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Seasonic SS400BT PSU (400 watt) enough for nvidia 650 ti ?

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October 27, 2013 1:50:04 PM

I have moderate knowledge on this matter but my system specs are.......
-E 7500 Intel Core 2 Duo@2.93 Ghz,
-2 GB RAM (will be upgrading to 4 GB soon)
-Stock Delta Electronics PSU 280 watt

I am planning to purchase 650 ti and Seasonic SS400BT PSU.....I want to know if 400 watt power will be sufficient for it? or you can suggest some more productive combo.Thanks in advance.

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October 27, 2013 1:59:39 PM
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Yes, it will be enough. The GTX650Ti has a single 6-pin PCIe cable. To remain in spec, it can draw no more than 150W (75W from the mobo and 75W from that cable). It actually only draws up to 110W (running flat out), leaving 290W for the rest of your system. You're good to go.
October 27, 2013 2:21:23 PM

Onus said:
Yes, it will be enough. The GTX650Ti has a single 6-pin PCIe cable. To remain in spec, it can draw no more than 150W (75W from the mobo and 75W from that cable). It actually only draws up to 110W (running flat out), leaving 290W for the rest of your system. You're good to go.


Ok... I was little worried and on tight budget...didn't wanted to compromise on seasonic since I believe its best quality ....Thanks :) 
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