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Quote: Originally Posted by wingman99 View Post
Do you have your monitor and other accessories plugged into the ups?
Vega 64 can pull as much as 330W under full load. So, I'm not surprised his system is pulling upwards of 585W out of the PSU.

Quote: Originally Posted by Drake87 View Post
You're probably right. The 850w version was on sale when I bought it.
I just feel it's always important to make sure that when saying a PSU is quiet to also say what it's powering so that it's put into perspective.

It's like with my RM550x: it's always dead silent, but my power consumption never goes above ~350W either.


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