Power for 2 x 5870 Tags: Radeon CPUs Graphics Last response: February 10, 2013 8:39 PM in Graphics & Displays Share nighthawkbne February 3, 2013 5:07:50 AM Hello, I'm currently running two sapphire 5770's on a thermaltake litepower 750W power supply. Would this PS be able to run 2 x 5870's (looking at a cheap upgrade. Rest of system is core i5 661 cpu, 12GB 1600mhz kingston ram, 1 x optical drive, 1 x sata hdd (500GB) 1 x IDE HDD (80gb) runs 3 case fans as well and a zalman cpu cooler. cpu overclocked to 3.9ghz. Thanks More about : power 5870 Xttony a b à CPUs February 3, 2013 5:40:00 AM Yes your PSU can handle two HD5870 without any problems. P.S. crossfire setups are known to cause problems so it is better you just buy one powerful graphics card nighthawkbne February 10, 2013 8:39:04 PM Thx, for the reply, personally haven't had any issues with the crossfire yet. But I know what you mean. When I build a new system I'll be going for the best single card solution I can afford at the time. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources : ForumUpgrading Video Card on Alienware M17 x-R2 (Has HD 5870 Mobility) ForumNoob needs HD 5870 power advice Forum2 x HD 5870 vs New Card? ForumWhat is the power requirement for asus 5870 V 2 ForumXFX 5870 w/ eyefinity X 6 2 GB having driver install failures! ForumReplacing Crossfire 2 x 5870 's ForumFS: gaming laptop:ASUS G73JH- X 1 w/SSD i7 quad 17.3" Radeon HD 5870 ForumRadeon 5870x2 vs Radeon 6950 x2 ForumHD 5770 x2 vs. HD 5870 ForumSapphire 4870 x2 2 gb or the Radeon HD 5870 1gb? ForumHD 7870 ForumWhat is the power requirement for asus 5870 V2 Forum[Solved] Power Supply for Xfx 5870 ? ForumTwo HD 5870's in CF power supply question Forum5870 drivers and power ForumPower and 5870 ForumThe power of the 5970/5870 ForumPower for HD 5870 Forum[Solved] Ati 5870 power requirements Forum[Solved] ATI 5870 with 475 W power supply More resources Read discussions in other Graphics & Displays categories Ati GPUs Graphics Cards Gtx HD Monitors SLI Crossfire Tuner Cards Radeon Video Diamond Multimedia Matrox Nvidia Palit PowerColor Asus Games !