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Wattage - 2080 Ti (SLI)

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Good quality 750 watt. Prefferably 850 watt if you want to do some overclocking at some point. 

 

Seasonic focus gold 850 watt is a good buy

How many watts would be needed for a non-O.C system running 2700x + dual 2080 Ti?

 

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650w is probably the minimum I would recommend

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12 minutes ago, lmeneses said:

650w is probably the minimum I would recommend

650w for dual GPU? o.o

 

7 minutes ago, GoldenLag said:

Good quality 750 watt. Prefferably 850 watt if you want to do some overclocking at some point.

I plan on getting a 2080 Ti along a first gen Ryzen, do you think 850w would be enough whenever I get another 2080 Ti along upgrading the CPU to a 3rd gen Ryzen next year?

 

(I read few comments suggesting 1000w for 2080 Ti in SLI)

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750-800 just so you're not running at like 90% PSU load while gaming.

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4 minutes ago, Hi P said:

650w for dual GPU? o.o

 

Dual 2080ti's even on wattage meters (which exaggerate the number) estimate it pulls 605w, including your cpu. Obviously, I would never choose 650w (hence "the minimum I would recommend") because I'd rather be safe than sorry, but anything above that should work. For a safe wattage, I would recommend an 850w gold psu

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6 minutes ago, Hi P said:

650w for dual GPU? o.o

 

I plan on getting a 2080 Ti along a first gen Ryzen, do you think 850w would be enough whenever I get another 2080 Ti along upgrading the CPU to a 3rd gen Ryzen next year?

 

(I read few comments suggesting 1000w for 2080 Ti in SLI)

If you arent overclocking, then a good quality 750watt is good. 

 

If you do plan on doing any overclocking. Get a 1000watt, you will have plenty of overhead. (Yes its overkill, but OC on all componentdswill draw quite a bit of power.)

 

Ryzen 3000 will probabky not consume more power than Ryzen 2000

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7 minutes ago, Enderman said:

750-800 just so you're not running at like 90% PSU load while gaming.

Thanks and holly! you got 45k posts :o

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1 minute ago, Hi P said:

Thanks and holly! you got 45k posts :o

Nah it's actually only 45.686, the three decimal places are from the times i only post a fraction of a response :)

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5 minutes ago, Enderman said:

Nah it's actually only 45.686, the three decimal places are from the times i only post a fraction of a response :)

Well, its only OVER 9000 posts a year. Or roughly 25 a day

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