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Will an EVGA 750w 80+ Bronze PSU be enough to power to r9 390s in crossfire?

I am going to buy my gaming pc in July and want to know if an EVGA 750w 80+ Bronze PSU will be enough to power 2 r9 390s in crossfire.
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  1. No, I'd go with a 1000W one.
    A good reference: http://www.realhardtechx.com/index_archivos/Page362.htm
  2. those are 300w gpu's. add in the rest of the system and you're easily at 800w or more. to leave some headroom and such 950w or more is what you need. those are some power hungry cards!!
  3. No, you will want a power supply that can handle more current. Ideally a quality 1000W unit that meets its labelled wattage.
  4. Unlikely to last long. I'd go with atleast 850w, but depending on the rest of the hardware you may need a larger unit.
    https://www.guru3d.com/articles_pages/powercolor_radeon_r9_390_pcs_8gb_review,8.html
  5. http://pcpartpicker.com/p/BtC6vK That is my current part list
  6. bignastyid said:
    Unlikely to last long. I'd go with atleast 850w, but depending on the rest of the hardware you may need a larger unit.
    https://www.guru3d.com/articles_pages/powercolor_radeon_r9_390_pcs_8gb_review,8.html
    It says 850w should be enough
  7. Yes it'll be sufficient, especially with a non-OC CPU.
  8. Best answer
    The 850w Evga B2 should power than just fine.
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