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Moureau Niels

CrossFireX on 280X

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exactly 2X the power consumption of 1 r9 280X, so that is 260*2=520 wats

 

http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/radeon-r9-280x-r9-270x-r7-260x,3635-18.html

Just over 400 watts btw.


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What is the rest of the rig? Are they overclocked?


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Just over 400 watts btw.

 

 

check my source

 

SO i will be good with a 750W PSU?

 

 

depend on the rest f your system, whats it? are you gonna OC them?

 

Just over 400 watts btw.

 

 

check my source


Computer's don't make errors. What they do, they do on purpose.

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check my source

I did and I'm sure OP buying it to play games and not for mining.

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I did and I'm sure OP buying it to play games and not for mining.

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you can never be too sure, he might be going to F@H or something, that will also serve for a 100% load.


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