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Psu for gtx 560ti with i5 2500k

i have intel i5 2500k with intel dh67cl mobo and 4gb ddr3 ram 500gb hardisk cooler master elite 370 case
now i am buying a gpu in a month i what will be the psu you guys will recomend me for a card like gtx 460 or gtx 560ti
cooler master gx 550watt will be enough for this this psu is 80+
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  1. It is enough but CM PSU's are hit and miss products, I suggest going with similar sized Antec, Corsair, Seasonic or even XFX or OCZ.
  2. The minimum recomended for a GTX560ti is 500W with a minimum of 12V 30A rating, I would consider getting at least a 650W if you are intending on doing any overclocking of the GPU or CPU. The extra headroom would allow for other components also.
  3. Yes a GX550 would be enough.But I would prefer corsair TX550 or xfx core edition 550.
  4. I'm with rolli59's post.
    An OZC ModX is a better budget option then a CM GX.
  5. monsta said:
    The minimum recomended for a GTX560ti is 500W with a minimum of 12V 30A rating, I would consider getting at least a 650W if you are intending on doing any overclocking of the GPU or CPU. The extra headroom would allow for other components also.


    There is still enough extra headroom for overclocking and other purpose.CPU=100W,GPU=200W other components 100W.These psu can provide around 44A on 12v rails ,so headroom=12x44-100(cpu)-200(gpu)-100(other component)=128W.Which is more than enough.Also note that the Cpu and gpu wattage are greatly exaggerated and probably never use so much power even when overclocked.
  6. i am not an over clocker so 600 will be enough or 550?
  7. 550watt would be plenty quality 500watt would even run your rig fine.
  8. another thing i want to ask is why u guys dont prefer cooler master bcz in pakistan cooler master,antec,fire strom these 3 brands are avaliable so which one is best and in some shpos crossior is also avaliable
  9. Best answer
    Antec out of the three, Cooler master is hit and miss.
  10. The cooler master GX series failed a few reviews, the bigger units would start going out of spec with too much noise on the 3.3 V rail once they hit about 70% load. I wouldn't run any of the GX series units over about 50% load, but the best choice is just to pick a different unit from the start that doesn't have that issue.
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