Sooo, first time, long time. I hope this is the right forum for this type of question. I know I'm going to catch crap for this but... I've been trying to find info on the intranets regarding my PSU and if it'll be able to handle a non-overclocked 470GTX (non-SLI). My system specs: PSU in question: Corsair 520HX - about 2 years old and going strong. i7-860 (stock) Asus P7P55D Evo 9800GTX+ (to be replaced with a 470GTX) 2 sticks G.Skill DDR3 (stock) 3x 7200rpm WD drives 3x 120mm Fans (low-medium speed) 1x 140mm Fan 2x 92mm fans (medium speed) Calculated Current draw via eXtreme PSU Calculator: 352watts Calculated Current draw with 470GTX: 431watts The reason I ask is because I don't want to have to shell out more cash for a PSU when the one I have is still pretty good so far. Also, I don't plan on on OC'ing the 470GTX when I get it. I've read reviews on the 520HX and how it can dish out more power, but I just wanted to be on the safe side and ask you fine folks of TPU for your expertise. Thanks for your input!