Is seasonic x-750 psu enough for 6970 cf

Im thinking of buying another 6970 hd, my current setup is
Mobo: GA-P67A-UD5
Memory: ddr3 1600 2x4gb TXD38192M1600HC7LDC-L
cpu: 2600k getting a noctua nh-c14 cooler
Psu: seasonic x-750 +gold 750 watt
gpu: 6970 hd
500 gb hdd, dvd-rw drive, 6x 120mm case fans

is there any room left for oveclocking as well??
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  1. Based on your specs you should be maxing out at 719 w of power (with dual 6970s).

    You sir, are a go.

    *Edit* http://extreme.outervision.com/psucalculatorlite.jsp you may get different results depending on how detailed you are, so check it out yourself.
  2. Von Death said:
    Based on your specs you should be maxing out at 719 w of power (with dual 6970s).

    You sir, are a go.

    *Edit* http://extreme.outervision.com/psucalculatorlite.jsp you may get different results depending on how detailed you are, so check it out yourself.

    thx for the quick reply, checking the calculator asap!!

    edit: after a bit of tinkering with the calculator i got 711 watts, but i didnt see the 2600k cpu, so i used a i5-760 which has almost the same power consumption.
  3. deaddis said:
    Im thinking of buying another 6970 hd, my current setup is
    Mobo: GA-P67A-UD5
    Memory: ddr3 1600 2x4gb TXD38192M1600HC7LDC-L
    cpu: 2600k getting a noctua nh-c14 cooler
    Psu: seasonic x-750 +gold 750 watt
    gpu: 6970 hd
    500 gb hdd, dvd-rw drive, 6x 120mm case fans

    is there any room left for oveclocking as well??

    If those calculations are accurate, then that sure doesn't leave a lot of room for overclocking, does it? You obviously won't hit max power through normal usage. but in your shoes I would pony up for a 850W,
  4. Im gonna stick with 1 card and get a better cooler on the card and overclock it.
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