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my 7700 and 1060 pull 170w while folding. Just for reference. (This is with the 1060 @ 2156 core).

IDK what a 2600 would pull.

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Current power draw OVERCLOCKED is max at 370W(prime95+furmark - measured with cheap energy monitor), gaming max 325W. Idle 80W. This is input power measured at 220V socket.
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Results:
Load Wattage: 486 W
Recommended PSU Wattage: 536 W
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Quote: Originally Posted by Diwiak View Post
Current power draw OVERCLOCKED is max at 370W(prime95+furmark - measured with cheap energy monitor), gaming max 325W. Idle 80W. This is input power measured at 220V socket.
Wattage calculator shows higher numbers:

Results:
Load Wattage: 486 W
Recommended PSU Wattage: 536 W

I have a R5 1600 (65W) and 1060 6GB (120W). Together with the monitor, the system pulls about 225W based on the reading off the UPS. Highest I've seen is 250W during gaming. No one should be using Furmark anymore. Prime, yes, for stability.

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Quote: Originally Posted by Diwiak View Post
Current power draw OVERCLOCKED is max at 370W(prime95+furmark - measured with cheap energy monitor), gaming max 325W. Idle 80W. This is input power measured at 220V socket.
Wattage calculator shows higher numbers:

Results:
Load Wattage: 486 W
Recommended PSU Wattage: 536 W
You need to take the rated efficiency of your PSU off those number so the numbers are 314 and 276 watts not 370 and 325 watts
As for those so called PSU calculators dont use them they are garbage and there are they to sell you a bigger unit


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I have a R5 1600 (65W) and 1060 6GB (120W). Together with the monitor, the system pulls about 225W based on the reading off the UPS. Highest I've seen is 250W during gaming. No one should be using Furmark anymore. Prime, yes, for stability.
Is that with or without the efficiency taken off?

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Quote: Originally Posted by Diwiak View Post
Current power draw OVERCLOCKED is max at 370W(prime95+furmark - measured with cheap energy monitor), gaming max 325W. Idle 80W. This is input power measured at 220V socket.
Wattage calculator shows higher numbers:

Results:
Load Wattage: 486 W
Recommended PSU Wattage: 536 W
how are you measuring that?

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Quote: Originally Posted by shilka View Post
Is that with or without the efficiency taken off?
Not quite sure. When i turn off the monitor the reading goes down by 35-40W. According to the monitor's manual it is a 35W monitor.

The reading is straight out of the UPS.

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This is right, in factory settings.. When overclocked, you have 100+ watts more..

Why no Furmark? Like for 24/7 definitely not, but Iam using it for some few minutes to check for stability artefacts and cooling after overclock.

measuring with this

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You need to take the rated efficiency of your PSU off those number so the numbers are 314 and 276 watts not 370 and 325 watts
As for those so called PSU calculators dont use them they are garbage and there are they to sell you a bigger unit



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This is right, in factory settings.. When overclocked, you have 100+ watts more..

Why no Furmark? Like for 24/7 definitely not, but Iam using it for some few minutes to check for stability artefacts and cooling after overclock.

I can only oc my cpu. At 3.9GHz it needs 1.39v. The gpu is already hitting 83c at stock. With the CPU oc'ed, the reading goes to around 250W.

[email protected] 6 http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2211392 4.6 @ 4 http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2216580
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Quote: Originally Posted by Diwiak View Post
This is right, in factory settings.. When overclocked, you have 100+ watts more..

Why no Furmark? Like for 24/7 definitely not, but Iam using it for some few minutes to check for stability artefacts and cooling after overclock.

measuring with this
huh. gotcha. just seems really high for the hardware.

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Check my old FX6300 + 560Ti YT video ;-)



Back to PSUs - at local forums theyre significantly recommending me this one, what do you think?? Its really out of my intended budget, is it worth another 20,-EUR??... Its almost twice-the-price of previous Corsair CX..

https://www.alza.sk/EN/corsair-rm750...281117.htm?o=4

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