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Single GTX 560 on a Ultra LSP650? D:

So will a Single GTX 560/ti work on a Ultra LSP650 Power Supply? (Temporary of course, im going to get a XFX 650)

Here are the specs:

Form Factor ATX
Wattage 650W
SLI/Crossfire SLI Ready
Modular Cabling No
Special Features Manual 130v & 220v Switching
Energy Efficiency 80%
Fan 135 mm
Input Voltage 115 ~ 230
+3.3V 24 A
+5V 32 A
+12V 1 38 A
-12V 0.6 A
+5VSB 2 A
Dimensions 5.90" (150mm) H x 6.22" (158mm) D x 3.34" (85mm) W
Connector Specifications
20+4-Pin Connector 1
Motherboard Connector 20+4 Pin
4-Pin P4 1
4-Pin/8-Pin EPS Connector 1
6-Pin PCI-Express Connector 2
4-Pin Floppy Connector 1
4-Pin Peripheral Connector 5
SATA Power Connector 4
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  1. Should be just fine. I would recommend a Corsair or SS over a XFX though.
  2. gary1 said:
    Should be just fine. I would recommend a Corsair or SS over a XFX though.


    Needs to be able to run GTX 560's in SLI, would that Corsair product work with it? I like to have room for upgrades also.
  3. In theory yes (only because I don't trust the brand), for a short period of time definitively (about a month).

    There is a nice Antec modular PSU on sale for $70 right now.
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817371059
  4. andrewcarr said:
    In theory yes (only because I don't trust the brand), for a short period of time definitively (about a month).

    There is a nice Antec modular PSU on sale for $70 right now.
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817371059


    ehh only 48 amps though, the XFX one has 53 amps and better specs :/.
  5. Best answer
    If you are running dual 560's none of these PSU will work. You need 4 PCI-E connectors not two (I don't consider working when you have to use the power cable's that come with the GPU).
    In that case you need one of these.
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductList.aspx?Submit=Property&N=100007657&IsNodeId=1&Manufactory=1550%2C1669%2C9830%2C1459%2C1697&PropertyCodeValue=3881%3A37633%2C3881%3A37629%2C3881%3A49713%2C3881%3A72240%2C3881%3A37624&bop=And&Order=PRICE&PageSize=100
    Of which I would get one of these
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817139021
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817341052
    I prefer the OCZ modular one in this case.
  6. andrewcarr said:
    If you are running dual 560's none of these PSU will work. You need 4 PCI-E connectors not two (I don't consider working when you have to use the power cable's that come with the GPU).
    In that case you need one of these.
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductList.aspx?Submit=Property&N=100007657&IsNodeId=1&Manufactory=1550%2C1669%2C9830%2C1459%2C1697&PropertyCodeValue=3881%3A37633%2C3881%3A37629%2C3881%3A49713%2C3881%3A72240%2C3881%3A37624&bop=And&Order=PRICE&PageSize=100
    Of which I would get one of these
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817139021
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817341052
    I prefer the OCZ modular one in this case.


    Not true, the XFX one I was talking about has 4 PCIe connectors, but you did help the most, I like the Corsair one you posted.
    Thanks, you get Best Answer :D
  7. Best answer selected by Arlen10.
  8. Opps sorry I missed that you chose the 650w XFX not the 550w one in the other thread I was responding to.
    Glad I could help.
  9. You know even for PSU's that only have 2 pcie if there's enough AMPs on the 12v rail then you can use those 1 PCIE to 2 PCIE connectors that they make and you could power it with those.
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