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Is my PSU Sufficient?

Hello toms hardware community, need some help!

Foremost, current system:
i5-2500k
MSI GTX 580 Twin Frozr II
Asus P8Z67 V-PRO
G.Skill Ripjaws (2x4GB) 1600mhz CL9
Samsung SpinPoint f3 1TB
Crucial M4 128GB

Overclocking. Most probably over clocking the i5-2500k to a stable 4.5ghz. Not planning to over clock the gtx 580 until I know what I'm doing.
Not planning to SLI since my mobo can't have x2 x16/x16 slot anyway.

So, that said, is the Corsair HX-750W PSU sufficient? or should I ramp it up?

Thanks! :D
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  1. Come on guys, a little help here?
  2. Best answer
    That Would Be More Than Sufficient.....Thatz A gud PSU.......Jst Make Sure It Has The 8-pin and 6-pin power pins that supply power for the card
  3. The HX-750 will be great for your build. :)

    I used this calculator to check: http://support.asus.com/powersupply.aspx
  4. whoo, thanks for the reassurance. I needed that.

    Off to the building cave. :D
  5. Batcave??
    Anyway yes if you have read the review of your psu you would know that the psu has a continuous power of 800w.
    It would be enough for 1 gtx580 and maybe even 2 in SLI.
  6. Best answer selected by bpgram.
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