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    Power Supply Help

    So basically I will be building a new computer that will be running on these components and I don't want to hear anything about overkill or things like that cause I don't really care I already have the 2 780ti's anyway.

    -i7 4790k Processor
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    -8gb Corsair Memory
    -250GB SSD
    -3TB WD HDD
    -Corsair H110 CPU cooler
    -2 Aftermarket Case Fans
    -2 Monitors

    So my question is what is the minimum amount of Watts that I should be getting for this build? I was thinking of the Corsair RM Series 1000 Watt Gold Power Supply, but I am not sure with all these components.
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    1000W probably should be enough assuming that you don't overclock them however if you do I would get a 1100/1200W PSU just to be on the safe side.

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    850 Watts is fine for a machine with SLi 780ti's. You'll only need a higher wattage if you're going to do serious overvolting on the GPU's/CPU.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doc View Post
    850 Watts is fine for a machine with SLi 780ti's. You'll only need a higher wattage if you're going to do serious overvolting on the GPU's/CPU.
    I will probably only overclock the cpu, so you reckon the 1000W will be fine?
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    Quote Originally Posted by `Rejected View Post


    I will probably only overclock the cpu, so you reckon the 1000W will be fine?
    Moooore than enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doc View Post
    Moooore than enough.
    its funny how much overkill people recommend for PSUs i doubt this system will bull more then 800

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    Your build would probably run fine on a 750 at minimum, although I wouldn't recommend it. To be safe I would get a 800+ PSU if you're looking for a non-overclocked system. If you're looking to overclock, then you may want to get a 900+ PSU just to be safe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ex0rPl4net View Post

    its funny how much overkill people recommend for PSUs i doubt this system will bull more then 800
    Its not really overkill, he said he was overclocking and if he ever wants to make any upgrades it wouldn't be a bad idea for his psu to have some leeway to work with.

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