I want to possibly upgrade to SLI'd MSI GeForce GTX 560 Ti HAWK GPUs, which PSU should I buy?
Hi TweakTown !
I've MSI GTX 560-Ti Hawk, i want to change it to MSI GTX 660 Hawk or maybe SLI my GTX 560-Ti Hawk. And then if i want to SLI GTX 560-Ti Hawk what PSU should i choose ?
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