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ssp9919

65 months ago

i have a 759watt psu

and like 5-6 leads,cables

does that mean each cable can go up to 750? or the whole psu can do 750

{ex. i m looking at a video card but it says it requires 600watts} so it that it or just 1 cable can handle or what?

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  • 65 months ago
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There's no way your video card uses 600 watts. That's the manufacturer recommendation for your power supply, and yes your whole PSU can output 750 watts, give or take a few. Your PSU should have some 6 or 8 pin connectors which you plug into your GPU.

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