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Ask the Experts Question: What is the minimum PSU required for GeForce GTX 670's in SLI?

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What is the minimum power supply for two GeForce GTX 670's to run in SLI?

Hi Carlos,

 

A single GeForce GTX 670 will consume, at a maximum, 170W of power. So two of them will consume 340W of power, according to NVIDIA's detailed specifications on the GTX 670 itself.

 

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As for power supplies, you would probably want to get a 650-850W PSU to cover yourself. I would specifically recommend the Corsair AX760. This is one of the best power supplies in its class, and will handle the two GPU's running in SLI without a problem whatsoever.

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