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    Talking GTx 770 ??

    Can i use Corsair Cx600 for GTX 770 ?? will there be any problem using that with this PSU ??

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    i think theoretically it can but if i were you i wouldnt even try coz gtx 770 is power hungry and CX series is ¤¤¤¤

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    Quote Originally Posted by devilgamer View Post
    Can i use Corsair Cx600 for GTX 770 ?? will there be any problem using that with this PSU ??
    ur gadget says u r using amd phenom x4 3.2GHz, that will bottleneck GTX770.

    apart from that as 770 is a almost 250W/225W card and u r using AMD processor, i would recommend using a bit more higher around 650W PSU.

    though 600W should be fine

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    Quote Originally Posted by redwan hasan View Post
    ur gadget says u r using amd phenom x4 3.2GHz, that will bottleneck GTX770.

    apart from that as 770 is a almost 250W/225W card and u r using AMD processor, i would recommend using a bit more higher around 650W PSU.

    though 600W should be fine
    i am going to upgrade my PC to i5/i7 (4/5 gen.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by devilgamer View Post
    i am going to upgrade my PC to i5/i7 (4/5 gen.)
    if so go ahead

    ur psu will be okay. intel CPU's burn less energy comparing to AMD.

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