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How Many Watts does it require to run 4 GTX 770's?

i am currently buying 3 but im just wondering if i buy 4 gtx 770's whats the required power supply or power source or whatever it is how many watts or what kind of power source does it require?,and please can you suggest a power supply for me in the link not in other Websites because i am currently in the PH and cannot order anywhere except the website below thanks for the answers and should i pick the Radeon 6990 over the GTX 770

Proccesor
http://pcx.com.ph/intel-core-i7-4770k.html
Motherboard
http://pcx.com.ph/asus-maximus-vi-extreme.html
2x Memory Of RAM
http://pcx.com.ph/gskill-ripjawsx-8gbx2-1600mhz-f3-12800cl10d-16gbxl.html
3x Graphics Card
http://pcx.com.ph/vc-asus-gtx680-2gb-ddr5-256b-gtx680-dc2o-2gd5.html
2x Internal Hard Disk
http://pcx.com.ph/seagate-3tb-7200rpm-3-5-sata-st3000dm001.html
Optical Drives
http://pcx.com.ph/liteon-ihas-524-24x-sata-lt-blk.html
Power Supply
http://pcx.com.ph/corsair-hx1050w-1050w-80-silver-modular.html
Sound Card
http://pcx.com.ph/asus-xonar-dgx-5-1-pci-e.htm
Water Cooler
http://pcx.com.ph/antec-khuler-h2o-920.html
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  1. I would suggest going for a LGA 2011 build since the LGA 1155 doesn't have enough PCI lanes to run 3+ GPU's effectively.

    A GTX 770 draws around 195w from the wall, so i'd suggest you buying a 1200w 80+ PSU or more.
  2. SimonGranstrom said:
    I would suggest going for a LGA 2011 build since the LGA 1155 doesn't have enough PCI lanes to run 3+ GPU's effectively.

    A GTX 770 draws around 195w from the wall, so i'd suggest you buying a 1200w 80+ PSU or more.
    if i buy 4 would this be okay http://pcx.com.ph/zalman-zm-1250-1250w-80-platinum-sli-modular.html or this one http://pcx.com.ph/components/power-supply/antec-hcp-1200-1200w-80-gold-sli-mod.html
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    Your graphics card link is for a 3-slot gtx 680, not a gtx 770.

    With three of those or 4 dual-slot gtx 770s, you won't have room for a sound card.

    Also, is this going to be a Folding rig or something? For a gaming rig, it's generally not worthwhile to use more than 2 gpus because performance doesn't scale well past 2.
  4. MauveCloud said:
    Your graphics card link is for a 3-slot gtx 680, not a gtx 770.

    With three of those or 4 dual-slot gtx 770s, you won't have room for a sound card.

    Also, is this going to be a Folding rig or something? For a gaming rig, it's generally not worthwhile to use more than 2 gpus because performance doesn't scale well past 2.

    whats a folding rig?,and if i buy 3 i have no room for a sound card?
  5. A folding rig is a computer built for the primary purpose of running Folding@home.
    There are a number of other GPGPU projects that can benefit from more than 2 video cards, but Folding is one of the better known ones on hardware sites (even if it isn't listed in that wikipedia article)

    With 3 dual-slot video cards, you'd have at least one slot left for a sound card (possibly two if you have a case with eight expansion slots and space out the video cards). With 4 dual-slot video cards, you'd need at least 8 case expansion slots, and with 3 triple-slot video cards, you'd need at least 9 case expansion slots, and in neither case would you have room for a sound card. In several of those cases, one or more of the video cards would limit the airflow available to other video cards.

    If your site offers pci-express extension cables, you could custom-build a frame for mounting the video cards and still be able to install a sound card, but not many people really need a discrete sound card - onboard sound is often good enough.
  6. MauveCloud said:
    A folding rig is a computer built for the primary purpose of running Folding@home.
    There are a number of other GPGPU projects that can benefit from more than 2 video cards, but Folding is one of the better known ones on hardware sites (even if it isn't listed in that wikipedia article)

    With 3 dual-slot video cards, you'd have at least one slot left for a sound card (possibly two if you have a case with eight expansion slots and space out the video cards). With 4 dual-slot video cards, you'd need at least 8 case expansion slots, and with 3 triple-slot video cards, you'd need at least 9 case expansion slots, and in neither case would you have room for a sound card. In several of those cases, one or more of the video cards would limit the airflow available to other video cards.

    If your site offers pci-express extension cables, you could custom-build a frame for mounting the video cards and still be able to install a sound card, but not many people really need a discrete sound card - onboard sound is often good enough.
    1 last question on your motto i guess its called? whats the difference between the Seagate 4tb and Samsung 840 Pro 256GB? can you like put both in a motherboard or something?
  7. It's called a signature, though some here put some kind of motto there, so I can understand your confusion. The Samsung 840 Pro is a Solid State Drive (SSD), which has much better performance than a mechanical hard drive, especially when it comes to access times, but is also more expensive per gigabyte. It's fairly common around here to pair a small (or perhaps 256GB should be considered medium-sized) high-performance SSD with a high-capacity mechanical drive (which is what my Seagate 4TB is). The OS and sometimes a few games go on the SSD, while things that need more space (like home videos to be edited) and/or don't need much performance (like email client and browser) can go on the HDD.
  8. MauveCloud said:
    It's called a signature, though some here put some kind of motto there, so I can understand your confusion. The Samsung 840 Pro is a Solid State Drive (SSD), which has much better performance than a mechanical hard drive, especially when it comes to access times, but is also more expensive per gigabyte. It's fairly common around here to pair a small (or perhaps 256GB should be considered medium-sized) high-performance SSD with a high-capacity mechanical drive (which is what my Seagate 4TB is). The OS and sometimes a few games go on the SSD, while things that need more space (like home videos to be edited) and/or don't need much performance (like email client and browser) can go on the HDD.

    so i can put them both in one motherboard?
  9. Yes, you can connect both to the same motherboard.
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