PSU for Radeon HD 5770

I'm considering this card for a new build:
SAPPHIRE 100283-3L Radeon HD 5770

I have a Corsair VX550W 80 Plus Certified Single 12V Rail (+12V@41A) PSU I had picked up earlier and plan on using this for the new build.

Will this PSU provide enough power for this card? No gaming, light video editing, photo restoration, Office apps only.

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    more then enough, you could run two ATI 5770s with that PSU (an very good choice)

    but there are cheaper choices for what you need like an ATI 5570 or even ATI 4650.
  2. Thanks for the reply and info. Would this be a good choice? It's $90 instead of $140
    SAPPHIRE 100293L Radeon HD 5570

    I've just heard so much about needing gonzo PSUs to run these newer cards. Still learning about the inter- relationships of all the different components :)
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