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Cooler Master RP-650-PCAP 36A. can it handle 560ti ?

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January 29, 2013 7:12:08 AM

hello :D 
i'v had "Cooler Master RP-650-PCAP" and i know it is not as good as it sound, but now i want to buy a GTX 560 Ti . can my SPU handle it ? how about GTX 570 or GTX 480 ? or 660 ti ?

i used this PUS around 3 or 4 years now with this spec:

CPU: Intel Q6600 oc
Graphic: GTX 280 1GB Zotac
Ram: 4GB DDR2 800MHz oc
H.D.D.: WD 500GB Green
Mainboard: Abit Fatal1ty SLI Ready
PSU: Cooler Master RP-650-PCAP - 18A + 18A

sorry for my bad english and thanks in advance

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January 29, 2013 10:04:10 AM

"i want to buy a GTX 560 Ti"

Minimum system power requirement = 500w

Your existing 650w PSU should be fine.
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January 29, 2013 3:18:40 PM

phil22 said:
"i want to buy a GTX 560 Ti"

Minimum system power requirement = 500w

Your existing 650w PSU should be fine.


thank you phil.
i know what you mean phil but the system power requirement is only one side of the problem. the important thing is my PSU is 650w but i have only 2x 18Amp in my 12V rail. i guess that means 18A+18A = 36Amp = 432watts for CPU and Graphic Card.
my current card uses at least 321w when it's fully loaded and 560 ti uses more than 345w and it could overload my PSU, i just want to make sure is it safe for me to upgrade my graphic into 560 ti or not.

and again sorry for my bad english
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January 31, 2013 5:45:23 AM

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