850@ Corsair PSU

Im wondering if this PSU would be sufficient for my system if I were benchmarking it
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?item=N82E16817139022
The PSU is 850 watts and ill be running 8 LED fans on the antec 1200 case 7 of them are 120mm and 1 is 200mm. Also another added on fan on my coolermaster hyper 212+
Ill be overclocking a i7 2600k processor as much as a i can to benchmark it and OC a GTX 580 as much as i can for a benchmark.
plus only one ssd and one 7200 RPM SATA HDD. Will this PSU be more than enough for all that?
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  1. It could handle a system with 2 OCed GTX 580s so it has more than enough power for the system you stated.
  2. ok thank you. just concerned cause its the most important part of the system. When i upgrade to two 580s imma get even more though cause im upgrading ram and other things as well
  3. midget666 said:
    Im wondering if this PSU would be sufficient for my system if I were benchmarking it
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?item=N82E16817139022
    The PSU is 850 watts and ill be running 8 LED fans on the antec 1200 case 7 of them are 120mm and 1 is 200mm. Also another added on fan on my coolermaster hyper 212+
    Ill be overclocking a i7 2600k processor as much as a i can to benchmark it and OC a GTX 580 as much as i can for a benchmark.
    plus only one ssd and one 7200 RPM SATA HDD. Will this PSU be more than enough for all that?


    same guts better price

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817207011
  4. The 850TX V2 has plenty of power for any normal system, if you arent doing triple or quad SLI/CF then it has plenty of power.
  5. will it have enough connectors for the fans im running. im running the antec 1200 V3 and putting the two optional fans in which brings the case fans up to 8 fans plus one more im putting on my cooler master hyper 212+
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