Corsair 750w PSU
Here's the specs:
My video card recommends 36A on the +12 rail. Good to go. However, in terms of "future proofing" as much of my build as I can, The day will eventually come that rather than just getting a new video card, the prices on todays "modern cards" will come down and it will just be who of me to SLI the same model I have. This puts my recommended +12v Amperage at 72. Or does it? Video card in question is the EVGA GTX 260 core 216 Super Clocked
I'm hoping to only have to upgrade 1 or 2 parts at a time as my rig loses its battle with technology advances as opposed to building a whole new machine again. I get it that this PSU will be able to supply future cards in a single card set-up, but I like to keep my options open in case I decide to SLI the card anyway just for the fun of it.