frantic_child Posted January 18, 2013 Share Posted January 18, 2013 Hey, Corsair forums. Looking to upgrade my PC in the fairly soon future & need it to be 'fairly' futureproof (i.e. until at least 2015 or 2016). I'll probably be changing out a few components & adding in some, the key bits should look similar to this when it's done: - ASRock Z77 Extreme 4 - i5 3570k - 1tb samsung HDD/250ssd - 8-16-32 gb of RAM, depending on where I get it from & how cheap it is - 2x GTX560 Non-TI SLI However, I'm on the fence about the 2x 560s part. I say this because #1 there's very little material on google relating to the 560SLI on a TX650, it's all the 560Ti & #2 the TX650 doesn't have 4x PCI-E 6+2s, although it does have enough molex connectors to use an adaptor. Would this be considered alright? Would using 2 adaptors (mol->PCIx6) on 4x molex connectors be 'viable' (see: safe)? Thanks for the help in advance. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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