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Is my PSU enough for 2 770's in SLI?

My PSU is the Corsair HX750, which is 750W with 80 PLUS Gold certification.

My current build is a Haswell i7, Corsair H100i cooler, an optical drives, and two hard drives (one HDD, one SDD). My GPU is an EVGA Superclocked 2GB 770.

I just ordered an additional EVGA Superclocked 2GB 770 to run in SLI with the other one.

My issues are mainly cost and the pain of re-doing my cable management (which I slaved away on for hours on end).

Will 750W be enough? I'm hoping that my PSU is high quality enough that I won't need to re-do everything.

Thanks in advance.
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  1. Sure, it won't use more than 700w all the system draw
  2. Yep, good PSU, and it should handle SLI just fine.
  3. Will it be fine, even if I expect the system to run at high/full loads? I plan on doing triple monitor gaming with it.
  4. el1dan said:
    Will it be fine, even if I expect the system to run at high/full loads? I plan on doing triple monitor gaming with it.


    Yes - you have plenty of +12v amps(62) for 2 - 770's in SLI. An older design 750 that had less of
    it's tot power to the +12v rail might be an issue, but not here.
  5. I'm with toy u got enought juice for 2x of those badboyz
  6. Best answer
    Quality power , no problem with 770 SLI.
  7. That's right
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