My friend recently bought his desktop and runs his EVGA GTX 560 Ti on a Cooler Master 600W Silent Pro. It has been 2 months and it seems to be doing fine.
Here's the build I plan to go with this month:
CPU: Core i7 2600
Motherboard: ASUS P8Z68 M-PRO
RAM:2x4GB Kingston 1333MHz
Graphics Card:EVGA GTX 560 Ti
Monitor:21.5" Samsung Syncmaster
PSU:Cooler Master 600W Silent Pro
Lastly around 5 120mm LED fans and 1 140mm LED fan.
Will the power supply be sufficient for this current build? I have no plan to mess with overclocking nor SLI, but I might add 2 more sticks or 4GB RAM.
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