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1 minute ago, truckerlenny1990 said:

ive found out. the hx is abit quieter better fan when it does kick in so hxi it is

 

You really can't go wrong with the HXI IMO.

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anyone know what the actual power draw for a asus tuf rtx 3080 oc gpu is? even better if you know total system power draw from a 10900k system oc'd

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gamers nexus's overclocks yielded like 380w or so for the tuf, oc performance has not be great on 3080s. 10900k pulls 250-300w depending on how much you want to overclock. noctua's nvidia's suggested 750w specifically accounts for a 10900k so that should be fine aside from extreme overclocking.


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2 minutes ago, VeganJoy said:

noctua's suggested 750w specifically accounts for a 10900k so that should be fine aside from extreme overclocking.

think you mean nvidia, took me like 3 seconds

 

assume it's ~400W to include some headroom


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5 minutes ago, VeganJoy said:

gamers nexus's overclocks yielded like 380w or so for the tuf, oc performance has not be great on 3080s. 10900k pulls 250-300w depending on how much you want to overclock. noctua's suggested 750w specifically accounts for a 10900k so that should be fine aside from extreme overclocking.

asus recommends a 850 watt psu im trying to get the system as quiet as possible one being by buying a high enough psu so the psu will go into zero fan mode most of the time except for hardcore gaming

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so, 

According to some testing the FE RTX 3080 and a 10900k use about 550W of power.

Now add to that 50w, because you chose an AIB and we are at 600w.

Now you could get barely away with a quality 650W, but if you want to do some overclocking or have a wackton of drives a 750w will be basically required, anyways you want some headroom, I'd say 850w seems like the best option for a high end system


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2 minutes ago, mbntr said:

so, 

According to some testing the FE RTX 3080 and a 10900k use about 550W of power.

Now add to that 50w, because you chose an AIB and we are at 600w.

Now you could get barely away with a quality 650W, but if you want to do some overclocking or have a wackton of drives a 750w will be basically required, anyways you want some headroom, I'd say 850w seems like the best option for a high end system

asus recommends a 850 watt psu im trying to get the system as quiet as possible one being by buying a high enough psu so the psu will go into zero fan mode most of the time except for hardcore gaming

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8 minutes ago, Moonzy said:

think you mean nvidia, took me like 3 seconds

lol whoops lmao, thanks

 

5 minutes ago, truckerlenny1990 said:

asus recommends a 850 watt psu im trying to get the system as quiet as possible one being by buying a high enough psu so the psu will go into zero fan mode most of the time except for hardcore gaming

i mean more isnt necessarily worse, ive had a lot of nice power supplies and never have i thought "gee that is a loud power supply." does everyone have super ultra silent case fans and cpu coolers? are their power supplies not tucked away and muffled under a few layers of sheet metal and cabling?


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5 minutes ago, truckerlenny1990 said:

asus recommends a 850 watt psu im trying to get the system as quiet as possible one being by buying a high enough psu so the psu will go into zero fan mode most of the time except for hardcore gaming

More wattage doesn’t mean quieter. Look specifically for a silence oriented PSU. 


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3 minutes ago, truckerlenny1990 said:

asus recommends a 850 watt psu im trying to get the system as quiet as possible one being by buying a high enough psu so the psu will go into zero fan mode most of the time except for hardcore gaming

I'd say a seasonic or an RM850x, I've been really happy with the RM series, they are passively cooled until they reach a certain threshold, even when the fan is on (in my case I had to manually power it on because the load wasn't sufficient) you don't really hear it


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Just now, VeganJoy said:

lol whoops lmao, thanks

 

i mean more isnt necessarily worse, ive had a lot of nice power supplies and never have i thought "gee that is a loud power supply." does everyone have super ultra silent case fans and cpu coolers? are their power supplies not tucked away and muffled under a few layers of sheet metal and cabling?

Just helps when I’m trying to watch a movie not hearing a bunch of fans going. I have a phantoms p600s 6 noctua nf-a14 chromax black fans. Gonna buy a noctua nh-d15 chromax black cooler. And do a bunch of testing to get the setup as low noise as possible during video watching

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1 minute ago, truckerlenny1990 said:

Just helps when I’m trying to watch a movie not hearing a bunch of fans going. I have a phantoms p600s 6 noctua nf-a14 chromax black fans. Gonna buy a noctua nh-d15 chromax black cooler. And do a bunch of testing to get the setup as low noise as possible during video watching

How much the system can draw when watching a video?

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1 minute ago, gloop said:

More wattage doesn’t mean quieter. Look specifically for a silence oriented PSU. 

I will be buying one of these Corsair rm850i, rm1000i, hx850i or hx1000i just trying to calculate if daily tasking will the psu fan turn off

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1 minute ago, truckerlenny1990 said:

I will be buying one of these Corsair rm850i, rm1000i, hx850i or hx1000i just trying to calculate if daily tasking will the psu fan turn off

Even a 10900K at full load won't have enough load to activate a RM750x fan.

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3 minutes ago, Deli said:

How much the system can draw when watching a video?

yes excatly im trying to get the psu to go into zero fan mode when daily tasking for things like youtube, movies, facebook, and web searching. i dont mind it kicking in when im playing games as im sure all the fans will kick in then

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4 minutes ago, truckerlenny1990 said:

Just helps when I’m trying to watch a movie not hearing a bunch of fans going. I have a phantoms p600s 6 noctua nf-a14 chromax black fans. Gonna buy a noctua nh-d15 chromax black cooler. And do a bunch of testing to get the setup as low noise as possible during video watching

i mean unless you think watching some videos will use a noticeable portion of a 3080 lol, a decent quality 750-850w wouldnt spin up the fans for that. usually they spin up around 40-60% load, depending on the model. the p600s has good sound proofing though, id be genuinely impressed if youd be able to hear the psu fan at all in any scenario.


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my "oops i bought intel right before zen 3 releases" build

CPU: Ryzen 5 3600 (placeholder)

GPU: Gigabyte 980ti Xtreme (also placeholder), deshroud w/ generic 1200rpm 120mm fans x2, stock bios 130% power, no voltage offset: +70 core +400 mem 

Memory: 2x16gb GSkill Trident Z RGB 3600C16, 14-15-30-288@1.45v

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PSU: Seasonic Prime Ultra Titanium 750W w/ black/white Cablemod extensions
Case: Fractal Design Meshify C Dark (to be replaced with a good case shortly)

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Just now, VeganJoy said:

i mean unless you think watching some videos will use a noticeable portion of a 3080 lol, a decent quality 750-850w wouldnt spin up the fans for that. usually they spin up around 40-60% load, depending on the model. the p600s has good sound proofing though, id be genuinely impressed if youd be able to hear the psu fan at all in any scenario.

im just trying to build the quietest pc i can build but have enough power to play games when needed.

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Just now, truckerlenny1990 said:

im just trying to build the quietest pc i can build but have enough power to play games when needed.

thats fair but noctuas plus any decent psu (rmx, prime ultra, etc) would be more than enough. overkill, even, as some arctics plus a lesser psu (rm, focus plus, other cheaper good models) would be quiet while saving you a significant amount of money. the gpu and cpu coolers are usually by far the loudest components of most builds, making the sound dampening of a case the most important part for noise levels.


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my "oops i bought intel right before zen 3 releases" build

CPU: Ryzen 5 3600 (placeholder)

GPU: Gigabyte 980ti Xtreme (also placeholder), deshroud w/ generic 1200rpm 120mm fans x2, stock bios 130% power, no voltage offset: +70 core +400 mem 

Memory: 2x16gb GSkill Trident Z RGB 3600C16, 14-15-30-288@1.45v

Motherboard: Asus ROG Strix X570-E Gaming

Cooler: Noctua NH-D15S w/ white chromax bling
OS Drive: Samsung PM981 1tb (OEM 970 Evo)

Storage Drive: XPG SX8200 Pro 2tb

Backup Storage: Seagate Barracuda Compute 4TB

PSU: Seasonic Prime Ultra Titanium 750W w/ black/white Cablemod extensions
Case: Fractal Design Meshify C Dark (to be replaced with a good case shortly)

basically everything was bought used off of reddit or here, only new component was the case. absolutely nutty deals for some of these parts, ill have to tally it all up once it's "done" :D 

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5 minutes ago, truckerlenny1990 said:

im just trying to build the quietest pc i can build but have enough power to play games when needed.

 

Well then you would need a quiet PSU and fans.

 

My system below is VERY quiet as in you have to put your ear right next to the case and it's a high air flow case to barely hear anything.

 

Running all Noctua 140mm fans, 2x in front, one in back and the NH-D15 CPU cooler.

 

Corsair HXI 850W PSU.

 

 


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1 minute ago, VeganJoy said:

thats fair but noctuas plus any decent psu (rmx, prime ultra, etc) would be more than enough. overkill, even, as some arctics plus a lesser psu (rm, focus plus, other cheaper good models) would be quiet while saving you a significant amount of money. the gpu and cpu coolers are usually by far the loudest components of most builds, making the sound dampening of a case the most important part for noise levels.

i looked at rm850i, hx850i, rm1000i, and hx1000i both 850 watts psu fan turn on at about 325 watts while both 1000 watt psu fan turn on at 400 watts. 

i choose a quiet case, noctua nh-d15 coolers at low fan speed is very quiet, 6 140mm noctua fans fan controlled with a corsair commander pro will allow me to set the fan curve quite high so everything is very quiet last thing needed is the psu to be quiet

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2 minutes ago, Ankerson said:

 

Well then you would need a quiet PSU and fans.

 

My system below is VERY quiet as in you have to put your ear right next to the case and it's a high air flow case to barely hear anything.

 

Running all Noctua 140mm fans, 2x in front, one in back and the NH-D15 CPU cooler.

 

Corsair HXI 850W PSU.

 

 

im trying to see if the psu will go into zero fan mode most of the time with my specs with a 850i or do i need a 1000i to go into zero fan mode

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2 minutes ago, truckerlenny1990 said:

im trying to see if the psu will go into zero fan mode most of the time with my specs with a 850i or do i need a 1000i to go into zero fan mode

 

I have mine set to run at 750 rpm and I can't hear it.... At all.... Quiet fan curve... ;)

 

That's how quiet the fan is on the HXI 850W...


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Just now, Ankerson said:

 

I have mine set to run at 750 rpm and I can't hear it.... At all.... ;)

 

That's how quiet the fan is on the HXI 850W...

idc how low it is or if you can hear it. my goal is to put the psu in zero fan mode if you cannot help me achieve that then why respond?

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4 minutes ago, truckerlenny1990 said:

idc how low it is or if you can hear it. my goal is to put the psu in zero fan mode if you cannot help me achieve that then why respond?

 

I don't run mine on zero fan mode because the PSU in the basement of the case with little airflow so the temps tend to get in the 37C to 40C range normally. With the quiet fan profile it's in the 25C range.....

 

But yeah at default the fan never ran until I was gaming...


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1 minute ago, Ankerson said:

 

I don't run mine on zero fan mode because the PSU in the basement of the case with little airflow so the temps tend to get in the 37C to 40C range normally.

 

But yeah at default the fan never ran until I was gaming...

i have a phanteks p600s with 3 140mm noctua fans as intake up front one which is about 2/3 pointing towards the basement where the psu will be. while the psu fan will be pointing downwards and the exhausting out the back im sure there is plenty of airflow. my apartment is air conditioned and quite cool on a regular basis. i bought a hx750i for my last setup and i just couldnt get it to go into zero fan mode and i hated it annoyed the heck out of me while watching a movie last setup was a 9700k and rtx2070 which got ruined from a flood. 

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