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Each 970 uses a max of ~150watt. It is very unlikely the rest of your system will use 460watt, unless you have some exotic components. You should be just fine.
By Christo Mastoroudes on 23 September 2014
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Yes, it could even power three Titan X's in one system with a 5960X and 16GB of RAM.
By David on 07 June 2015
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Absolutely. You'll have enough headroom for a second GPU in the future as well.
By TomD on 13 September 2016
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I take it you are talking about the ATX 12V power connector, it has all 3 cables, the 4,6 and 8.
By Paul Swain on 10 January 2017
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Hi! Actually, I seem to remember it came with one (It was a while ago i bought mine though... so my memory could be deceiving me!)
By Mr Michael J Lock on 10 January 2015
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yes!!
By Spyros Karydis on 02 December 2014
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I had an AX1200i fail in less than 24 hours. I replaced it with an HX750i about 4 months ago (and also bought two other HX750i's at the same time for my other systems) and they have all been working flawlessly since.
By Jonathan R. on 17 March 2015
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Yes. Easily. As mentioned in the previous answers, each GTX1080 draws 180W on full load and the i7 6950x (on full load) pulls around 140W. So, allowing for an additional draw of 250W from the rest of the system, a minimum of a 750W PSU should be fine.
By Jonathan R. on 05 December 2016
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Depends on the power consumption of the graphics cards in question and what your system will be used for. I use mine for 3D CPU/GPU concurrent rendering and am using the AX760, running a single GTX Titan Z (max draw: 375W), along with an i7 4930K CPU (max draw 150W) - I'd say, at full load, my system wouldn't draw more… see more Depends on the power consumption of the graphics cards in question and what your system will be used for. I use mine for 3D CPU/GPU concurrent rendering and am using the AX760, running a single GTX Titan Z (max draw: 375W), along with an i7 4930K CPU (max draw 150W) - I'd say, at full load, my system wouldn't draw more than about 550W. So if you're looking use 2 graphics cards on the AX760, the cards shouldn't have a maximum power draw of more than 250-275W, to be safe. Always get a PSU that can candle full load of all your hardware, with 'room to spare'. it's not good to push your PSU to the absolute limit - you'd be asking for problems see less
By Jonathan R. on 19 September 2016
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You can just swap the unit it self but you could wait for a bit and get the new ax1500i if you could afford it.
By angela on 08 May 2014