Can I run an these two Radeon graphics cards on my PSU?

I have recently upgraded my graphics card from - http://www.amazon.co.uk/Asus-Radeon-Graphics-PCI-Express-Dust-proof/dp/B004XANO24 -
to this - http://www.novatech.co.uk/products/components/amdradeongraphicscards/amdhd7850series/11200-14-20g.html -
Now what I'd like to know is would it be possible on this PSU - http://www.fspgroupusa.com/fsp60080epn85/p/852.html - to run both cards or should I just store my old one?
Thanks, Flames.
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  1. Why would you run both? They don't crossfire.
  2. Yeah. You cannot crossfire those cards. Run one or the other.
  3. OK thanks. Yeah in case you couldn't tell I'm quite new to all of this so didn't really know what crossfire was. Now I do.
  4. Was going to recommend using the weaker card as a dedicated physics processor, but I think that's an Nvidia exclusive technology (and the benefit is very, very small anyway).
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