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Is a Corsair RM 750w Gold enough for a 780ti build?

Hello guys. I am building a new machine with a GTX 780ti EVGA Classified, an i7 4930k (water cooled with a Corsair H100i and OC to possibly 4.5ghz), a Rampage IV Black Edition motherboard, and probably a Samsung SSD + a 1TB HD. Also, I am looking into buying a 4 cooler tower, if that's of interest.
My question is, is a Corsair RM 750w Gold going to be enough to safely power the system?
Thank you in advance.
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  1. Yes, that should be enough power going into the system.
  2. Yes it will with no problems but RM series have problems with 5V wire not connected inside so power may bog down.
  3. yup, no problem
  4. Best answer
    Manufacturer recommends 600w PSU for that graphics card so a 750w will be fine.
    Maximum power draw of that card is 250w, which leaves 500w for everything else - - more than enough.
  5. 780ti = 250 W
    i7 4930k = 130 W max

    so YES IT WILL DO THE JOB!
  6. As all the others said, the RM 750w is enough wattage. I have this exact PSU and it is super silent, it's been reliable so far. Before I purchased mine, people were recommending the HX series as they have better capacitors than the RM series. So you may want to throw that into consideration.
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