I am planning to run 2 EVGA 460 SE's in SLI and overclocking them. I already have one SE. Wish I had the regular one but I'll have to work with what I have. I have an Antec Earthwatts 650 watt power supply. I was wondering if i were to overclock the speeds using the EVGA precision tool to maybe these speeds: (I pulled them off hardware canucks review) How much more power would doing the OC draw, in comparison to stock settings?
I know that 650 watts alone is cutting it close, so will overclocking these two cards in SLI be too much for my power supply to handle? If the above is too aggressive than maybe a little bit less would work? This is what else i have on my comp
i7-950 (no OC) Asus Sabertooth X58 Corsair 600T case 6 GB RAM 1 64 GB SSD 1 1TB HDD 1 CD/RW 1 networking card
Thanks for your help guys.
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The GTX 460s are pretty low power. I believe that your current PSU is fine for 2 in SLI even overclocked.