From what I can see his PSU is actually max continuous output 600w and does not appear to be 80+ certified and has two 12v rails (30A and 22a). (which makes me nervous in many ways, <3 my HX-850)
It does however have the required PCI-E pins and claims to have Over-Current/Over-Voltage protection.
The plan is to take his 1090T to a decent overclock (obviously with as near to stock voltage as possible to keep power consumption down) and add a cheap secondhand 5770 for crossfire (these won't be overclocked).
Would love to hear whether anyone thinks this PSU would be OK for this??
(PS - i'm aware a 6850/GTX460 would be the safer alternative for slightly reduced performance, but that'd cost $120 (incl. sale of his current 5770) vs 80$ to add a second 5770) *Australian Prices*
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