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Eyefinity and PSU Questions!

Well ATM im planning on using a 1 monitor setup, but in the future i want to experiment with Eyefinity

For Now im going to be using this Monitor on my gaming Rig: ASUS VH242H Full 1080p LCD Monitor

Will my 650W PSU support this monitor, and also will my 650W PSU support up to 3 ASUS VH242H Full 1080p LCD Monitor?

Also, the GPU im using will be the MSI Radeon HD 7870 Hawk Edition

Can my PSU and GPU handle it?

Thanks in advance

-JP
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  1. Best answer
    The monitors get power from their own power connections. What PC power supply you have only matters with your PCs internal components. The 650 watt PSU you have will certainly power one graphics card and probably two HD7870s in Crossfire.

    -Wolf sends
  2. Wolfshadw said:
    The monitors get power from their own power connections. What PC power supply you have only matters with your PCs internal components. The 650 watt PSU you have will certainly power one graphics card and probably two HD7870s in Crossfire.

    -Wolf sends


    Thanks a BUNCH! im might just buy a 750W PSU so i wont have to be worried about not enough power, and ensure my self of no flaws. THANKS!!!!!!!
  3. Best answer selected by whosBlu.
  4. What is your PSU please list brand and model saying 650W means nothing
  5. bigcyco1 said:
    What is your PSU please list brand and model saying 650W means nothing


    The Corsair 650W ATX12V: http://pcpartpicker.com/part/corsair-power-supply-cmpsu650txv2
  6. Your fine then that's a good PSU it's built by seasonic so doesn't get much better lol carry on enjoy!
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