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PSU and Graphics card

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by jimortality, Dec 15, 2013.

  1. jimortality

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    ideally looking for some feedback of people that are or have used these cards. Is it 3 or 4 year future proof?
     
  2. jimortality

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    @Bram Hengeveld how areyou getting on with youor GTX 770? did you get the 2 or 4 gb version? what PSU are you using? and that's it for now cheers
     
  3. Bram

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    I am using the 2GB version of the GTX770 which was fairly cheap and so far does a really good job in replacing my old 260 card. My powersupply is 650W as 600W is required I believe.
     
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  4. Tony Crabb

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    What you need to look for on the PSU is the +12volt rail. It should have a minimum of 30 amps. As that is dedicated to the gCard. My PSU is a Coolermaster Thunder 700w with a 55amp running off the +12volt rail.
    Here's a link to mine and some way down the page is a picture of what I'm talking about;
    http://www.coolermaster.com/powersupply/thunder/thunder-700w/
     
  5. Justin Swan

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