need some advice on my psu

rite, ive just purchased a second 8800gt, because i finaly decided it was time to go sli

and i just need a little information about my psu

my system specs are/will be

xfx 680i lt mobo

core 2 duo e6420 overclocked by fsb to 3ghz

2 gb ocz platinum xtc ddr2 800mhz

2 sata 2 hdd,s

sony sata dvd-r

inno3d 8800gt 512mb - pny 8800gt 512mb

now for the psu ezcool 650 watt 12v1+12v2 18 amp each rail which i guess totals 650watt and rails combined 36amp

will this be enough to powewr my sytem once i add the new card when it arives
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  1. Soory can't look at this at work:

    Certified SLI-Ready Power Supplies
    http://www.slizone.com/object/slizone_build_psu.html
  2. Bad thing is I have never heard of that brand of PSU.

    however a 650W should work fine. (just recommend a better brand. Antec, OCZ, Zalman, Seasonic, Corsair, or PC P&C)
  3. ye i looked there but mines not listed i remember it saying sli ready on the box back when i bought it

    perhaps i should mention the model to - ive searched google for info to no avail in the past

    ezcool atx-650jsp
  4. IH8U said:
    Bad thing is I have never heard of that brand of PSU.

    however a 650W should work fine. (just recommend a better brand. Antec, OCZ, Zalman, Seasonic, Corsair, or PC P&C)


    ok if more people sugest it should be enough ill use it for now i am planning on replaceing it soon

    can anyone sugest a good one around £50 to £60 preferably with a 8 pin cpu 12v 2 or more pci-e 6 pin & higher amps more rails and of course if i can get it for that price more watts

    i just need the info for now cos i have a crappy job

    but if theres a risk ill be hammering the power supply - parts not getting enough juice risk of damage

    i guess i can wait and just test the card and upgrade the psu in a week or so
  5. 650W is enough for 8800GT.

    That Ezcool PSU is suspiciously cheap. Look here: http://www.scan.co.uk/Search.aspx?q=650W. In the same store, a Seasonic or Enermax also rated 650W costs several times more.

    Check this out:
    http://www.ebuyer.com/product/135514
    Corsair 650W TX £60.25

    Edit: "more rails" is not really an advantage, don't worry about that. The 650TX only has one rail, but it's very strong (52A IIRC).
  6. well by the time i had the money the corsair was out of stock and i wasnt paying £20 more on ebay

    so got this of ebay cheaper than it was on ebuyer

    http://www.antec.com/us/productDetails.php?ProdID=28650

    any good comments?
  7. Good stuff :)
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