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600 watt enough for BFG Core 216 OCX?

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I have a Silverstone 600 watt PSU running my E6600, 2 GB Ram and a 7950 GX2 GPU on a Asus P5N32 SLi deluxe Motherboard. I want to upgrade my 7950 to BFG's Core 216 OCX..but I wasn't sure on power requirements.

I have asked elsewhere, but I've been getting mixed replies...I even used http://www.extreme.o...n.com/PSUEngine and it says I should be fine

But, I'm just worried as I don't want my PSU to fry :/

Here are the links to the other topics:

http://www.techsuppo...tml#post1827175 (Before I wasn't sure about the Core 216..)

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for the gtx 260.

oh and its against the terms of agreement to link to other forums. just a heads up

if it is for the 260, 600watt should be fine but b4 you do what the the amps on the 12V rails

Edited by charge06, 29 November 2008 - 07:47 PM.

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