Can this PSU handle 470 sli?

Looking at buying this computer.

http://topdata.dk/product.asp?product=7361

incase link does not work for you it is.

- INTEL i7 950, 4.8GT, SOCKET 1366
- GIGABYTE X58A
- GIGABYTE 2X 1280MB OC. GEFORCE GTX470 SLI
- 1000GB HARDDISK WD, 7200RPM (64MB CACHE)
- 6GB DDR3 1600MHZ KINGSTON "TRIPPLECHANNEL" HYPER-X
- 22x SATA +/- OG DVD-RAM DUALLAYER DVDBRÆNDER (LG)
- 700w 80+ SLI CERTIFIED , COUGAR
- COOLERMASTER HAF922 KABINET

It comes standard with this build, so I would think so? I am having doubts though, anyone knows this PSU?
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  1. http://www.jonnyguru.com/modules.php?name=NDReviews&op=Story&reid=178

    I guess it is the same power supply which is installed in that build in which case it is more than enough to handle that rig adequately.. So you've basically nothing to worry about..
  2. U can see it here, not sure its the same?

    http://topdata.dk/group.asp?group=164

    They say in danish its 80 plus bronze, the one in the review is silver? but anyway, should it be enough? I know that 470s are powerhungy, and since the system is 2x 470sli I wanted to make sure.
  3. A good 700W PSU is actually enough for your specified setup even considering a healthy amount of overclock applied to that CPU..
  4. But is it a good 700w PSU? I really dont know it, buy they dont give many options.

    I was planning on OC abit.
  5. SLI GTX470's need about 570w under full load on an x58 overclocked system so 700w should be fine.

    That psu while not being the best thing since sliced bread, seems a fairly decent unit.

    As above, should be fine for you.
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