I9-9900k FSX PSU - Enough - Phanteks shift case

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Building a mostly new CPU with a Phanteks shift case which only has room for a SFX PSU I'm looking at the corsair sf600 but wanted to check with you all if its enough for the below system and yes i will OC but not to much i do 3d rendering and cad work along with gaming

I9-9900k
ASRock Z390-itx/ac
3200 or 3811 G.skills
(2) Samsung 970 1gb evo or pro
EVGA GTX 1080 8gb FTW
Corsair H80i v2
PSU ?????
 

kamxam

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I think that's okay, but not sure. I think they have power calculators you can use to see what your system will use, but you'd have to look for it or maybe someone on here will know of it. In my case, I go for the highest I can afford. (It never hurts to have extra and if you upgrade you can reuse the PSU if high enough) But just my .002
 

hititnquitit

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looks solid, if JG says its good thats about as good a recommendation as youll get.
 
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Did the calc's on neweg and came in at 530 so if i upgrade later (2080ti) i would be screwed. Correct?
so im thinking of using a silverstone SST-SX650-G 650W SFX, Any thoughts?
 
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Did the calc's on neweg and came in at 530 so if i upgrade later (2080ti) i would be screwed. Correct?
so im thinking of using a silverstone SST-SX650-G 650W SFX, Any thoughts?
 

hititnquitit

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running that close to the ragged edge is going to be hot hot hot. ugh even at 650w thats tight. maybe go with the 700 or 800 just to have some headroom? im a little on the odd side of current psu recommendations, i like to go 2-300watts beyond what ill ever need so i dont have to hear my psu fan and at the same time not worry about it getting hot. so take my suggestions with a grain of salt ;)
 

Soules

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I run a 1080ti and a 9900k on a sf600 platinum and am fine my max draw is about 500w full tilt. Also corsair has a sfx750 planned if i remember right, not sure the efficiency on that model though.
 

kirbyrj

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I think Intels Extreme Tuning Utility shows you what kind of W you are pulling. GPU-Z will show you video card power draw. The other items are minor draws relative to those two.
 
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