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Old 08-19-2018, 08:15 AM
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Default HX1200 3 gpu? Will you recommend it?

Can HX1200 can handle 3 gpu? Is is advisable?I've been hearing issues that it worked for 5-6 months but ended up damaging the psu.
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Old 08-19-2018, 05:15 PM
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It depends on the GPUs and the total system wattage draw.

Put all of your components into PCPartPicker. This will give you a pretty good estimate of your max power usage.
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I would recommend the AX1500i which can handle overclocking as well as having enough tentacles for 3-way etc
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It definitely depends on overall draw that your system is going to use. PCPartPicker and other wattage calculators can help you determine how much your system (and the GPUs) will need.
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