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Case size and enough power for GTX 770

Hi Guys,
Im getting a new graphic card for my PC. I am getting a EVGA Superclocked GTX 770 2GB
The only thing im worrying about is mp computer case size which is a Mini Atx. And i have a 500W Power supply. And the the description says i need 600W. So i am going to be grabbing a 600W+ PSU but I am unsure as i want to know if some PSU dont work with some GPUs cause i dont want to be spending money on stuff that wont work naturally.

http://www.newegg.ca/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814130921
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  1. Which PC case?

    I should say, I have a reference GTX 680 (later rebranded GTX 770) crammed into a Silverstone SG05 case (probably the smallest ITX case available).

    I would say, though, your card is probably a bit longer than mine.
  2. pauls3743 said:
    Which PC case?

    I should say, I have a reference GTX 680 (later rebranded GTX 770) crammed into a Silverstone SG05 case (probably the smallest ITX case available).

    I would say, though, your card is probably a bit longer than mine.


    http://pakbiz.com/profile/Zantek-International-Limited/Zantek-computer-case-ZC9006_PID11453.html
    this is the one i got not like a big fancy one.
  3. I really don't see it being a problem.

    Compared to the case I squeezed my 680 into, yours is massive.

    Here's mine http://www.silverstonetek.com/product.php?pid=210
  4. pauls3743 said:
    I really don't see it being a problem.

    Compared to the case I squeezed my 680 into, yours is massive.

    Here's mine http://www.silverstonetek.com/product.php?pid=210


    And What about Power supply?
  5. Best answer
    As long as it's a quality 80+ power supply from the likes of Antec, XFX, Corsair, Be Quiet, etc 500W is more than enough.

    Hell, my GTX680 is paired with a i5-3570K @ 4.2Ghz. It's powered by a Silverstone 450W power supply and draws ~370W from the wall under load.
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