Theoretical - Is 1500W enough for this?

entropy13

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Can a single SILVERSTONE ST1500 1500W PSU handle that? Or would it need help from another PSU?
 

Tsumi

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The online calculators estimate roughly 200 watts or more than what you need above the 1000 watt range.

That said, that 1500 is enough.
 
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