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HexBug78l
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Powerful enough power?

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HP OMEN 880-146NF
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Is my power supply of 500 watts and powerful enought to support: an I7-8700, a GTX 1050 ti, an 8GB RX 580, a Tampa2 motherboard, a 1TB 7200rpm hard drive, a 2TB 7200rpm hard drive, and a Be Quiet Dark Rock Pro 4 cooler.
Can my power supply withstand all of this ?

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wb2001
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Using 2 different graphics cards
Yes, this can technically work—both cards will give you graphical output. However, different cards cannot be linked together to function as a GPU array (CrossFire or SLI), so you generally won't be able to use them together to render graphics in games.
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HexBug78l
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If i put one screen on one graphics card and another screen on the other graphics card, will the 2 screens be able to be "linked" ?

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@HexBug78l 

IHMO, not with the same game.  You need two identical cards operating with the SLI cabling to the other card.

HP should be contacted because I do not know if your motherboard is SLI capable.

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To come back to my question of power, will my power supply have enought power where i have to buy a more efficient one ?

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wb2001
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@HexBug78l,

Your system as equipped, operates with a 500W PSU.  The RX 580 will add another 185W-200W load.

Looks in the 750W that will fit into your case. 

Fulll modular:

  5 year  https://www.newegg.com/thermaltake-toughpower-750w-gold-ps-tpd-0750mpcgus-1/p/N82E16817153198

10 year https://www.newegg.com/evga-supernova-750-ga-220-ga-0750-x1-750w/p/1HU-00J7-004V2?&quicklink=true

SDemi-Modular:

5 year https://www.newegg.com/cooler-master-masterwatt-series-mpx-7501-amaab-us-750w/p/N82E16817171114

 

 

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