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Ask the Experts Question: Will the Corsair GS600 PSU power GTX 670's in SLI?

Will the Corsair GS600 PSU power GTX 670's in SLI?
Would Corsair's GS600 PSU power my GTX 670 SLI system?
Question asked by Kregor from South Africa | | Cases, Cooling & PSU Content | Posted:
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Can a Corsair GS600 PSU handle two GeForce GTX 670's in SLI running on a Core i5-3570K system with an SSD and HDD?

Hi Kregor,

 

You might find that the Corsair GS600 would power your system, but I wouldn't chance it. I would suggest that if you've spent $500+ on your GPU setup, to spend $200 on a great PSU that would never fault you, and would allow you some upgrade flexibility.

 

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Corsair's AX860 PSU is just $199, and would handle your GTX 670 SLI setup just fine. Corsair's AX range of power supplies are some of the best in the world, and I would have no issues at all recommending them to you.

 

Your GPU's are quite powerful, and think of the PSU like tyres on a car - you wouldn't buy retreads (second hand tyres) for a Ferrari now, would you? Your GTX 670 SLI setup is exotic compared to most gamers' setups, so compliment it with a great PSU!

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