need some advice on my psu Tags: Power Supplies Components Last response: September 20, 2008 3:57 PM in Components Share data September 4, 2008 2:03:43 PM 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 More about : advice psu | E-mail me updates | Report abuse Register or log in to remove evongugg September 4, 2008 2:17:01 PM Soory can't look at this at work: Certified SLI-Ready Power Supplies http://www.slizone.com/object/slizone_build_psu.html | Report abuse IH8U September 4, 2008 2:32:58 PM 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) | Report abuse data September 4, 2008 2:34:06 PM 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 | Report abuse Related ressources New Gaming PC ~$1000, need SSD/ PSU Advice - Forum Need advice for Mobo & PSU for i5 2550k - Forum Need some advice on psu and case for this build - Forum Need Advice for Case and PSU - Forum Quick and Easy - Need PSU Upgrade Advice - Forum Ask the community Publish data September 4, 2008 2:42:11 PM 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 | Report abuse aevm September 4, 2008 2:59:02 PM 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). | Report abuse data September 19, 2008 9:57:02 PM 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? | Report abuse aevm September 20, 2008 3:57:24 PM Good stuff | Report abuse Register or log in to remove Ask the community Publish Tom's Hardware>Forum>Components>need some advice on my psu> Related ressources: ForumPSU giving me grief. need help and advice ForumNeed advice about this PSU ForumIn need of quick PSU advice ForumNeed advice about case, GPU and PSU ForumNeed advice on PSU ForumNeed advice on motherboard and psu :) ForumBig enough PSU ? Need advice ! ForumNeed advice : PSU for i7 3930K and GTX 680 ForumBuilding first computer - Need advice on PSU ForumOpinions on a build, And need PSU advice . ForumNeed a PSU and Advice on my $850 gaming/everyday Intel build ForumPSU for a GTX 690 advice needed plez ForumGTX 280 - Need PSU advice ForumPSU Help ForumNeed some advice before I upgrade. More resources Read discussions in other Components categories Power supplies Sound cards NICs Akasa Antec Cooler Master Cougar DeepCool Enermax !