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hi there i have just changed power supply from a falty ANTEC TPQ-1000W. to a CORSAIR 750W TX-650 and still wanted to sli my 2 leadtek px8800gts 512 just wanted to know. would have the power to run both cards with 750watts psu.

plus i got a amd 6400+ blacked 3.2 ghz wd 320hd about 4 fans three 120mm and 1 200mm and 2g corsair pc6400 800mhz
thats eveything that sucking powering in my comp just to get an idea of what i would need if i do need more.
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Hello shift me to...

I just reviewed the Corsair TX750W PSU...reading that may answer some of your questions...Review.

The Antec 900 case I installed to first is running 3 120mm fans and a 250mm fan...the PSU never missed a beat...even while running two Asus 8600 video cards in SLI.

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hi there i have just changed power supply from a falty ANTEC TPQ-1000W. to a CORSAIR 750W TX-650 and still wanted to sli my 2 leadtek px8800gts 512 just wanted to know. would have the power to run both cards with 750watts psu.

plus i got a amd 6400+ blacked 3.2 ghz wd 320hd about 4 fans three 120mm and 1 200mm and 2g corsair pc6400 800mhz
thats eveything that sucking powering in my comp just to get an idea of what i would need if i do need more.

That PSU will be more then enough to power what you have got there, along with a second 8800GTS.
James

Edited by james_8970, 24 January 2008 - 09:42 PM.

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