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    QOTW: What wattage is your power supply?

    And do you envisage having to upgrade your unit anytime soon?
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    Re: QOTW: What wattage is your power supply?

    Currently its 875w, handled 290x crossfire nicely, easily powers my now single RX580.

    With the efficiencies being made in new parts I may never need to change it (of course it will fail one day).

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    Re: QOTW: What wattage is your power supply?

    Still using the Corsair TX 650 I won in a competition on here. Only got a stock Core i7 and 1070 GTX to power so no need to go big.

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    Re: QOTW: What wattage is your power supply?

    Corsair HX850i, uses around 50W idle (80+ efficiency) and about 350W load (90+ efficiency). No need to upgrade as this is a fairly new build. Last PSU was a Corsair AX750 which was pretty solid.

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    Re: QOTW: What wattage is your power supply?

    750W, and even that is overkill for an mATX system. I only got it because it was cheaper than the 650W I was going to go for.
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    Re: QOTW: What wattage is your power supply?

    Corsair TX 750w

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    Re: QOTW: What wattage is your power supply?

    Nothing too fancy: an OCZ Mod X Stream Pro 700W for last 6 years, powers: Intel Core i5-3350P, 16GB ram, Asus STRIX GTX970, 1x SSD, 3x HDD and some other bits & bobs with no issues.

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    Re: QOTW: What wattage is your power supply?

    I've got a Cooler Master Silent Pro 700W gold. Can't imagine I'll ever change it unless it breaks.

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    Re: QOTW: What wattage is your power supply?

    600 inches

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    Re: QOTW: What wattage is your power supply?

    630W BeQuiet PurePowerL8 - old but solid/quiet. No plans to upgrade in the foreseeable future.

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    Re: QOTW: What wattage is your power supply?

    eVGA 1300W in main gaming rig.

    I admit it's over the top for 1x gpu (1080ti) but it gives me the option to go SLI should I get a 2nd gpu.
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    Re: QOTW: What wattage is your power supply?

    Quote Originally Posted by blokeinkent View Post
    Still using the Corsair TX 650 I won in a competition on here. Only got a stock Core i7 and 1070 GTX to power so no need to go big.
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    Re: QOTW: What wattage is your power supply?

    350W Enermax NAXN.

    powers 5 hard drives and a 750ti all right. no need for anything more powerful.

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    Re: QOTW: What wattage is your power supply?

    V850W modular. There was a deal on and I figured it would give me options for SLI but I never went down that path.

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    Re: QOTW: What wattage is your power supply?

    My wife has an EVGA 1600W Platinum power supply in her rig (replaced the same 1050W Seasonic as I have in my pc after wall mounting her pc because the seasonic's fan was too loud with no case to muffle the sound)

    I have a Seasonic XP3 1050W Platinum in my rig,

    Yes I am planning to upgrade to the same EVGA 1600W Platinum that my wife has in her rig.

    Neither of us need the power of the 1600W, but it is a choice that is made so the power supply runs quiet because the fan never spins up.

    We both run fully custom watercooled gaming pc's which run completely silent. But when I am gaming on my rig the only noise I hear is from the damned power supply fan.
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    Re: QOTW: What wattage is your power supply?

    EVGA G2 1000W, purchased a few years back to run 680s in SLI, but now it runs my 7800X and 2070. It's definite overkill - I could get away with 650-700W no problem. So, no, I don't plan on upgrading any time soon. Maybe in another 5 years when my warranty is up.

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