Power Supply and 460s, do you think mine is enough?

Hey Guys,

I am in the process of buying some new parts to upgrade my computer and I want to avoid buying a new power supply.

Here are the parts

2 EVGA 460 GTX Superclocked 1 gb EE
1 EVGA E758 mobo (1366)
1 i7 930 Bloomfield 2.8 stock
3x2gb G.Skill 1600 stock (pc3 12800)
1 EVGA 275 gtx

1 500gig 7200 rpm wd
2 1.5 tb seagate 7200 rpm

My current Power supply is an AeroCool HorsePower 750W (link to specs here http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817331003

now if the 460s really draw 13 amps under full load i figure i should be ok with my current psu. BUT that may be pushing it a bit much.

Should i go get this 1100 watt psu? http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817814019] since i know for a fact that this will power it all.

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  1. your current one is enough for 2 460s. They are very power efficient
  2. I agree, the power supply has plenty amp value, even if it is over 4 - 12v rails, it should handle that setup with no problemos!
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