24A max output what does it mean? rtx 2080 crash at abs peak?

Discussion in 'Power Supplies' started by eurgbp, Apr 14, 2019.

  1. eurgbp

    eurgbp n00b

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    system specs
    2700x and 2080 rtx

    if rtx 2080 peaks to 314 watts or 314/12 or 26.1 Amps for at least 1 ms then whole system crashes right?
    with this PSU 2700x and 2080 rtx cannot work fully?

    how much amps does 2700x take at abs peak?
    is this PSU splits loads?
    one channel - CPU
    second channel - GPU
    for each channel max load 24 amps or 288 watts?

    this PSU is bad because it wastes 150 watts on non essential low load and easy to handle 5V like fans and stuff?
    what is the max abs peak load for 2700x and 2080 rtx?


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  2. pendragon1

    pendragon1 [H]ardForum Junkie

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    it means time for a new psu that is up to todays specs. plenty of other thread about this. get a good 750w and call it a day.
     
  3. jmilcher

    jmilcher [H]ardness Supreme

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    The rest of your parts seem to be quality. Don't skimp on the PSU.
     
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  4. eurgbp

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    what PSU would it be?
    and motherboard?
     
  5. eurgbp

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    also where to find 4 molex PSU for
    DEEPCOOL KENDOMEN MIDDLE TOWER ATX RED ?
     
  6. Ocellaris

    Ocellaris Ginger @le, an alcoholic's best friend.

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    You just buy nearly any power supply on the market and double check it comes with the connectors you need. What do you need four moles connectors for? That’s weird in 2019.
     
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  8. Tsumi

    Tsumi [H]ardForum Junkie

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    Agreed with the others, time to upgrade your PSU. It's outdated as hell and should be in an e-recycling bin.

    Get a molex splitter for your fans. Or a fan controller.
     
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  10. bigddybn

    bigddybn [H]ardness Supreme

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    That supply is fine. Has a 62A 12V rail. Wouldn’t be my first choice but I also wouldn’t feel like I was missing out on anything if that is what was available to me.

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  11. eurgbp

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  12. Tsumi

    Tsumi [H]ardForum Junkie

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    If you can afford an RTX 2080, you should not be skimping with a basic PSU. All PSUs are not built equally, good PSUs can extend the longevity of your machine and help overclocks if you are overclocking.

    Get this or this.

    Dual fan CPU cooler is fine. Just make sure the airflow in your case makes sense as dictated by the case fans.
     
  13. eurgbp

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    why this?
    a bit low on output?


    max what will do is auto oc, no manual
    stability is a must


    Detailed information
    COMMON PARAMETERS
    Manufacturer EVGA
    Fan size 135 mm
    POWER AND ENERGY EFFICIENCY
    Power (W) 650
    Energoefekt. 80 Plus Gold
    PFC No information
    CONNECTIONS AND CONNECTIONS
    Modular cables Have got
    ... CONNECTIONS AND CONNECTIONS
    MOLEX PATA connectors 6
    SATA plug-ins 9
    Motherboard plugin 24 PIN
    PCI-E 4 x 6 + 2 PINs
    IN ADDITION
    Special grades Dimensions: 85 x 150 x 170 mm

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    EVGA POWER SUPPLY PSU 650W 80PLUS GOLD
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    ( 2 )Product code: 120-GP-0650-X2Warranty: 24 months
     
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  14. Tsumi

    Tsumi [H]ardForum Junkie

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    Because your planned system is a 500 watt system at stock, 600-ish overclocked. Unless you're mining and/or running distributed computing programs, it is very rare for your system to be subjected to 100% power draw at all times. Additionally, good PSUs are more than capable of handling short spikes higher than what they're rated for, so I rarely ever use peak power draws when determining what PSU is needed. If you were doing something that was running everything at 100% all the time, then I would recommend a 750 minimum.
     
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