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850W PSU ENOUGH POWER TO RUN A D5 PUMP + CPU + GPU + SSD'S + 6X 120 ARGB FANS ??

Ok so this may sound like a stupid question but I just want to know before I go through the trouble of installing my EK D5 PUMP custom loop I finally ordered all my fittings and the pump + tubing and I totally forgot about how much power I already have drawing from my PSU and I just didnt think about how adding in a D5 pump would pull more power but how much more power draw then say my current AIO from cooler master? I Just dont wanna rip off my AIO and my 2x 200mm front intake fans if my PSU will not be big enough to power it all IF IT IS NOT BIG ENOUGH I was looking at a 1000w EVGA G2 PSU but its 300$ which is a lot of cheddar so please someone help me out here if u can? THANK YOU!

 

p.s. I did want to add that I do overclock my CPU and GPU nothing too too extreme but usually I do overclock my intel chips to the max and my gpu is a 2070 super gaming x atm from msi so I usually run it +100 on the core / +500 on the memory thank you so much everyone I just dont want to be seeing any throttling from not getting enough power to my chips I know 850w is usually good enough for almost any gaming PC but I do run 4x 2.5 ssd's and 1x hdd + 1x m.2 and a sound card w/ 6x argb fans and thought maybe if I add a d5 it might not have enough for overclocking.

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What CPU? What overclocks?

What GPU? What overclocks?

What 850w PSU?

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8 minutes ago, Lurick said:

What CPU? What overclocks?

What GPU? What overclocks?

What 850w PSU?

I have a EVGA 850w g2 80+ gold paired with a intel i7-10700k + rtx 2070 super gaming x + 64gb 3600mhz corsair vengeance argb ram that is the current system stable. I am upgrading the cpu to a intel i9-10900k + I have a full cooling system ready to be installed with a EK d5 T200 pump/reservoir combo

 

I run 3x TEAM GROUP 2.5 inch ssd's + 1x samsung qvo 2.5 ssd + 1x m.2 samsung 970 evo plus & will be upgrading my fans to 7x 120mm cooler master prismatic fans I also 

 

 

will overclock the intel chip most likely to 5.1 all core or 5.2 if I can my current i7-10700k is at 5.0 all core @ 1.32v

 

gpu +`100 on core clock / +500 on memory.

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Should be be plenty on a 850. 

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Spare RIg Corsair Air 540, I7 4770K, Asus Maximus VI Extreme, G.Skill Ares 32Gb, EVGA 1080sc & 1060 SSC, Corsair CX850M, Acer GD235hz 1920x1080@120hz

 

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11 hours ago, Mick Naughty said:

Should be be plenty on a 850. 

Okay awesome!! I sure hope so considering power supply prices are getting so high basically in correlation with the gpu price spikes because of scalpers so I don't want to go out and buy a 1000w or a 1200w PSU if I do not have to as long as I can achieve my overclocks for my gpu and cpu without throttling I will be happy! Thanks for the response doesn't seem like alot of people wanted to on this matter. 

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Dunno but really soubds like ur talking urself into the high wattage psus here. Just go on pcpartpicker, configure ur system, get the power draw readout and multiply it by 1.75 to have plenty headroom to overclock. I'd say you'd probably end up at 800 to 850 watts

Ping me or quote me in replys ples. Anyone talking about AiOs and trashing people for a front mount watch THIS JAYZTWOCENTS VID because u 99.9% skipped or didnt understand the Gamers Nexus vid...

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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