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Old 08-07-2013
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Exclamation Need help choosing a power supply!

I'm gonna be runing a 4770k, a gtx 780 and i want overclock headroom, would the Seasonic Platinum 660XP suffice?, if not, what do you recommend.
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Yep, it will be perfect.
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Agreed. 660W is more than enough for any single GPU configuration. That's a great PSU for that setup.
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