6870 and PSU

will this power supply be able to run 2 6870's and i5 2500k ?

Cooler Master GX 750W http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817171053
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  1. what about this 1 CORSAIR 600 WATTS (CMPSU-600GUK) NON-MODULAR (12V / 48A) ?
  2. the XFX 1 is not available in my country
  3. If you cannot get one from Corsair, try Antec.. The Antec TP 750 will suit your needs precisely.. Its an excellent unit too..
  4. saadminhas said:
    what about this 1 CORSAIR 600 WATTS (CMPSU-600GUK) NON-MODULAR (12V / 48A) ?

    I wouldn't use anything under 650W.
    Any high quality 650W would be fine because they actually produce much more power then labelled.
  6. I use a corsair 850 in my 6870 cross fire setup and it works perfect with my cpu cooler, my huge overclock and my multi ssd and hard drives. Do not go cheap on the psu there a lot of technology here at stake! http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817139009
  7. Your cutting it close with that power supply!
  8. saadminhas said:

    Go ahead if it's anything like the 750W version it's a complete pile of junk!
    How many times do you need to be recommended a Corsair TX or Antec EA or TP unit.
  9. Look. If you want to buy something that's guaranteed not to blow out and annihilate your system, then buy a Corsair, Antec, XFX, or one of OCZ's better units. If you don't want to take recommendations, then it's not our problem when your PSU starts to fail.

    Corsair 750w:

    Antec Earthwatts 750w:

    OCZ ModXStream Pro 700w:
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