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[Solved] Is 750w big enough for SLI 680s?

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December 28, 2012 1:37:22 AM

can a 750 watt PSU handle 680s
December 28, 2012 1:14:12 PM

Yes its enough provided the PSU is of good quality like the Corsair AX750
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December 28, 2012 1:41:43 PM

What is the rest of the system specs.

If you have an i7, 8gb (4gbx2), high end mobo, DVD-RW, and normal 7200rpm harddrive with those two gtx 680's the math equals to a recommended wattage of 770w

You want a really good 750 watt.

But my question is, if you can spend that much money on two GTX 680's, why skimp on a power supply? Thats Probabaly the worst thing to do.
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December 29, 2012 5:41:27 PM

I can tell you that an i7 X58 at 1.36250v and 2GTX670 at 1.2120v with +145% Power Target; full stress on Prime95 and Kombuster I am pulling from the PSU (Corsair AX860i so it has a digital output to tell me), I can draw 760w.

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