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BiColaTesla

2x RX Vega 56 750w power supply

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Guys i want to buy 2x RX vega 56 and i have 750w power supply.Is it enough for graphic cards

 

System features:

Asus Rampage IV Extreme Motherboard

Intel I7 4930K

3 TB TOSHIBA HIGH PERFORMANCE 7200 RPM

1 TB WD BLUE

240 GB HITACHI 480 MB/S WRITE SSD

750W POWER SUPPLY

2X RX VEGA 56

 

Thanks for your replies

 

 

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3 minutes ago, BiColaTesla said:

750W POWER SUPPLY

what 750 watt PSU?

 

3 minutes ago, BiColaTesla said:

Guys i want to buy 2x RX vega 56

why?

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3 minutes ago, BiColaTesla said:

750W POWER SUPPLY

Which 750w Power Supply?

 

What are you planning on using the system for? Why 2x Vega56?


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I wouldn't recommend it, either regarding the power supply or regarding gaming performance. Crossfire (and SLI) has issues, so even though the raw performance is great, your in-game experience often won't reflect that.

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If you’re overclocking definite not. If you are not 750 might be just enough. But in the first place I would not recommend crossfire you would probably be better off getting a Rex Vega 5700 xt

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If you want Radeon, just buy RX 5700 XT as it's RTX 2070 level. Multicard setups are always very picky and problematic. I always stick with single card setup and never ever had any major problems with Radeon or GeForce. It just works. Dual Vega 56 might give you great performance in some games and Vega 56 performance in others if things aren't optimal.

 

As things stand right now, I'd suggest waiting till July 7th when RX 5700 XT comes out. And NVIDIA with their "Super" cards.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Is there problem with my psu?

Because i saw some of the people playing witcher 3 4k 80 fps with rx vega 56 crossfire and with 750w psu

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