SLI Okay??

So I build My Computer about 2 months ago and i was starting to look into SLI with two gtx550ti's(i bought my 550 for 100 and theyre dropping prices fast so i thought id just buy another because the price of 560s are about the same ill pay for both 550s). I was kinda worried about not having enough watts to power the whole computer.

AMD FX 4100 OC 4.15mhz
8GB 1866 DDR3
2TB 7200RPM HDD
3 120mm Fans
HDD Dock on the Top of the Case

And the final item, TX650M Corsair Power Supply
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  1. Your psu should be OK.
    But verify that your motherboard supports sli.

    Also, sli/cf will show nice benchmarks, but can result in microstuttering which is annoying.
    Read this:
    http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/radeon-geforce-stutter-crossfire,2995.html
  2. You have plenty of power for 550 sli, but I'd ebay the one you have with a 30day return warrenty and buy a 560ti.
  3. i have a M5A97 asus mother board. Nothing fancy like EVO or any of that stuff
  4. S0loD0lo said:
    i have a M5A97 asus mother board. Nothing fancy like EVO or any of that stuff


    Check with ASUS. The specs I read say cf support, and not sli which is needed for Nvidia cards.
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