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Is my PSU enought and does it have enought cables?

Fabian55515
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Hi. I would Like to know if my new gaming rig that i am building with : i9 9900k, gigabyte 2080ti with some AIO water cooling and 16 GB of 3200 MHz ram. I will be overclocking as much as possible. Is PSU Corsair Rm850x enought? And does it have enought cables for powering all the components? Sorry for my english and nearly no experience with building. Thanks 

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Just now, RollinLower said:

yeah that PSU is more than enough to handle this setup. it will also come with more cables than you'd need. IIRC the 850x comes with cables for multiple GPU configurations.

Thanks for the fast respond. Thank you for the info

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That power supply is sufficient to power the entire system with enough overclocking headroom.

Since it's a modular power supply, you can plug in cables as you would like.

I reckon you will need at least 2 PCIe 8-pin 12V for the GPU, 24-pin ATX for the motherboard. Either dual 8-pin or 8+4-pin for the CPU. Some miscellaneous Molex and SATA for drives.

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1 minute ago, SkyHound0202 said:

That power supply is sufficient to power the entire system with enough overclocking headroom.

Since it's a modular power supply, you can plug in cables as you would like.

I reckon you will need at least 2 PCIe 8-pin 12V for the GPU, 24-pin ATX for the motherboard. Either dual 8-pin or 8+4-pin for the CPU. Some miscellaneous Molex and SATA for drives.

Thanks m8

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6 hours ago, Fabian55515 said:

Hi. I would Like to know if my new gaming rig that i am building with : i9 9900k, gigabyte 2080ti with some AIO water cooling and 16 GB of 3200 MHz ram. I will be overclocking as much as possible. Is PSU Corsair Rm850x enought? And does it have enought cables for powering all the components? Sorry for my english and nearly no experience with building. Thanks 

it's more than enough but I'd prefer the corsair rmi or bitfenix/be quiet straight power because they have multi rail mode

 

even a corsair ax/hx/dark power pro isn't a bad idea considering how much you are spending already

 

 

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