SLI power requirements Tags: Power Supplies SLI Power Thermaltake Components Last response: October 17, 2008 7:46 PM in Components Share foxxy August 18, 2008 11:12:21 PM Im looking for the power requirements for a GTX260 and gtx280 in SLI set up. I have a Thermaltake 750W PSU. Not sure if it could power either of those set ups. Thanks More about : sli power requirements invisik August 18, 2008 11:42:19 PM yes the 750w will be enough for those setups. im currently running my 2 gtx260 in sli with a 500w. golsonkp October 17, 2008 1:10:08 PM You can start up and play old games with little amount of watts, but playing games understress like cod4, your computer will guarantee shutdown. I'd go for 700w+. 750 sounds good. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Get the answer chookman October 17, 2008 7:46:09 PM The only thing youll want to check is if your thermaltake has enough power PCI-e connctors for it think youll need 4 from memory. I know it can be done with molex converters but its ugly i recon. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources : ForumPower requirements of SLI ForumHelp with power requirements for SLI ForumEVGA 260 core 216 SLI power requirements ? ForumSLI (2) msi GTX560 ti power requirements ? ForumPower requirements for SLI /Xfire? ForumPower requirements - 2x GTX460 SLI ForumGTX 550 ti SLI PSU requirements ? ForumGtx470 sli power requirements ForumWhat are Geforce GTS 250 SLI Power requirements ForumGTX 480 SLI Power Supply Requirements Forum2 x 9800GTX+ in SLI . Power Requirements ? ForumPower Requirements for 9800 GTOC SLI ForumPower Requirements for SLI and OC'ing Forum8800GTX SLI - Worth it in Vista? Power Requirements ? ForumDo I need USB3.0 on board headers? ForumAntec BP550 Plus: A severly underated power supply? ForumHP Pavilion won't power up ForumCPU will not power up (DIY package) ForumNew screen, enough CPU power? ForumPower supply for HD 4870. Any recommendation? Any good deal? More resources Read discussions in other Components categories Power supplies Sound cards NICs Akasa Antec Cooler Master Cougar DeepCool Enermax !