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Would a 750w psu (Corsair RM750x) be enough for two RX 7600 xt’s

S_LLY
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Yes, they’re only 200 watt cards, two of them on 750w with a conventional cpu will be fine.

 

That being said, why two 7600 xt’s? I presume this is for some kind of AI workload with the 16gb of vram per card, but that would be done better with a few other gpus.

I just need to know if a 750w psu will be enough for two RX 7600 xt’s for my pc.

 

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CPU: 5600x could cause a bottleneck Ik

Memory: 16gb 3600mhz ddr4

Motherboard: asus Tuf gaming B550 plus WiFi)

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Yes, they’re only 200 watt cards, two of them on 750w with a conventional cpu will be fine.

 

That being said, why two 7600 xt’s? I presume this is for some kind of AI workload with the 16gb of vram per card, but that would be done better with a few other gpus.

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6 minutes ago, S_LLY said:

I just need to know if a 750w psu will be enough for two RX 7600 xt’s for my pc.

 

(additional information,

CPU: 5600x could cause a bottleneck Ik

Memory: 16gb 3600mhz ddr4

Motherboard: asus Tuf gaming B550 plus WiFi)

I would think so, but what are you using multiple GPUs for?

You'd really get better performance with a single beefier GPU.

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Two new 7600xt's is a very strange choice for ML workload, and you can't use them for gaming (as we discussed in your other thread) so what are you planning on doing with both of them?

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