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PSU for SLI 570? Plz Reccomend me one..

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November 17, 2011 5:05:08 AM

Hello Gentlemen, Rockman here..

I had posted I thread few days ago, but I changed my mind on certain things. Here is the list of the items I will be using. The purpose of the rig is (Video editing, and gaming)

I am soo confused now. I want to run 2 GTX 570 in sli mode. I was recommend that a 850w power supply would be enough. However, I am a noob a this and based on what i understood.It looks like my maximum for SLi would be 2 560 ti. So i used thing from Neweg to help me out

but also based on this site, that I got from reading the forums.

theoretically the 850w should be enough based on the sites and stuff.I really don't want to bottleneck and I am really confused :cry: 

WHAT I WANT: Modular or Semi modular PSU (If possible)trying to have great cable management.Also something reliable, and it won't kill my electric bill :D  any who..

Here are the specs of the rig with the links of the products.. I prefer Newegg as vendor.

Monitor: ASUS VH242H Black 23.6" 5ms HDMI Full 1080P

cpu: Intel 2600k (will overclock with mother board EZ noob friendly way)

Mobo: Asus P8Z68-V (here is the link to the mobo) hope it helps [...] 6813131729

Ram: 16gb*** G.SKILL Ripjaws Series 8GB (Will be doing video editing)

Gfx Card:EVGA: 2 EVGA SuperClocked 012-P3-1572-AR GeForce GTX 570


CPU cooler: Noctua d14

PC: Case: HAF 922

4 Hard drives total

1: Western Digital Caviar Blue for Operating the System.

3:Seagate Barracuda for storage

-Will but putting 2 120mm fans.To the side of the case. For airflow and looks

1. Lite on DVD burner

4 USB stuff (Pinnacle capture card, Mouse, Keyboard, Mic) don't know if they make a difference.

Thanks you sooo very much to anyone that helps me. Much much appreciated :D 

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a c 111 ) Power supply
November 17, 2011 5:08:03 AM

850 is plenty.
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a c 275 ) Power supply
November 17, 2011 5:34:53 PM

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Evga gpu's include Batman Arkham City at NCIX.
And yeah you need an 850W psu.
I'd also seriously consider buying at least one 128GB SSD(O/S) instead of two HDD( at current flood pricing)
You can get one for the price of an hdd.
Buy one hdd and wait a few months if you need another instead of paying inflated prices.
Noctua NH-D14
Better hsf = quieter and cheaper comes with two TY -140mm fans.( currently out of stock = i'd order one)
Thermalright Silver Arrow-$69.70
Oh and i wouldn't bother with 2x120mm side fans.
Much better to go with a 200mm(quieter) comes in red or blue.
Coolermaster Megaflow 200MM

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