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HELP! What PSU DO I NEED FOR A ZOTAC AMP GTX 780 ti? Will 750W 80+ efficiency cut it?

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August 15, 2014 7:33:04 PM

I am upgrading my system with a CX750M corsair PSU, ZOTAC AMP OC 3GB 780 ti, i7 4790k ghz. Links below:

PSU: http://www.ebuyer.com/429987-corsair-cxm-750w-semi-modu...

CPU: http://www.ebuyer.com/645546-intel-core-i7-4790k-4ghz-s...

GPU: http://www.ebuyer.com/642890-zotac-gtx-780-ti-oc-3gb-gd...

The reason, is because I saw a review of the above GPU and they used a 1200W PSU and they said it consumed 400+ watts with metro last light @1080p at max (at load basically), now will the above PSU do just fine even at load or do I have a problem? Remember that I don't intend on overclocking at all!

Thanks for answers, and feel free to ask for more info, it's also good to know I know a lot regarding PCs so don't worry too much regarding technicalities, lol :p 

Also, last note, my motherboard is a mini ATX ASUS H81 chipset, which I am going to put into a full ATX case, my budget is high but I genuinely don't want to spend money on a new mobo if I can help it, as I said I don't want to overclock, I won't change any BIOS etc, just keeping it the way it is. And I'm currently spending just over ¬£800 for the above components plus insurance and a new case, so yeah lol ;)  Also I'm from the UK.

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August 15, 2014 7:37:59 PM

750 watt is ok if u dont have more hdd and dvd drives :D 
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August 15, 2014 7:50:10 PM

Gbz Goldenboyz said:
750 watt is ok if u dont have more hdd and dvd drives :D 



I didnt mean to pick it has a solution lol, and i have got one 2TB in there at the moment but i might add a 3TB in the future and possibly extra RAM both HDDs being 7200 rpm lol


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August 15, 2014 9:09:54 PM

Bro ur card need onyl 450 watts psu thats not mean it will consume all that power :D  if u still plan to upgrade more seasonic 750 watts is a good one if u still and the increase on size doest increase the power consumption i think i have heard that seasonic is the best in psu if u got more money go for seasonic they are efficent than others
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