Does a Season M12II bronze with 520w and 40amp enough for Palit GTX 57

Hi as title suggested, does a Season M12II bronze with 520w and 40amp enough for Palit GTX 570 Sonic platinum?

My build consist of:
1TB Black WD HD
Intel Core i5-2500
MSI P67A-GD55
Kingston 4gb DDR3 PC1333 X2
Case is LANCOOL K62 (4 fans, 3 are led lit)
Seasonic M12II bronze with 520w and 40amp
Palit GTX 570 Sonic platinum
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  1. Hi as title suggested, does a Season M12II bronze with 520w and 40amp enough for Palit GTX 570 Sonic platinum?

    My build consist of:
    1TB Black WD HD
    Intel Core i5-2500
    MSI P67A-GD55
    Kingston 4gb DDR3 PC1333 X2
    Case is LANCOOL K62 (4 fans, 3 are led lit)
    Seasonic M12II bronze with 520w and 40amp
    Palit GTX 570 Sonic platinum
  2. Absolutely, no problem whatsoever.
  3. Its recommended 550W, some OC + overhead and 650-750W is a good number.

    http://www.guru3d.com/article/palit-geforce-gtx-570-sonic-platinum-review/4
  4. The Seasonic M12 620 would be a better choice here : )

    Your PSU will work, but more overhead is always a good thing to have.
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    Seasonic m12II bronze 520w enough for palit sonic platinum GTX570
  6. Thanks for the reply! hmm but i having problem with my pc, the nvidia driver always crash if i play for more than 12hrs. The crash will usually result in black screen on the pc and recover. (worse case is comp hang)

    So it safe to assume the crashes is nt due to PSU?

    by the way, my comp is 1yo.
  7. It is due to you not having the latest drivers most likely.
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