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Windows 7: Building a Gaming PC, is this good?

28 Jun 2013   #131
TwoCables

 

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Not really, I mean a GTX 770 can easily max out any game at 1080p or am I wrong?
That's something I don't know yet. I'm only asking because the 620W M12II has enough power, but you'd need to use Molex to PCI-E adapters because two 770s would require 2 x 6-pin and 2 x 8-pin (or 2 x 6+2-pin) PCI-E connectors. So a PSU with 4 x 6+2-pin PCI-E connectors would be a good choice, and there are several quality-made 650W PSUs that have this connectivity. So if you're going to stay with one video card, then there's no worry.
Alright, so the M12II 620W should be no problem then?
Yep. I just couldn't help but think that maybe there was something better for the same price. Here in the US, there are a few. So, I was hoping that it was the same for the Netherlands. I always figure, "you never know!"


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28 Jun 2013   #132
CommandoBob

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That's something I don't know yet. I'm only asking because the 620W M12II has enough power, but you'd need to use Molex to PCI-E adapters because two 770s would require 2 x 6-pin and 2 x 8-pin (or 2 x 6+2-pin) PCI-E connectors. So a PSU with 4 x 6+2-pin PCI-E connectors would be a good choice, and there are several quality-made 650W PSUs that have this connectivity. So if you're going to stay with one video card, then there's no worry.
Alright, so the M12II 620W should be no problem then?
Yep. I just couldn't help but think that maybe there was something better for the same price. Here in the US, there are a few. So, I was hoping that it was the same for the Netherlands. I always figure, "you never know!"
Alright, thanks for your help anyway.
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28 Jun 2013   #133
TwoCables

 

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Alright, so the M12II 620W should be no problem then?
Yep. I just couldn't help but think that maybe there was something better for the same price. Here in the US, there are a few. So, I was hoping that it was the same for the Netherlands. I always figure, "you never know!"
Alright, thanks for your help anyway.
You're welcome.
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