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Tested out a watt consumption meter

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So here we go rig is my sig rig:

- IDLE: ~80w
- Furmark ~200w
- Prime95 + Furmark ~270w

If this is right then my psu can handle tougher card
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Originally Posted by MiksuX View Post
So here we go rig is my sig rig:

- IDLE: ~80w
- Furmark ~200w
- Prime95 + Furmark ~270w

If this is right then my psu can handle tougher card
You ran prime and furmark at the same time?
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What are you using to check?


Also, don't forget that is power draw from the outlet... the system only needs 75-90% of those numbers.
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Remember to factor in efficiency.
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Originally Posted by tconroy135 View Post
You ran prime and furmark at the same time?
Yes i did, i dont have problem with that

I use meter that comes between outlet and power cord.
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