Hey guys. I'm looking at selling my motherboard/cpu and memory to a good friend of mine whos given me a great price. He's already got a 5770 which he'll use with my current gear and it'll be a good enough system for his liking. This puts me into a position where i'm gonna be without a PC, but still have my HDD's, monitor, case, gfx cards, optical drives and my old Silverstone Strider 750W PSU in question. I'm thinking of using the money i get for my current gear to get a slightly updated AMD system consisting of the 1090T CPU, dominator GT's for memory and the ASUS Crosshair IV Formula. What i'd like to know is would my 750W PSU be able to handle the grunt of the new cpu? I want to overclock it towards 4.0Ghz with a Corsair H50. Full system specs will be as follows: AMD X6 1090T 3.2Ghz (Overclocked) Corsair H50 Cooler 4 GB DDR3 Dominator GT's (1600Mhz) Asus Crosshair IV Formula Motherboard 2 x ATI 5850's (also overclocked to around 900/1200) Zotac Nvidia 9800GT Eco edition for Physx 2x 320GB Seagate sata 2 HDDs 2x 160GB Seagate sata 2 HDDs 750W Silverstone Strider PSU. I'm just a little concerned as to how much juice the CPU will guzzle once it hits those higher clockspeeds and/or Voltages. Any suggestions? This PSU has never missed a beat, its currently running my phenom 940 at 3.6Ghz 24/7 at 1.45Vcore on air right now if thats going to give you any more of an indication? Any help or Suggestions are welcome here. Thanks in advance.