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Is a be quiet! 11 CM 600W PSU enough for this build to power it up?

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Specs:

CPU: AMD Ryzen 7 1800X 
GPU: Asus Strix 1080 Ti 
SSD: Adata XPG SX8200 Pro NVMe PCIe M.2 240GB 
HDD: Seagate Barracuda 4TB 
RAM: Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4 3200 C16 2x8GB 

MBD: Asus ROG X370-F Gaming
Housing: Phanteks ECLIPSE P300  (Mid Tower)

Case cooling: 3x140mm and 1x120mm fans

CPU Cooler: Noctua NH-D15

Monitor: Samsung UE28590D (3840x2160)

 

Every answer will be much appreciated, cheers!

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Yes

Ex-EX build: Liquidfy C+... R.I.P.

Ex-build:

Meshify C – sold

Ryzen 5 1600x @4.0 GHz/1.4V – sold

Gigabyte X370 Aorus Gaming K7 – sold

Corsair Vengeance LPX 2x8 GB @3200 Mhz – sold

Alpenfoehn Brocken 3 Black Edition – it's somewhere

Sapphire Vega 56 Pulse – ded

Intel SSD 660p 1TB – sold

be Quiet! Straight Power 11 750w – sold

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100 + 250 + 55,4 + + 10 + 12 = around 430... i'm guessing you should be oke though 500 is a bit short

 

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42 minutes ago, Quadriplegic said:

Yes

 

31 minutes ago, Christiaan21-03 said:

100 + 250 + 55,4 + + 10 + 12 = around 430... i'm guessing you should be oke though 500 is a bit short

 

Thank you very much!

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54 minutes ago, minato said:

Thank you very much!

excuse me 600W is indeed a good figure… I'm actually kinda jealous here … i really need a another system in my home... My freaking motherboard is already 270w , under full load ofcourse…. 8600 at 65w a motherboard around 90w 1060 at 120w some peripherals at max 30w combined and be at awe at my new mean green lean machine :D 

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7 hours ago, minato said:

Every answer will be much appreciated, cheers!

No, get the Straight Power 11/550W (or 750W), not the 600W CM Pure Power.

"Hell is full of good meanings, but Heaven is full of good works"

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26 minutes ago, Stefan Payne said:

No, get the Straight Power 11/550W (or 750W), not the 600W CM Pure Power.

Can you please explain why? People above said it was enough?

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20 minutes ago, minato said:

Can you please explain why? People above said it was enough?

Because the way it is made, its not about the Wattage but technology of the PSU.

And the way its made, the Straight Power 11 is way better than the Pure Power.

"Hell is full of good meanings, but Heaven is full of good works"

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17 minutes ago, Stefan Payne said:

Because the way it is made, its not about the Wattage but technology of the PSU.

And the way its made, the Straight Power 11 is way better than the Pure Power.

pure power 11 uses the ACRF topology while the straight power is LLC+half bridge I think

 

what I know is that ACRF doesn't handle transients so well

 

but the question is do you think a pure power could cause problems? 

 

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Just now, 17030644 said:

pure power 11 uses the ACRF topology while the straight power is LLC+half bridge I think

Cörrect...

And also the Fan in the Straight Power is better.

 

If you're in Germany and IIRC France, you get express replacement as well.

"Hell is full of good meanings, but Heaven is full of good works"

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1 minute ago, Stefan Payne said:

Cörrect...

And also the Fan in the Straight Power is better.

 

If you're in Germany and IIRC France, you get express replacement as well.

well, if he can afford an 1800X and a 1080 ti he can afford the straight power 11 I guess

 

yeah the straight power has a better fan and better caps, but longetivity aside

 

could it cause coil whine or stability issues?

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4 hours ago, minato said:

Can you please explain why? People above said it was enough?

well, wattage wise is enough

 

but if you buy a 1080 ti/ryzen 7 and tons of expensive gear you should buy a high quality PSU to match, that's what he meant.

 

pure power 10/11 aren't bad, but they aren't suited for super high-end rigs

 

Wattage isn't the only thing you should look at when shopping for a PSU.

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17 hours ago, Stefan Payne said:

Cörrect...

And also the Fan in the Straight Power is better.

 

If you're in Germany and IIRC France, you get express replacement as well.

I bought the pure power 11 cm 600w like a month ago and didn't use it at all basically since I had some issues with booting up windows.. Should I try to sell it cause it's basically new and go for a straight power 11 650w? I asked if I could give it back and pay extra for the straight power but sadly the return time is 14 days. 

I'm in Austria so that's kinda close to Germany in terms of the rules and all..

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17 hours ago, 17030644 said:

well, wattage wise is enough

 

but if you buy a 1080 ti/ryzen 7 and tons of expensive gear you should buy a high quality PSU to match, that's what he meant.

 

pure power 10/11 aren't bad, but they aren't suited for super high-end rigs

 

Wattage isn't the only thing you should look at when shopping for a PSU.

Really did a lot of research and people usually got me back to this one. No one actually said to go for the straight power ones.. 

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2 hours ago, minato said:

Really did a lot of research and people usually got me back to this one. No one actually said to go for the straight power ones.. 

I believe you because the PSU is very overlooked

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10 hours ago, minato said:

I bought the pure power 11 cm 600w like a month ago and didn't use it at all basically since I had some issues with booting up windows.. Should I try to sell it cause it's basically new and go for a straight power 11 650w? I asked if I could give it back and pay extra for the straight power but sadly the return time is 14 days. 

I'm in Austria so that's kinda close to Germany in terms of the rules and all..

If you already have it, you can use it.

Why would you ask AFTER you bought it anyway??

10 hours ago, minato said:

Really did a lot of research and people usually got me back to this one. No one actually said to go for the straight power ones.. 

Yes, because they have no idea and only look at Label and Wattage and that's it.

 

Wattage isn't everything and in these days its not that important...

"Hell is full of good meanings, but Heaven is full of good works"

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16 minutes ago, Stefan Payne said:

 

Wattage isn't everything and in these days its not that important...

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has it ever been important?

 

I mean, there's a lot going on, amps on the 12V rail, temp rating, single or multirail so I wonder if the wattage was ever a thing

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14 hours ago, Stefan Payne said:

If you already have it, you can use it.

Why would you ask AFTER you bought it anyway??

Yes, because they have no idea and only look at Label and Wattage and that's it.

 

Wattage isn't everything and in these days its not that important...

My graphics card won't start even though I inserted both cables into it. It just powers on for a second and then turns off..

So I think it doesn't have enough power to get it going?

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14 hours ago, 17030644 said:

if you already bought it, there's nothing left to do

Will see about the options

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