Jason Bramham said:
I talked to the distributor and they gave me 10 days to try the 9590 and see if its what I want. If not then I can exchange it for a high 8000s instead. But still 399$ for a 899$ Cpu is kinda nice... and oh I hope my cooler master 850W PSU is good enough for all this.... oh crap lol
Plugging in just the basic parts I assume you will have into the PSU calculator http://www.extreme.outervision.com/PSUEngine:
1x AMD FX 9590
2x sticks of DDR3 RAM
1x 7,200 RPM HDD
2x GTX 780 SLI
1x Flash SSD
4x 120mm case fans
3x USB devices
1x DVD-RW/+RW drive
0 years capacitor aging
...and on stock CPU clock speed of 4.7 GHz, the minimum required wattage at 90% load of all the components running at the same time is 683w and the recommended is 733w.
When the CPU is OC'd to 5.0 GHz, the minimum is 721w and the recommended is 771w.
These figures are assuming everything is running at 85-90% at the same time since it is rare for a CPU and GPU to run at 100% load. The recommended wattage allows for some headroom (extra USB or eSATA devices such as external HDDs, flash drives or controllers) and for the occasional spike to 100% load.
You can add any components youplan on getting to the setup on this PSU calculator to find the exact figure. http://www.extreme.outervision.com/PSUEngine
850w should be enough assuming it is 80-plus rated (and that CM makes decent quality PSUs) since the max recommended wattage is only 771w if the 9590 is OC'd to 5.0 GHz. You should have enough headroom to either add additional HDDs or OC the GPUs.