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Is the bequiet straight power 11 650w good for my build

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hi I'm making a build with a 9400f and 2060 super and was wondering if the be quiet straight power 11 650w (114pounds) would be good for my system. Also I'm planning on overclocking the gpu as well if that makes a difference 

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Just now, nextraff said:

Hi I'm making a build with a 9400f and 2060 super and was wondering if the be quiet straight power 11 650w (114pounds) would be good for my system. Also I'm planning on overclocking the gpu as well if that makes a difference 

The Straight Power 11 is a great PSU and 650W is more than plenty.

 

The 9400F uses about 80W and the GPU about 170W. Add around 100W for the rest of the system and you can see 650W is way more than needed.

You could certainly get away with the 550W version too.


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Straight Power 550w PSU died on me one time. Smoke, smell and if i wouldnt have been around at that moment, a fire.

Could have been a monday model, but i didnt buy bequiet again after this.


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31 minutes ago, Donut Dan said:

You can set PCPP to UK and it will show UK stores and prices. The Antec Neo Eco Gold's doesn't show any availability on PCPP UK and the Silverstone SX500-LG is an SFX-L power supply, not ATX. SFX might have compatibility issues with their case and cable length (they're meant for smaller ITX cases and they have shorter cables than regular PSUs that might not reach to fit in larger cases).

 

The Corsair TXM seems to be in stock. The TX550M would also be fine for the build and is available at various places for 80 pounds if they wanted a cheaper alternative.

The Straight Power 11 is a better PSU than the TXM though. Could go with the 550W model but it seems they're sold out at most places.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 hour ago, minibois said:

The Straight Power 11 is a great PSU and 650W is more than plenty.

 

The 9400F uses about 80W and the GPU about 170W. Add around 100W for the rest of the system and you can see 650W is way more than needed.

You could certainly get away with the 550W version too.

my thought process was that if i get the 650w version then i would be able to upgrade in the future so i was just making sure be quiet was a reliable brand 

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1 hour ago, Spotty said:

You can set PCPP to UK and it will show UK stores and prices. The Antec Neo Eco Gold's doesn't show any availability on PCPP UK and the Silverstone SX500-LG is an SFX-L power supply, not ATX. SFX might have compatibility issues with their case and cable length (they're meant for smaller ITX cases and they have shorter cables than regular PSUs that might not reach to fit in larger cases).

 

The Corsair TXM seems to be in stock. The TX550M would also be fine for the build and is available at various places for 80 pounds if they wanted a cheaper alternative.

The Straight Power 11 is a better PSU than the TXM though. Could go with the 550W model but it seems they're sold out at most places.

do you think the 550 version will give me enough room to upgrade cpu if i wanted to as there is one left on amazon which i could purchase for 99 pounds

 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
6 minutes ago, nextraff said:

do you think the 550 version will give me enough room to upgrade cpu if i wanted to as there is one left on amazon which i could purchase for 99 pounds

 

Nevermind it's already gone lmao 😂😂 guess it's the 650w version then 

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Posted · Original PosterOP

i have a 9400f and am getting the 2060 super and was wondering if a 550w psu is enough for my build. i am planning on overclocking as well if it makes a difference 

 

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10 minutes ago, nextraff said:

i have a 9400f and am getting the 2060 super and was wondering if a 550w psu is enough for my build. i am planning on overclocking as well if it makes a difference 

 

Depends on the 550W PSU.

 

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6 minutes ago, Benji said:

I think that should be sufficient. But what PSU is it exactly?

the straight power 11 from be quiet 

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That PSU should be quite good, so that could most likely handle it as it is not a cheap unit.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I'm thinking of getting this psu but wanted to know if it is enough for the 2060 super with my i5 9400f

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Just now, FraktalU said:

psu calculators are a joke. They usually overestimate everything


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1 minute ago, SavageNeo said:

psu calculators are a joke. They usually overestimate everything

better than underestimate it, for a beautiful meltdown 🤞


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| PSU: BeQuiet Straight Power 1000W | Case: Fractal Define R6 | Cooler: Custom Loop | NvmE: Samsung 970 Pro 512GB + Samsung 970 Evo 1TB | SSD: Samsung 860 Evo 1TB + Samsung 860 QVO 1TB |

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| PSU: BeQuiet Straight Power 550W | Case: NZXT H210 White | Cooler: Asus ROG Ryujin 240 | SSD: Samsung 850 Evo 1TB | Monitor: Acer XB270H + ACER Business B7 B277bmiprx |

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Just now, FraktalU said:

better than underestimate it, for a beautiful meltdown 🤞

you can run 9900k and 2080 ti with decent 450w unit.


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1 minute ago, SavageNeo said:

you can run 9900k and 2080 ti with decent 450w unit.

thats true, currently folding 100% with that; 133W CPU + 315W GPU

but for gods sake, on a 1000W unit don´t need fans go brrrrrrr 😂


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1 hour ago, FraktalU said:

thats true, currently folding 100% with that; 133W CPU + 315W GPU

but for gods sake, on a 1000W unit don´t need fans go brrrrrrr 😂

How loud a PSU is depends on the PSU, not the wattage. E.g. the EVGA G3 1000W is louder at 80W than the Formula 450W is at 495W. (1760 RPM, 39.6 dBA vs 1479 RPM, 36.9 dBA). Numbers from Cybenetics.


 

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21 minutes ago, seon123 said:

How loud a PSU is depends on the PSU, not the wattage. E.g. the EVGA G3 1000W is louder at 80W than the Formula 450W is at 495W. (1760 RPM, 39.6 dBA vs 1479 RPM, 36.9 dBA). Numbers from Cybenetics.

Sure thing never said it not depends on the PSU.

My Straight Power 11 1000W Gold wispers at only 11.8 dBA with 50% load

 

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The 550W is even more silent

 

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main system OC'd

| CPU: Intel i9 9900k | Motherboard: Asus Maximus XI Formula | RAM: 32GB (4x8GB) 3466MHz Corsair Vengance RGB Pro | GPU: Asus ROG Strix GeForce RTX 2080Ti 11GB |

| PSU: BeQuiet Straight Power 1000W | Case: Fractal Define R6 | Cooler: Custom Loop | NvmE: Samsung 970 Pro 512GB + Samsung 970 Evo 1TB | SSD: Samsung 860 Evo 1TB + Samsung 860 QVO 1TB |

| Monitor: Asus Swift PG279Q + BenQ BL2420BT |

Laptop: Asus TUF PX505G | CPU: Intel i7 8750h | RAM: 32GB (2x16GB) 2666MHz HyperX Impact | GPU: Geforce GTX 1060 6GB OC'd | NvmE: WDC 256GB (OEM) | SSD: Samsung 860 QVO 1TB |

2nd system (Wife) OC'd

| CPU: Intel i3 8350k | Motherboard: Asus ROG Strix Z390-I | RAM: 16GB (2x8GB) 2666MHz T-Force Delta RGB White | GPU: Asus ROG Strix GeForce GTX 980 4GB |

| PSU: BeQuiet Straight Power 550W | Case: NZXT H210 White | Cooler: Asus ROG Ryujin 240 | SSD: Samsung 850 Evo 1TB | Monitor: Acer XB270H + ACER Business B7 B277bmiprx |

3rd system (Surfdeck-TV)

| CPU: Ryzen 5 3400G | Motherboard: Asrock B450M-Pro4 | RAM: 16GB (2x8GB) 2933MHz HyperX Predator RGB | GPU: integr. Vega 11 | PSU: EVGA G2 750W |

| Case: MasterBox Q300L | Cooler: Noctua NH-U12S Ltt Edition | NvmE: Corsair MP510 240GB |

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- Threads Merged -

Please don't keep making more posts asking the same questions. You already got answers in the first thread.


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