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ok. seeing their was 2 models of this card. and was not sure with power draws. also would i still be good with another ssd ,m.2 or both.(basic storage drives)

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2 minutes ago, dogwitch said:

ok. seeing their was 2 models of this card. and was not sure with power draws. also would i still be good with another ssd ,m.2 or both.(basic storage drives)

It'll be fine. SSDs are fairly low power draw. Your 860 evo for example is less than 3W while active.
For reference, for a HDD you're looking at about 3-5W while it's idle (spinning), and maybe 8-10W while it's active (reading/writing).


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ah ok. yeah  the case only comes with a 2 drive  hdd holder. so even with current spec i mention.  that about what the whole pc will hold . for a long while.

like i said i might 1 day in the future oc the cpu(no gpu oc) and bump it up by 15 percent. i am  not wanting to oc to 4ghz on all cores with hs i have.

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Ryzen 5 2600 (+overclock) + 4x8Gb 2666 (+Overclock) + GTX 1080 Ti +  additional (4 sata, 4 x120mm fan and peripherals) will be 550W  enough? For work&homemedia and rarely gaming.

p/s basic overclocking

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1 hour ago, LightParticle said:

Ryzen 5 2600 (+overclock) + 4x8Gb 2666 (+Overclock) + GTX 1080 Ti +  additional (4 sata, 4 x120mm fan and peripherals) will be 550W  enough? For work&homemedia and rarely gaming.

p/s basic overclocking

Yeah, it'll be fine.
I have a GTX1080Ti under load at the moment [folding] and power draw from the wall is sitting at 270W. I really need to push the overclock on both the GPU and CPU (i7 6700K) to get over 500W. You'll be fine with a Ryzen 2600.

Just make sure it's a high quality 550W unit, it is a 1080Ti after all...


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Hi guys new user here. Need help on purchasing a new power supply for this set up. I'm from the Philippines, and budget's around $100 or so (5000 pesos)
 

 

https://pcpartpicker.com/list/JPCnfH


I'm planning to upgrade the stock cooler to a Cryorig H7 Plus, and upgrade the GTX 1050Ti to RX 580, GTX 1660, GTX 1660Ti, or RTX 2060 (not sure yet). Will 550W suffice or should I go for 650W instead?

Thanks!


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22 minutes ago, brishcanae said:

I'm planning to upgrade the stock cooler to a Cryorig H7 Plus, and upgrade the GTX 1050Ti to RX 580, GTX 1660, GTX 1660Ti, or RTX 2060 (not sure yet). Will 550W suffice or should I go for 650W instead?

That system will be like 150-300W (depending on graphics card). No need for 650w or even 550w. A decent 450W unit will be fine.


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7 minutes ago, Spotty said:

That system will be like 150-300W (depending on graphics card). No need for 650w or even 550w. A decent 450W unit will be fine.


Even when it's auto OCed? OuterVision® PS Calculator says I need 650W when I try inputting an OC value of 4.1 GHz, 1.2V and an RTX2060.

https://outervision.com/b/vFu3cj


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Just now, brishcanae said:


Even when it's auto OCed? OuterVision® PS Calculator says I need 650W when I try inputting an OC value of 4.1 GHz, 1.2V and an RTX2060.

https://outervision.com/b/vFu3cj

650W? Definitely not. When I click the link you posted it shows 430W. And even then Outervision is wrong and overestimates by at least 100W.
 

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50 minutes ago, brishcanae said:

Hi guys new user here. Need help on purchasing a new power supply for this set up. I'm from the Philippines, and budget's around $100 or so (5000 pesos)
 

 

https://pcpartpicker.com/list/JPCnfH

If you need help with purchasing a PSU in Philippines, then we need to know what power supplies are available in Philippines. 

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2 minutes ago, Spotty said:

650W? Definitely not. When I click the link you posted it shows 430W.
 

 

I meant their recommended power supply that I should be buying.
 

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And even then Outervision is wrong and overestimates by at least 100W.


Oh I didn't know that. I guess I'd change to 450W instead. Thank you!


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Just now, brishcanae said:

I meant their recommended power supply that I should be buying.

Outervision makes money by recommending/advertising certain brands/models of PSUs. If they recommend you a 650W PSU, then that's just what they were paid to advertise.
 

 

4 minutes ago, OrionFOTL said:

If you need help with purchasing a PSU in Philippines, then we need to know what power supplies are available in Philippines. 

Lazada.com.ph and PCX.com.ph are the main PC sites in Philippines I see people use.... I think Lazada is more of an eBay or Amazon type deal (multiple third party sellers on one platform), where PCX is an actual store. Lazada can be a pain to navigate as you'll often find the same items listed multiple times with different prices from different sellers.
Few of the main brands like Corsair, Cooler Master, Seasonic, EVGA, Thermaltake, FSP, Silverstone, etc. Usually really inflated prices so USD$100 for a Corsair CX450M type deal.


EVGA GD 550W on Lazada.ph seems reasonably priced at 4300 Pesos
Also found a CoolerMaster MWE GOLD 550W for 4300 Pesos as well.


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2 minutes ago, OrionFOTL said:

If you need help with purchasing a PSU in Philippines, then we need to know what power supplies are available in Philippines. 

Common PSU brands in the Philippines include Be Quiet!, Corsair, Thermaltake, Seasonic, and FSP. Other brands are also available but most of them are not recommended in the PSU Tier List or are really pricey.

These are some that I found that are within my budget:
BeQuiet Straight Power 10 500W CM 80+ Gold - ₱4,650.00
Corsair TX550M - ₱4470.00
Seasonic Focus Gold 550FM - ₱4120.00
Cooler Master MWE Gold 650 PSU - ₱4,990.00


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2 minutes ago, Spotty said:

Lazada.com.ph and PCX.com.ph are the main PC sites in Philippines I see people use.... I think Lazada is more of an eBay or Amazon type deal (multiple third party sellers on one platform), where PCX is an actual store. Lazada can be a pain to navigate as you'll often find the same items listed multiple times with different prices from different sellers.
Few of the main brands like Corsair, Cooler Master, Seasonic, EVGA, Thermaltake, FSP, Silverstone, etc. Usually really inflated prices so USD$100 for a Corsair CX450M type deal.


EVGA GD 550W on Lazada.ph seems reasonably priced at 4300 Pesos
Also found a CoolerMaster MWE GOLD 550W for 4300 Pesos as well.

Yep, both Lazada and PCX are go-to. Also these stores/sites as well:

Dynaquest PC - https://dynaquestpc.com/collections/power-supply

PCHub - https://awesome-table.com/-KrkkVbKZR_HZ2x8lsHk/view


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3 minutes ago, brishcanae said:

These are some that I found that are within my budget:
BeQuiet Straight Power 10 500W CM 80+ Gold - ₱4,650.00
Corsair TX550M - ₱4470.00
Seasonic Focus Gold 550FM - ₱4120.00
Cooler Master MWE Gold 650 PSU - ₱4,990.00

Those are good...
No need for 650W so I wouldn't spend 5000 on the MWE Gold 650W.

BeQuiet Straight Power 10 would be the best of that bunch, I'd go with that one.

 

2 minutes ago, brishcanae said:

Yep, both Lazada and PCX are go-to. Also these stores/sites as well:

Dynaquest PC - https://dynaquestpc.com/collections/power-supply

PCHub - https://awesome-table.com/-KrkkVbKZR_HZ2x8lsHk/view

I'll have to remember those. Always lots of people from Philippines looking for PSU help. Actually looks like some good prices on Dynaquest as well.


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8 minutes ago, Spotty said:

BeQuiet Straight Power 10 would be the best of that bunch, I'd go with that one.

 

I'll have to remember those. Always lots of people from Philippines looking for PSU help. Actually looks like some good prices on Dynaquest as well.

All right I will go for the BeQuiet then. Thank you so much!


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On 3/30/2019 at 10:38 PM, Spotty said:

It'll be fine. SSDs are fairly low power draw. Your 860 evo for example is less than 3W while active.
For reference, for a HDD you're looking at about 3-5W while it's idle (spinning), and maybe 8-10W while it's active (reading/writing).

after running it  for awhile now both cards are pulling around 150 per card. with everything running and such. am pulling 500 to 500watts

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