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Which Ups you're using with your high end spec?

My spec isn't high-end but the power consumption is really high, 

today i tested that my pc restarts when power is gone, when i'm gaming, 

i'm currently using 650va ups, 

and when idle pc doesn't restart,  i think this ups cant handle,

so which one should i use ,,1200va 730watt enough?

i have to sure that this kind of 1200va can handle the whole system 

I5 6400 

16gb of ram 

Rx 590 8gb 

1ssd 2 hdd

5 120mm cassis fan 

Thermaltake 630w psu

And 1 1080p LG monitor 

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Wouldn't say my specs are high end (on profile), but I'm using a fairly old APC 750VA unit for both my system and the monitor and it seems to handle it fine. Personally for your system the absolute lowest I would go would be 1200VA, though I feel 1500 would probably be the best "low capacity" one for you (extra juice never hurts, after all).

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10 minutes ago, flibberdipper said:

Wouldn't say my specs are high end (on profile), but I'm using a fairly old APC 750VA unit for both my system and the monitor and it seems to handle it fine. Personally for your system the absolute lowest I would go would be 1200VA, though I feel 1500 would probably be the best "low capacity" one for you (extra juice never hurts, after all).

I'm trying to save money here,,if 1200va can save my pc from restarting then i'm fine, but waiting for someone to give sure surety that 1200va can handle 

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I have this one and have my NAS with 10 drives my pc and my router on it I've had no problems with it I have never been home during an outage but my systems were all up and running when I did have multiple outages are you trying to literally run you pc while on battery?

APC 1080VA 8-Outlet Energy Star Rated UPS w/ LCD Display

 

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2 minutes ago, mrbilky said:

I have this one and have my NAS with 10 drives my pc and my router on it I've had no problems with it I have never been home during an outage but my systems were all up and running when I did have multiple outages are you trying to literally run you pc while on battery?

APC 1080VA 8-Outlet Energy Star Rated UPS w/ LCD Display

 

No i only use ups to turn off my pc, and save direct shut down when power is down, this ups has been servicing me well for 2 years until now, looks like it really cant handle my gpu, i checked the website and this power guard 650va is only 360w but my whole pc pulls more than 450watt with monitor, 

found these MaxGreen 1200VA UPS
                 Power Guard 1200VA UPS

              Power Pac 1200VA UPS
don't know that can these handle my pc when power is gone 

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1 hour ago, Chokez said:

I'm trying to save money here,,if 1200va can save my pc from restarting then i'm fine, but waiting for someone to give sure surety that 1200va can handle 

1500's generally aren't a whole lot more than 1200's (at least here in the states). Be kinda silly to drop down that much just to save 15 bucks or so.

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650VA are ~400W 

 

you should go for something at least 750W

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Just now, aezakmi said:

650VA are ~400W 

 

you should go for something at least 750W

1200va is 720watt, is this good enough?

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17 minutes ago, flibberdipper said:

1500's generally aren't a whole lot more than 1200's (at least here in the states). Be kinda silly to drop down that much just to save 15 bucks or so.

yeah maybe,, i checked it's 20$ more, i'll see what i can do, but there isn't a whole lot of 1500va ups in my area, that's why i was planning for 1200va 

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36 minutes ago, Chokez said:

1200va is 720watt, is this good enough?

which one? doesn't sounds like is really efficient

 

try to go for something from APC or CyberPower

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3 minutes ago, aezakmi said:

which one? doesn't sounds like is really efficient

 

try to go for something from APC or CyberPower

Only these 4 models are available, 

power guard

Prolink

powerpac 

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