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Old 08-25-2018, 11:11 AM
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Hello:
I'm going to buy a Corsair rm750x, and I'm also planning to buy a second 1070ti for my build, would like to know if the PSU is going to provide enough power or if I need a more powerful PSU. (Sorry for the newbie question).

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Old 08-25-2018, 11:46 AM
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Go to PCPartPicker and configure your system. That'll tell you.

Also ... there's this: https://www.guru3d.com/articles-page...-review,8.html.

The 750 may work but you may be pushing it at heavy load and you won't have a whole lot of power available for additional stuff. Personally, I'd shoot for 1000W for SLI.
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I had an RM750x on my build after getting a second 980 ti / SLI late 2016 the PSU fan was on constantly whilst gaming so I got a ax1200i - It was pulling over 650W I seem to recall. It never cut out or tripped but the rig got pretty noisey I would go for an 850 or better a 1000 to future proof yourself a bit. Not sure what a 1070 pulls powerwise compared to 980 ti not in the market for new GPUs just yet. Maybe next year
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Old 08-28-2018, 06:10 PM
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It can definitely depend on how much your system draws overall, which is why DevBiker recommends putting your system build into a calculator like PPP. Like Jonosg also mentions, the same draw will cause different power supplies to act differently depending on what they're capable of, so it all depends!
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