first off i am a web developer and i currently have 2 computers, 1 i use for personal and 1 for work
personal computer specs:
core i5 2500k
Asus zonar sound card
stock gateway FX mobo
1 TB HDD
600 watt PSU
work computer(i built it) i built this to eventually run 6(3 wide, 2 high) screens but only currently have 4 screens(due to on a budget and did not buy the 3rd card to run them all)
core i7 2600k
GIGABYTE GA-Z68A-D3H-B3 mobo http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168... [newegg.com]
2 X - GT 440 fermi graphics cards X2
corsair 8GB vengence ram
corsair 120 GB SSD
550 watt PSU
So i was thinking of taking the GTX 580, and sound card out of my personal computer and putting them in the work computer and just use that 1 computer for everything
i am just unsure if a 600 watt PSU is enough for all of this:
core 17 2600k
GIGABYTE GA-Z68A-D3H-B3 mobo
GT 440 fermi 3GB
GT 440 fermi 3GB
GTX 580 1.5 GB
asus zonar sound card
120 GB SSD
and there is 6 fans.
Also with my 120 GB SSD i have my OS on and when i install things on the other partition it also increases the file size of my SSD how to i have it to ONLY install everything on second partition and just leave OS size small ( i know some files are drivers and such being installed to OS side when i install something)
You can't use the three video cards together , they have to be all the same for SLI. Nvidia is limited to three monitors max , no matter how many video cards you have. If you want six monitors then you have to use AMD video cards.
I would have the 120gb SSD for the OS and impotant apps and everything else on the HDD.
perhaps you guys arent reading the OP right. and to the above why sell them when i have them already and can add the gtx 580 as the last card to run 6 screens, basicaly all im asking is the 600 watt psu enough for everything?