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Will this PSU be good for my GPU?

My current hardware specs are:
Processor: Intel i5 2nd gen
RAM: 8GB
GPU: Gigabyte HD7950 (Cyclone 3 fan)

I'm looking at getting a PSU that would power up my GPU (HD 7950 Cyclone edition). The PSU I'm looking at getting is the: Seasonic S12II 620W 80+ Bronze Power Supply. Is the Voltage and Amps good enough ?
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    Yes the 620w Seasonic is a very solid psu.
  2. yes you are good the entire hd 7xxx series (except 7990 750W) calls for a 500Watt minimum, and that is a blind suggestion. the s12II will do the job admirably.
  3. Thanks for the speedy replies guys.
  4. 1337x said:
    My current hardware specs are:
    Processor: Intel i5 2nd gen
    RAM: 8GB
    GPU: Gigabyte HD7950 (Cyclone 3 fan)

    I'm looking at getting a PSU that would power up my GPU (HD 7950 Cyclone edition). The PSU I'm looking at getting is the: Seasonic S12II 620W 80+ Bronze Power Supply. Is the Voltage and Amps good enough ?


    A Radeon HD 7950 needs 25 amps on the 12v+ rail and at least 500 watt power supply , usually with two 6 pin PCIE power connections.

    Your Seasonic S12II 620W exceeds these requirements your all set.
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