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Is my Coolmaster gx 650w enough?

I just wanted to know if this PSU is fittable for this configuration:
-AMD Phenom II x6
-Mother ASUS MA488
-2x2GB Gskill
-Nvidia GTX 560 Ti
-Wester Digital 1 Tb
-Sentey gs 6000 Optimus (4 coolers, 3 with Led)

Thanks
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  1. Yep, thats plenty if you don't plan on going SLI with your GPU, otherwise get a nice 850w PSU.

    Good luck!
  2. Thks man
  3. Best answer
    Actually your Build will consume around 550 to 600 watt approximately.
    If you are not planning for SLI, or GTX 580 or more, then its sufficient.
  4. Cooler master gx650 is not good psu, get other psu 600W with good review , you can find price and performance psu in jonnyguru/hardocp/hardware secreet.
    If you like corsair 600W cx v2 it will enough for gtx560ti http://newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817139028
  5. I have to agree with henydiah, I wouldn't recommend a CM GX psu either.
    Corsair builder series are better and cost is very reasonable.
    Review of GX750W which is not very flattering.= same model line.
    http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/article/Cooler-Master-GX-750-W-Power-Supply-Review/917/1
  6. Chirag Borawake said:
    Actually your Build will consume around 550 to 600 watt approximately.
    If you are not planning for SLI, or GTX 580 or more, then its sufficient.


    your knowledge of power consumption is pathetic, that build won't consume 375w at gaming (around 550w in SLI). perhaps you should refrain form giving advice until you learn anything about computers like "how to turn one on"

    Test System Specs
    - Intel Core i7 920 (Overclocked @ 3.70GHz)
    - x3 2GB G.Skill DDR3 PC3-12800 (CAS 9-9-9-24)
    - Asus P6T Deluxe (Intel X58)



    like the other have said, it's not the best PSU out there but if you already have it, it will do the job fine.

    review of the PSU platform in the 750w version
    Conclusions

    Cooler Master GX 750 W looks like a good option for users looking for a mainstream 750 W power supply, however it has a major flaw that prevents us from recommending it: noise level at +3.3 V and +5VSB outputs were above the maximum allowed when we pulled 600 W and above from this unit. High noise levels overload and can even damage components on your computer.


    http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/article/Cooler-Master-GX-750-W-Power-Supply-Review/917/1
  7. Thaks a lot for the answers, actually my friend already bought the PSU but when he connected his 4 fans to the PSU the PC wouldn't start. Then after disconnecting one of them it worked. So he was wondering if the PSU was enough. As long as it works fine, problem solved lol
    Thanks again
  8. Best answer selected by nacho222.
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