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Windows 7: Is this PSU enough to power a GTX260 SOC Edition?

03 Aug 2010   #1

Windows 7 Pro 32Bit
Is this PSU enough to power a GTX260 SOC Edition?

I was going to get XFX 650W PSU for my rig now as i have a GTX260 and wasthnking about SLIing it 1 day but my PSU now has started to smell like it may be burning so i shut it off quick and decided to get new PSU now but it will need to be a little cheaper than the XFX 1 as im on a budget as its needed right now is this 1 OCZ 500W ModXStream Pro Power Supply - UK: Electronics & Photo good enough to power my GPU and other componets on my pc. As i have heard OCZ were good but its only 500w like my 1 now is so was worried about it burning again.

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03 Aug 2010   #2
Microsoft MVP

Win 7 Ultimate x64

For your current system that OCZ is more than sufficient. I wouldn't run SLI'ed GTX260's on it, but it is fine for a single card.
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 Is this PSU enough to power a GTX260 SOC Edition?

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