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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 03-22-2019, 02:27 PM - Thread Starter
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Can Corsair RM650x handle this?

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Please can you tell me if my current PSU can handle i7 6700k OC'd to 4.6ghz at 1.33 voltage, 2x8GB RAM DDR4, RTX 2060, 1 SSD, 6 HDD (3 at 5400rpm, 3 at 7200rpm), sound card, and 5 120mm fans including the one on the CPU. There is also 2 external hard drives that I connect via USB on occasion. I was thinking of adding a 200mm fan, but I thought it might be dangerous adding all these things on top of what is already there. Ideally, I need to remove the lower capacity HDD's for just a larger one instead. Do you think I should replace this PSU with 1000W instead?

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Plenty there. Looks like 450w max for everything listed with OC.

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Thanks for the info. I was checking the PSU Review Database and didn't realise it was OEM. Not sure if that's a thing to worry about but I'll be sure to check that site next time before buying.
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(Woop, same PSU ) Yup, the RM650x is a decent PSU and will more than be able to handle those components, I have pulled a lot more power out of it when doing benchmark OC runs with my 4770k and RX580 at stupidly high voltages (150w+240w+30w CPU/GPU/RAM according to HWinfo) so ya should be golden.

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Thanks for the confirmation. I guess I can add a couple more things then.
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The RM650x is a very high-end PSU. High-end 650W PSUs can easily handle systems with two high-end video cards installed and a very overclocked mainstream CPU. You have tons and tons and tons of headroom. Your PSU is what I would call "extremely extreme major overkill".


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