Is my psu enough for gtx 680?

Hello,
I have ordered ASSUS GTX 680 and was wondering is my psu
http://www.flipkart.com/seasonic-s12ii-620-620-watts-psu/p/itmd5xz46hjzzrax?pid=PSUD5XZ4GCGRASAY&_l=rNOfRA_2s1pRNn46QI4BxA--&_r=ws6nHuaWJc2YNNQ

would be enough for my system.
Core i5 750 @3.3ghz stock
12gb ram
1 tb hd

I plan to oc gtx 680 as well.
Thanks :hello:
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  2. I have a 680 its a beast! I play Crysis 2 on ultra with DX11 and the enhanced graphics patch enabled runs smooth. The card runs at 25 degrees celsius on air in my rig and gets up to 50 after gaming for awhile. This card works great for me. The 560ti-448 used to be the best bang for your buck, but the 680 is by far faster than two 560ti-448s in SLI, runs cooler and uses less power.
  3. MANOFKRYPTONAK said:
    I have a 680 its a beast! I play Crysis 2 on ultra with DX11 and the enhanced graphics patch enabled runs smooth. The card runs at 25 degrees celsius on air in my rig and gets up to 50 after gaming for awhile. This card works great for me. The 560ti-448 used to be the best bang for your buck, but the 680 is by far faster than two 560ti-448s in SLI, runs cooler and uses less power.

    But can I oc it on this psu without worrying much? :(
  4. u can run 680 evven on 500s, if they have max of 600
  5. MANOFKRYPTONAK said:
    I have a 680 its a beast! I play Crysis 2 on ultra with DX11 and the enhanced graphics patch enabled runs smooth. The card runs at 25 degrees celsius on air in my rig and gets up to 50 after gaming for awhile. This card works great for me. The 560ti-448 used to be the best bang for your buck, but the 680 is by far faster than two 560ti-448s in SLI, runs cooler and uses less power.

    $500 for one GPU is never as you say a good bang for the buck LOL 448cores and 560ti is still a better value.
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