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No, the power consumption of the GTX 1070 is very low unless you overclock it to major extremes (but then you'd need to buy aftermarket cooling or use liquid cooling). The GTX 1070 pulls about 160W under full load by itself. The GTX 970 pulls about 165W by itself. I can't find a good breakdown of the power consumption for the GTX 1070, so we need to have a look at the following page for the GTX 970:

http://www.guru3d.com/articles_pages/geforce_gtx_970_sli_review,4.html

They got 326W for two GTX 970s in SLI by themselves. For two GTX 1070s in SLI, they got 329W: http://www.guru3d.com/articles_pages/geforce_gtx_1070_2_way_sli_review,4.html Only, they didn't break down the power consumption in a way that I can use, such as the way they did it for the GTX 970 review. So, I'll use the GTX 970 review and apply it to the GTX 1070. After all, it's just a difference of 3W. That means they're practically the same in terms of power consumption.

So, with two GTX 970s under full load in their system (pretend they are GTX 1070s), their PSU pulled 439W from the wall outlet. If we assume that their PSU was 90% efficient while pulling 439W from the wall outlet, then that would mean their computer pulled 395W out of the PSU. Overclocking your 3770K to 4.5 GHz could make it pull roughly 125-150W out of the PSU under full load - all by itself. So, adding 125-150W to 395W brings the total to 520-545W, but we're not done yet. That's an extremely unrealistic power consumption because we're talking about having everything maxed out to their limits, which pretty much never happens while gaming. While gaming, your power consumption would be lower, riding roughly 500W or lower. Yeah, I'm quite serious about that.

So, the only thing that would be hurt by getting the 850W Leadex is your bank account's balance. You'd be wasting your money and you wouldn't be getting ANY benefits from the extreme overkill whatsoever. You could power your rig with a nice 650W PSU and still be fine! What's more, if you upgrade to a 6700K or something like that, then your power consumption would drop by another 25-50W.

As you can see, there's a major effort being made to make things like video cards and CPUs consume less and less and less power with each new generation. So, please don't waste your money on a high-end 850W PSU when you'd never need all that power. Spend less on a more appropriately-sized PSU and put that saved money towards something else. For me, that would be things like groceries.

Ok i will get the 750 one then!
Also, is it ok if i place it with the fan up? Because i dont want to showcase the sticker on the psu side, would it be a problem?
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Ok i will get the 750 one then!
Also, is it ok if i place it with the fan up? Because i dont want to showcase the sticker on the psu side, would it be a problem?

 

The fan is an intake fan, so it should be ok but keep in mind that it will result in a warmer PSU.

 

Why did you conclude to get the 750W PSU after what I just said? That's still major overkill. Even a 650W PSU would be more than enough (yeah, more than enough - not just enough, but overkill). How much are these PSUs selling for?

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650 costs 123euro
750 costs 140euro
850 costs 169 euro

i went for 750 because i didn't have any problems spending another 17 euro to get something with more wattage even if i don't need it xD
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650 costs 123euro
750 costs 140euro
850 costs 169 euro

i went for 750 because i didn't have any problems spending another 17 euro to get something with more wattage even if i don't need it xD
You are aware that more wattage you dont use is going to slighty lower your efficiency right?
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650 costs 123euro
750 costs 140euro
850 costs 169 euro

i went for 750 because i didn't have any problems spending another 17 euro to get something with more wattage even if i don't need it xD

 

Well, it's your money, so I guess you can waste it if you want.

 

Shilka, the efficiency isn't going to be noticeably different. Maybe it would on paper, but it's not like it's going to be massively different or anything. The only concern here is, wasting an extra 17euro for absolutely nothing. Reystar, you would get precisely the same end result if you were to buy the 650W PSU for 123 and then go toss the 17euro in the trash or burn it because the 750W PSU isn't going to benefit you any more than the 650W PSU would.

 

I'm just trying to inform you. The final decision is yours, so I'm not trying to persuade you to do anything. I just want you to know what you're doing.


Edited by TwoCables - 7/7/16 at 6:39am
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Also, higher "free watt space" you have doesnt that mean the PSU temp will be lower?

If my system drains 400w a 650w PSU will be hotter than the same for example 1000w version, so the fan wont spin....no?
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Also, higher "free watt space" you have doesnt that mean the PSU temp will be lower?

If my system drains 400w a 650w PSU will be hotter than the same for example 1000w version, so the fan wont spin....no?

 

Well, it's not like it would be hot or even all that warm. These PSUs are very high-end, and they are able to deliver their advertised wattage 24/7 if it's ever needed. I know we're talking about a difference of only 17 euro, but still, knowledge empowers.

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Well, it's not like it would be hot or even all that warm. These PSUs are very high-end, and they are able to deliver their advertised wattage 24/7 if it's ever needed. I know we're talking about a difference of only 17 euro, but still, knowledge empowers.

The PSU has an ECO mode which means that the fan will turn on only when needed right? That means that the fan will turn on when the PSU reaches a specific (%) temperature or specific (%) watt consumption? Basically in other words, getting a PSU that has more headroom than needed will it make it run quieter as a result ?
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The PSU has an ECO mode which means that the fan will turn on only when needed right? That means that the fan will turn on when the PSU reaches a specific (%) temperature or specific (%) watt consumption? Basically in other words, getting a PSU that has more headroom than needed will it make it run quieter as a result ?

 

Quieter if you have your ear right up to it. Otherwise, I doubt you'd ever hear the fan. Of course, a 750W PSU like that would provide you all the room you would ever want for all the overclocking you could ever think of doing.

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Quieter if you have your ear right up to it. Otherwise, I doubt you'd ever hear the fan. Of course, a 750W PSU like that would provide you all the room you would ever want for all the overclocking you could ever think of doing.

great, cutting down db from any component you can is always a plus as at the end there it just gets better and quieter smile.gif couple dbs on every fan of the system is enough to make a noticeable improvement smile.gif
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