power.)



Thanks man for the great share of knowledge. i usually think that my psu VS650 is not enough but you made me think its not true.. another thing man, even i run my corsair h80i fans at 2600rpm is it ok? i have two enermax LED 120mm fans also..

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May 4, 2013 4:19:00 AM

That is quite a bit high. Corsair has programs that allow you to dial down the speeds. Honestly, having it that loud isn't necessary.

http://www.corsair.com/us/hydro-series-h80i-high-perfor...

Go to download, download Corsair Link and install. Also, you could go to Bios and change fan speeds accordingly. Just make sure your CPU doesn't surpass 70-75 degrees celcius. Of course this depends on the CPU -- some lower end AMD cpu's have a max of around 60 degrees.
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May 4, 2013 4:47:16 AM

JJ1217 said:
That is quite a bit high. Corsair has programs that allow you to dial down the speeds. Honestly, having it that loud isn't necessary.

http://www.corsair.com/us/hydro-series-h80i-high-perfor...

Go to download, download Corsair Link and install. Also, you could go to Bios and change fan speeds accordingly. Just make sure your CPU doesn't surpass 70-75 degrees celcius. Of course this depends on the CPU -- some lower end AMD cpu's have a max of around 60 degrees.


i have this software already, i run it at 2600rpm because of hot temp here in my room, do you think it affects my gaming performance and my PSU wattage?
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May 4, 2013 2:43:32 PM

Not by much. 120mm fans take a little bit of power, not much more than 10W.
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