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I searched but couldnt find anything. Is there a thread that lists what power different GPU's pull at full load? Or anywhere I can find this info?
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NVIDIA usually has it on their site, especially for somewhat more modern cards like the GTX 280.

According to NVIDIA, the GTX 280 can pull a maximum of 236W at stock.

http://www.nvidia.com/object/product...tx_280_us.html
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where do you see 236W on that page? I think I'm blind.
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where do you see 236W on that page? I think I'm blind.
In the specifications tab, but at the bottom of it.
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Yup, I was just blind. Dont know how I missed that.
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http://www.nvidia.com/object/product...tx-570-us.html

That one doesnt list MAX power, just power. Am I to assume that is the MAX?
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http://www.nvidia.com/object/product...tx-570-us.html

That one doesnt list MAX power, just power. Am I to assume that is the MAX?
I think so. I think they're just trying to simplify it or streamline it. I remember someone saying here on OCN that the 570 draws less power than 480 at maximum load.
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it states gts 450 have 106w tdp.
gtx 460 at 160w tdp.
gt 9800 gt green running only from pci-e on th e mb= 75 w

haven´t checked them with oc,on the other hand my cards have major underclocked memory while shader+core gets bumped a little.

did checked my overall systems but that is so individually dependent on a whole lof of factors,at least wattage use was lower with gts 450 for sure
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I think so. I think they're just trying to simplify it or streamline it. I remember someone saying here on OCN that the 570 draws less power than 480 at maximum load.
Its because under gaming it can draw that much but when you disable the limiter and run furmark it draws much more, that's why they didn't list it as "full" or "maximum". Same for the 580, as that can draw 350W O_o
    
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Helpful thread:
http://www.overclock.net/overclock-n...ttage-ppd.html
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