[SOLVED] GTX 1070 SLI ..!

Zuber Khan12

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Hello Community,

Hope you guys are doing well in this pandemic, Stay safe.!

I started to build my new PC and i already bought GTX 1070. other parts will be :
Ryzen 5 3600,
16gb DDR4 ram,
MOBO Is not final yet,

Well, i know doing SLI is not a good idea. But i got used GTX 1070 from my bro, He used it for mining crypto,

So i am thinking about getting one more 1070 from him for SLI, because its cost me around 350$, which is 180$ each, which is like half of the price of new card.

But before i buy , i need to make sure is that my "Corsair CS650M Gold Certified PSU" would be enough for my PC, Otherwise i will drop the plan for now cz i don't want to buy PSU again.
(i dont do overclocking nor will do).

I check PSU calculater on newegg.com : https://www.newegg.com/tools/power-supply-calculator/ its says 500watt will be enough but i doubt.

So, Considering the price of cards, will it worth it ? and if i need to buy new PSU, which one it will be (for future),
 
spending 180$ for SLi gaming in 2020 is a complete waste of money.Many newer titles dont even support it.Stick to your 1 gtx 1070 and save money for a RTX 30xx series GPU's,that will be your best bet.You would literally have 1 more gtx 1070 laying in your 2nd pcie slot for nothing.
 
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Zuber Khan12

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spending 180$ for SLi gaming in 2020 is a complete waste of money.Many newer titles dont even support it.Stick to your 1 gtx 1070 and save money for a RTX 30xx series GPU's,that will be your best bet.You would literally have 1 more gtx 1070 laying in your 2nd pcie slot for nothing.
Thank you for your response, If thats the case, i will drop this idea and save it to buy other imp things
 

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