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PSU good enough for current setup?

Here is a pic of my PSU. http://minus.com/loCTS7xaq4R4M

my pc is listed below ask me if you need additional info.
I think I already got a good answer, but id like some addition feedback to better understand my issue.
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  1. Best answer
    Your PSU has 61A available on the 12V rails. If you have four 6-pin PCIe power connectors, then the PSU is sufficient for your PC.
  2. Rugger said:
    Your PSU has 61A available on the 12V rails. If you have four 6-pin PCIe power connectors, then the PSU is sufficient for your PC.


    And if it doesn't have 4 I only need 1 6 pin per card, im confused
  3. snipersam15 said:
    And if it doesn't have 4 I only need 1 6 pin per card, im confused

    Your sig reads 4850 X2 Crossfire
    If you don't have 2 x 4850 X2's in Crossfire it should read
    4850 Crossfire
    Confusing ain't it ?
  4. delluser1 said:
    Your sig reads 4850 X2 Crossfire
    If you don't have 2 x 4850 X2's in Crossfire it should read
    4850 Crossfire
    Confusing ain't it ?

    Oh yeah that my mistake I have AMD HD 4850 crossfire , not 4850 X2.
    Thanks for that, but yeah will my current PSU work for my system because I keep having problems and I dont know why.
    My screen goes black and my GPU's have red lights under them and i cant turn off my pc unless i unplug the PSU after i plug back in all works fine.
    Anyone know what else the problem could be?

    Thanks guys Ill take this next question to GPU section.
  5. Best answer selected by snipersam15.
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