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Can my current psu handle sapphire HD7750?

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September 2, 2013 1:30:58 PM

i recently bought a new cpu (amd trinity a8 5600k) and was planning to get sapphire hd7750 to use as dual graphics, my question is that can my psu handle the sapphire hd7750? i got my psu along with the cpu casing it shows 650w max with 28A on 3.3v, 28a on +12v and 0.5a on -12v, if it helps here are my set up

motherboard: gigabyte f2a75m-d3h
Memory: 8gb RAM 2x4gb
Hardisk: seagate 500 gb
Optical: 24x liteon dvdrw sata

got no other fans installed beside the stock cooler on the apu, i can remove the optical drive or should i buy another psu? if i should buy, what do you guys suggest is a good but cheap psu? thanks

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September 2, 2013 1:55:32 PM

should be enough.
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September 2, 2013 2:00:06 PM

So you want to crossfire? If you do, then maybe you would need to get a 750w, but I'm not quite sure
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September 2, 2013 2:21:33 PM

You could do that on a 300 watt PSU provided it's a good quality one.

Since yours came with the case, I'm going to assume it doesn't run at its claimed power output. Still that leaves you with a lot of headroom
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September 4, 2013 9:15:02 PM

thanks for the answer guys
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