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Is the PSU compatible with the GPU?

Hi,

I was wondering if this PSU can handle this GPU?

Not just if the PSU supplies the GPU with enough Watts, but also, if there is going to be any problem connecting the 2 of the them.


I 've read something about "amps", "rails" etc., had never heard of them before, so if anyone knows, please take a look and let me know if there is going to be ANY problem at all if I buy this PSU for my system?

Thanx in advance for your time :)
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  1. Yes. it will work fine. No problems, plenty of watts.
  2. There are better 750 watt PSU's on the market, the RM makes tier 3 http://www.eggxpert.com/forums/thread/323050.aspx Much better XFX unit http://pcpartpicker.com/part/xfx-power-supply-p1750bbefx
  3. aevm said:
    Yes. it will work fine. No problems, plenty of watts.


    1. What about the rails/amps that everybody keep referring to?

    2. Does the PSU have the necessary PCIe pins for the GPU, one 8-pin and one 6-pin?
  4. Yes it will work. The modular cables are really easy. You will prolly hook a 6 hole connect or maybe two in that card. I wouldnt go lower than a 750 though. Espescially, if you plan on adding anything else. Ive got the Thermaltake 850 modular that Best Buy sells. It has worked out good for me. I use both audio and video cards. Good Luck
  5. Best answer
    1 single +12 volt rail 62.5 amps
    2 Has 4 x 6+2 PCIe power connectors!
  6. rolli59 said:
    1 single +12 volt rail 62.5 amps
    2 Has 4 x 6+2 PCIe power connectors!


    Ok, thank you all for your answers :)
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