XFX AMD 7750 400w PSU?

Will this Antec 400W PSU be able to run an XFX 7750?

PSU
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817371029

XFX 7750
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814150612

The XFX says its requires 450w PSU but the ASUS 7750 says it requires 400w, so does AMD website.

Will this PSU be able to run it?
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  1. Should be plenty. Sometimes you can even run a 7750 on 250W (but I don't condone that)
  2. Yep, the maximum possible draw (as in you couldnt supply more power to it) is 75W. You should be fine to put a 7750 on nearly any PSU.
  3. Easy. I'm running a 350Watt btx/itx with a i5 3570k and a 7750 no issues.
  4. Will a Pentium g620 sandy bridge bottleneck this card? I can't afford an i3
  5. I doubt it. The 7750 is the lowest end card in the current AMD line-up. It would require some pretty old hardware to bottleneck that.
  6. Possibly. The big issue will be your frequency. There is a big difference between 2.6 and 3 ghz for frame rates. You'd be better of grabbing a g2120 if you can afford the $40. If not wait a month or whatever to get the extra cash. You'll probably regret it if you don't.
  7. Well 2 people say yes and no idk. Also would I be able to upgrade in the future to a 6850 with the same 400w PSU or will I have to buy a new PSU
  8. I agree with saving a little for a better cpu, you may regret not doing so. It will give you longer use.
  9. Well I saw someone on YouTube playing with a 550ti. I'm
    Not a hardcore gamer like u PC players are. I play occasionally mostly Cod4 and just Minecraft. I may get bf3 and if I do im going to lower the settings. I will have to get a core i3 later I really just don't want to spend that much.
  10. The G620 is pretty good. I have the G530 and it works great
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