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Is My PSU Enough To Handle Another Graphics Card?

Guys i really need urgent help on this from someone with someone with experience around this area!

Ok well i was thinking of upgrading my computer from 1 sapphire 7770 to 2x Sapphire 7770 into crossfire, but i am not sure if it will work,

HERE ARE MY SPECS:
PSU - 500w Thermaltake PSU OEM 30/8

http://www.thermaltake.com.au/products-model.aspx?id=C_00001786

Mobo - Gigabyte GA-970A-D3

GPU - Sapphire 7770 Ghz edition

CPU - AMD 8120 (8 core cpu)

RAM - 16gb 4x4 G.Skill 1.5v 1600

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Clarification Request
(NT) Is my power supply enough for crossfire?
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Looking around I see 336 Watts on a light system.
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On the side of my psu

MY PSU

DC Output- +3.3v / +5v / +12v1 / +12v2 / -12v / +5Vsb
Max Output- 25a / 28a / 14a / 15a / 0.3a / 2.0a
Min Output- 0.5a / 0.3a / 1a / 1a / 0.0a / 0.0a

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15A x 12V = 180 Watts per rail.

My bet is this will be troublesome. If it was a single rail, it might squeak by on a cool day but it is not.
Bob

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