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Corsair gs 600 W enough for handling my system? especially gtx 780 SC?

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  • Yes you will be fine.
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  • No you need more than 600W
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October 2, 2013 10:34:44 AM


Mobo: P8H61-M LX2
CPU: i5 2500 non k version
CPU cooler: Cooler master hyper t4 +1 cooler master fan for Push pull configuration.
GPU: EVGA Gtx 780 superclocked
Ram: 2x Kingmax 4gb 1333Mhz
PSU: Corsair GS 600W
Case: Sharkoon t9
2x HDD 1TB

and also i have 5 fan spinning in the system. Average fans.

So as the title says i'm wondering my corsair gaming series 600 w psu can handle these?
i tryed psu calculator on different sites and got different results.
Most of the pages says 580W and recommended 750W psu, but asus page says it's draw 700 W.

I don't think it's true as you can see i typed my pc specs and i didn't think it's draw that much power.

Btw i have hd 6770 now and want to buy gtx 780 so that's why i'm really worried.
Official page says requires 600w or greater power supply.

Any advice? Experience?

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October 2, 2013 1:35:49 PM

You should be fine, thats a good power supply. 600W is enough for any single card setup.