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Old 08-03-2013, 07:31 PM   #1
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Default 2 HD Radeon 7850 Power Supply

I am thinking of getting another Radeon 7850 go go with my current one, I also have a 650 watt power supply. Would this be okay to run 2 7850's on or would I need a bigger power source?

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Default Re: 2 HD Radeon 7850 Power Supply

If it's a good PSU then it should work... but it's still in the low end for a crossfire system.
What PSU do you have?
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Default Re: 2 HD Radeon 7850 Power Supply

I currently have an Antec 650 watt ATX12v v2.3
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that's not the model name. it's the brands name and how many watt it's set to.
... then also that it is an ATX PSU.
i could be an old one.
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