Quick Power Question for SLI and sli suggetions Tags: Graphics Cards SLI Graphics Last response: July 23, 2009 2:50 PM in Graphics & Displays Share Ponomous July 23, 2009 2:24:00 PM Hey so i have an areo cool 750 watt with 4 12 volt rails at 18 A each. since the requirements for most graphics cards in sli is around 30 amps, my psu can cover it as long as i use two different 12v rails correct? also any suggestions for a good mid to upper mid range priced graphics card to put in sli? my setup CPU Q9450 Mobo 780i Ram 4 gig Dominator @ 1066 PSU Areocool 750 Watt Graphics 8800 gts ultra HD's 500 gb 7200 (ubuntu boot drive), 750 gb 7200 (vista boot drive), 1tb 7200. More about : quick power question sli sli suggetions invisik a b U Graphics card July 23, 2009 2:49:56 PM yup! your psu will handle most high end cards. I would sell your 8800 and get a gtx260/275 and sli those. m 0 l Ponomous July 23, 2009 2:50:55 PM Thanks! m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedQuick SLI EVGA Question Forum SolvedQuick question about SLI Forum SolvedQuick question about running cards in SLI Forum SolvedQuick SLI Question Forum SolvedA quick question about SLI GTX460s Forum Can i use two different nVidia GPUs at the same time WITHOUT SLI? + Random Quick Questions so that i don't overpost Forum SolvedPower supply/SLI question Forum Quick question about SLI Forum Quick question on SLI with a GTX 770 Forum Quick question about SLI Forum SolvedSLI power question? Forum SolvedPower Consumption Question regarding 2-way SLI 780's Forum Quick SLI question Forum Solvedquestion about power supply for gtx770 sli Forum SolvedEVGA GTX 760 OC Sli power supply question Forum SLI quick question Forum Quick SLI question Forum Quick Question: Spacing of cards in SLI mode Forum Help quick question SLI Forum Very Quick SLI Compatibility Question Forum More resources Read discussions in other Graphics & Displays categories Ati GPUs Graphics Cards Gtx HD Monitors SLI Crossfire Tuner Cards Radeon Video Diamond Multimedia Matrox Nvidia Palit PowerColor Asus Games !