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Planning an i7 6700k and GTX 1080. Should I get an EVGA 650W P2 or EVGA 750W G2?

PC Parts Picker says that I will use 506W max but I don't know what my future holds. It could hold over clocking or more components. I also don't know how big of a difference 2% makes in efficiency, but it must be pretty big to be in a whole other class of PSUs. Let me know your thoughts.
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  1. The 650w would be more than enough. Go 750w only if you think you may run SLI in the future.
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    RMx 650 would be my choice , but the P2 is real good.
  3. I had the same question when buying my 1080 FTW EVGA card and 6700K. I went with the 650 P2. It provides plenty of power with better efficiency than the G2. Also I am never ever going SLI. One card is better than dealing with maybe/maybe not sli works in certain games issue. So that being said, if you're not going sli, get the P2.
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