GTX 570 SLI...

2 Part Question:

Of course I am going to wait for more news on Kepler and the 7950 BUT...

I am VERY happy with my gtx 570 and it running temps and performance but I am not sure I can run a SLI setup.

I have a Cosair TX750 V2 for PSU. I run 15 2500k @ 4.4 w/ Evo 212 cooling. 1 SSD and 1 1TB WD Cavier Black.

Could I run a 2nd GTX 570 on 750 Watts?

When and to how much would the GTX 570 price drop to approx?


PS @ load my gtx 570 runs @ 68 degress =) and I do not overclock GPUs that cost this much.
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  1. YESSSSS
  2. Since you already have a GTX 570, adding another one when Kepler arrives is a no-brainer. Your power supply should be just fine.
  3. you have excellent stuff donn't worry about that yes you can SLI another 570 very easily.
    i'm usig 2500k with SLI gtx 580 very very happy with it

    good luck!
  4. xtreme5 said:
    you have excellent stuff donn't worry about that yes you can SLI another 570 very easily.
    i'm usig 2500k with SLI gtx 580 very very happy with it

    good luck!


    What is your PSU xtreme5?
  5. http://www.coolermaster.com/product.php?product_id=2519

    cooler master real power 1000w.
    cpu overclocked to 4.8ghz
  6. If you're not overclocking, the CPU and GPU's, you should get by

    Here we see a tested system w/ an overclocked Asus 570 pulling 552 watts, 130 more than the "stock" card

    http://www.overclockersclub.com/reviews/asus_gtx570_review/16.htm

    http://www.geforce.com/Hardware/GPUs/geforce-gtx-570/specifications

    Above nVidia says the max "stock" card draw is 219 watts

    552 + 219 = 771 watts

    I use 850's in twin GPU builds.....but again, if not agressively OC'ing the 750 should handle it.
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