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2700x and 1080ti

On 4/15/2019 at 9:26 PM, nick name said:

The max power draw observed with software for my 2700X was 220W.  

That seems oddly high.

 

3 hours ago, DarkFade said:

Great! But do you know the power consumption when i overclock my things? I'm an amateur in overclocking,but I'll get the job done. Im just scared my overclocking will use up all 650W in my PSU

Removing the current limits for overclocking will lead to maybe 180W current draw. Even with the 220W in the above statement, a 600W and above is more than enough in every single way. People should stop worrying with single GPU non-HEDT systems. 600-800W is sufficient for 99% of all builds. If you're planning something out of the ordinary, you'll know about the additional power consumption of you hardware of choice.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Does anyone know how much power does 2700x and 1080ti together use. If you don't, a website which I could use to estimate the power usage of my rigcould be handy dandy.

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My estimate would be around ~390Wfor the full system under load.

I base that on this benchmark/review of the 2700X which includes power usage with the full system with a GTX 1080 installed.

https://www.guru3d.com/articles_pages/amd_ryzen_7_2700x_review,7.html

 

I also base that on the fact that a 1080 Ti is more power hungry than a GTX 1080, as shown by this review:

https://www.guru3d.com/articles-pages/msi-geforce-gtx-1080-ti-gaming-x-trio-review,7.html

Keep in mind this is power consumption for GPU only, with the 1080 Ti being almost 100W higher.

 

You could use PCPartPicker to setup your entire PC and it also gives a power rating, but I would recommend a good quality 650W+ PSU.


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550W ~ 650W

 

Make sure it's a up-to-date good quality PSU and you're fine.

 

7 minutes ago, DarkFade said:

power supply that came with it (650W 80W Gold)

This should be enough but would be nice to know exactly what model is it.


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Posted · Original PosterOP

Thanks for all the help. Unfortunately, in-win doesn't specify what PSU it is, they only say 650w gold plus.And i luckily in-win sent my case directly to the uk(They only deliver to the netherlands or US). And the in-win spec is kinda confusing, on the page where you buy the case says it 650, but in the manual it says it a 600W PSU, so they need to check this out.

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2 hours ago, Minibois said:

I base that on this benchmark/review of the 2700X which includes power usage with the full system with a GTX 1080 installed.

https://www.guru3d.com/articles_pages/amd_ryzen_7_2700x_review,7.html

That's wall power, though. OP is probably more interested in the DC side, which will be ~10% lower. 

~320-340W is a reasonable estimate, from just doing GPU TDP + 70W. 


 

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A system with those specs will stay below 400W under load in almost all scenarios. Even an overclocket 2700X with current limits disabled will not exceed 180W in any torture test - you'll need serious cooling then and won't gain much because you've already exceeded the limits of that chip. With a more reasonable overclock you're looking at 140-150W. A 1080Ti in a torture run (!) peaks at roughly 250W. Peaks of 300W are possible for very very short bursts but that's it. So maxing out everything you're looking at 400W-ish. In gaming that system will probably stay around 280-300W.

 

In order to reach 400W or even 450W in peaks you'd need to run Prime95 and Furmark at the same time.

 

With a psu rated for 500W and above you're good to go.

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The max power draw observed with software for my 2700X was 220W.  


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On 4/15/2019 at 11:08 PM, bowrilla said:

A system with those specs will stay below 400W under load in almost all scenarios. Even an overclocket 2700X with current limits disabled will not exceed 180W in any torture test - you'll need serious cooling then and won't gain much because you've already exceeded the limits of that chip. With a more reasonable overclock you're looking at 140-150W. A 1080Ti in a torture run (!) peaks at roughly 250W. Peaks of 300W are possible for very very short bursts but that's it. So maxing out everything you're looking at 400W-ish. In gaming that system will probably stay around 280-300W.

 

In order to reach 400W or even 450W in peaks you'd need to run Prime95 and Furmark at the same time.

 

With a psu rated for 500W and above you're good to go.

Great! But do you know the power consumption when i overclock my things? I'm an amateur in overclocking,but I'll get the job done. Im just scared my overclocking will use up all 650W in my PSU

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On 4/15/2019 at 9:26 PM, nick name said:

The max power draw observed with software for my 2700X was 220W.  

That seems oddly high.

 

3 hours ago, DarkFade said:

Great! But do you know the power consumption when i overclock my things? I'm an amateur in overclocking,but I'll get the job done. Im just scared my overclocking will use up all 650W in my PSU

Removing the current limits for overclocking will lead to maybe 180W current draw. Even with the 220W in the above statement, a 600W and above is more than enough in every single way. People should stop worrying with single GPU non-HEDT systems. 600-800W is sufficient for 99% of all builds. If you're planning something out of the ordinary, you'll know about the additional power consumption of you hardware of choice.

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