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is the psu i choose good for me?

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CORSAIR Professional Series HX750 (CMPSU-750HX) 750W ATX12V 2.3 / EPS12V 2.91 SLI Ready CrossFire Ready 80 PLUS SILVER Certified Modular Active PFC Power Supply

motherboard
asus p8z68 deluxe

cpu

i7 2600k sandy bridge
graphics

gtx 570
case

Aerocool syclone 2 case

http://www.aerocool.us/pgs/pgs-r/syclonIIbk.htm
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  2. Dead Pixel said:
    ?

    You want an 850w psu to push two of those 570's in SLI and leave you some headroom for over clocking, extra drives, etc...
  3. i only have one 570 not two graphics cards
  4. Why_Me said:
    You want an 850w psu to push two of those 570's in SLI and leave you some headroom for over clocking, extra drives, etc...

    i have just one 570 graphics card not 2 i also have a harddrive and a ssd 2 optical drives and 16gb of ram
    planning to order by end of this day
    so maybe this psu will work out? idk
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    Dead Pixel said:
    i only have one 570 not two graphics cards

    I'm not a mind reader and seeing how you spent that kind of money on a motherboard that's meant to run dual cards I have no idea if you plan on going with another card in the future or not.

    For a single gtx 570 look at the XFX 550w, otherwise a 620+w psu.
  6. Why_Me said:
    I'm not a mind reader and seeing how you spent that kind of money on a motherboard that's meant to run dual cards I have no idea if you plan on going with another card in the future or not.

    For a single gtx 570 look at the XFX 550w, otherwise a 620+w psu.

    not right away no but yes in the future like 6-12 months maybe
  7. Then get an 850W PSU now so you won't have to waste $ in the future.
  8. azeem40 said:
    Then get an 850W PSU now so you won't have to waste $ in the future.

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817139011
    is this good?
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