OCZ StealthXStream 2 600W for a GTX 470 1.28GB

So, to keep it simple, I found a very nice deal on a GTX 470 Twin Frozr II, and wanted to get it, but I'm wondering if this PSU will be able to handle it, this will be a full build, and this is at the end of my budget, so please don't suggest and i3's, even with H61 mobo's.Another thing, I could also get the XFX 550W Core edition PSU, but this is cheaper, and have seen someone run a GTX 480 on it on a different forum.

PSU Specs (Bottom) :



Parts list :

Phenom II x4 955
Asus M5A78L-M LE AM3+
GTX 470 Twin Frozr II
4 GB 1600Mhz 1.5V DDR3 RAM (2X2GB)
Sony 24X DVD Writer
Thermaltake V3 Black Edition with extra fans
Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit

~Thanks in advance for any help given, I'm looking to order this PC in the next few days.
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  1. Worst case scenario you'd have to use 2 different rails. Ie take 1 6 pin from 1 PCI-E power cable and plug in, and instead of using the 2nd connector on the same string, use another string. Each PCI-E should connect to a different 12v rail. Thereby allowing you 36A for your 470. That would give you 432W for the GPU.
  2. Because I'm pretty sure 18Ax12V=216W isn't going to be enough juice for a 470.
  3. cmcghee358 said:
    Worst case scenario you'd have to use 2 different rails. Ie take 1 6 pin from 1 PCI-E power cable and plug in, and instead of using the 2nd connector on the same string, use another string. Each PCI-E should connect to a different 12v rail. Thereby allowing you 36A for your 470. That would give you 432W for the GPU.

    Unless he uses molex adapters there's no choice, both PCIE connectors are on the same string, will still be getting power from 2 rails ( the slot is on a different rail )
  4. Actually, I think he may be right, according to this :

    http://www.ocztechnology.com/res/manuals/OCZ600SXS2.pdf

    The 6/8 PCI-E Express Cable goes tot he +12V1 and the 6pin goes to the +12V4.
  5. Hmm, that's odd, I think I may just get the 600W ModXStream Modular Pro instead.
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