fred02171

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Hi Everyone


I am building a quad core rig, problably phenom II. I will be using 2 hard drives and an Antec 1200 case (lots of case fans)

I will be gaming at 1900X1200.

This is my power supply:
PC Power & Cooling S75CF 750W EPS12V SLI NVIDIA SLI Certified (Dual 8800 GTX and below) CrossFire Ready 80 PLUS Certified Active PFC Power Supply - Retail


Question:
Will I have enough power to cross fire (2) 4890s? If not what is my next best option? I'm not looking for FPS bragging rights. I just want a good gaming experience on a 24" monitor with very high detail on most games.
 

fullmetall

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Each added 4890 card means another 190 Watt (peak) on your 12 Volt rails. 190/12= 16 Amps per graphics card.

You'll be just fine, nice pick on the PSU aswell. Have fun.
Overclocking wont do anything but raise the temperature, so, make sure your aftermarket cooler is a good quality.