ofc, the psu. It's a 600W Xilence. I am going to get my hands on a corsair tx750 after buying a new gfx card, so i can crossfire them. I play at 1280x768, BUT, i love cranking the aa, makes it look much smoother. Im playing on a 30" tv btw
Budget... well... as soon as i get this monitor i got standing around sold, AND my graphics, which will happen at some point, i can barely afford a 5770.
A 600w may be enough to crossfire HD5770s actually. I've never heard of that brand though so maybe not. How many amps does it claim to have on the +12v rail?
Also don't bother crossfiring until you are using a monitor/tv with a higher resolution. A single HD5770 should more than suffice for that resolution even with AA cranked up.
Well sure it is better but he is saying he can barely afford a single HD5770 and he is playing at 1280x768(?). First he should get the HD5770 then he should get a monitor/TV that may actually benefit from 2 HD5770s. Then perhaps consider another HD5770 with a new PSU last on the list considering his current one should be able to handle it, even if it isn't the optimal choice.