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What To Pick?

Jamal Abo
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CPU: i7-9700k

Ram: CORSAIR Vengeance RGB PRO 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4 3200MHz

GPU: 2070 Rog Strix or 1070Ti Rog Strix or 1080Ti Rog Strix (not sure yet)

Motherboard: Aorus Z370 Gaming 7

Cooling: CORSAIR H100i v2

 

What PSU to Get? 

 

EVGA Supernova 850 G3 

OR

EVGA Supernova 750 P2

OR

CORSAIR RM850x

or 

CORSAIR RM750x

 

* EDIT: 

in this case 850w price is lower than 750w

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650w will do, but if you have to pick from one of these 4 I'd get the P2

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850W is bullshit for a single CPU/GPU System and 750W is also something you do not really need.

 

Any other Options?


And a good 550W is more than enough.

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

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Corsair RM650X. For an OC 9700K + OC GTX 1080ti, 650W is fine.

The RMx offers great performance, build quality, protections, and is quiet. It is certified as Lambda A++ at Cybenetics.

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i'm planning for gaming and programming, almost 16h usage per day,

750w? 

because i'm afraid of system failure from 650w

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and i would pick 850w because the price is lower than 750w

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52 minutes ago, Jamal Abo said:

i'm planning for gaming and programming, almost 16h usage per day,

750w? 

because i'm afraid of system failure from 650w

Your system won't fail. Your system can't even get near 600W as @Stefan Payne said a good 550W is enough.

47 minutes ago, Jamal Abo said:

and i would pick 850w because the price is lower than 750w

I can understand if the 850W is reaaaaaaaaally cheap and you are 100% gonna buy another GPU for SLI/NVLINK. But you don't really need 850W, or 750W.

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10 minutes ago, Mholes said:

Your system won't fail. Your system can't even get near 600W as @Stefan Payne said a good 550W is enough.

I can understand if the 850W is reaaaaaaaaally cheap and you are 100% gonna buy another GPU for SLI/NVLINK. But you don't really need 850W, or 750W.

so what 650w should i get ?

 

Supernova 650 G3 (74$)  or something else?

 

and if that something else is near 100$ then 850w would be better to get (because da its cheaper)

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2 minutes ago, Jamal Abo said:

so what 650w should i get ?

 

Supernova 650 G3 (74$)  or something else?

 

and if that something else is near 100$ then 850w would be better to get (because da its cheaper)

That is pretty solid PSU, it sits in the tier 2 in PSU tier list.

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Just now, Jamal Abo said:

So..? 

go for 650W G3?

In my opinion, yes.

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Just now, Mholes said:

In my opinion, yes.

ok thank you :)

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8 minutes ago, Jamal Abo said:

so what 650w should i get ?

 

Supernova 650 G3 (74$)  or something else?

 

and if that something else is near 100$ then 850w would be better to get (because da its cheaper)

You shouldn't get a 650W. 

The G3 is among the loudest PSUs on the market, and it has issues with its protections. If you like loud, potential fire hazards, it's a good pick. 

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Just now, seon123 said:

You shouldn't get a 650W. 

The G3 is among the loudest PSUs on the market, and it has issues with its protections. If you like loud, potential fire hazards, it's a good pick. 

then what to get?

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1 minute ago, Jamal Abo said:

then what to get?

A good 450W if you get the 2070 or 1070 Ti, a good 550W if you get the 1080 Ti. 

The exact recommendations will depend on your local pricing. 

Straight Power 11, Whisper M, RMx 2018 or RMx. If none of those are available at decent prices, G2, GX-F or Formula Gold. 

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2 minutes ago, seon123 said:

A good 450W if you get the 2070 or 1070 Ti, a good 550W if you get the 1080 Ti. 

The exact recommendations will depend on your local pricing. 

Straight Power 11, Whisper M, RMx 2018 or RMx. If none of those are available at decent prices, G2, GX-F or Formula Gold. 

Then 550W G2?

 

650w is G2 is cheaper than 550w

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