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Seasonic PRIME ULTRA TITANIUM 850w and 2080 Ti - question.

Hello i bought new PSU:

https://www.x-kom.pl/p/399265-zasila...-titanium.html

My card will be Aorus 2080 Ti Xtreme Waterforce.

But i have found topic with issue with that PSU and 2080 Ti:

https://forums.evga.com/EVGA-2080-Ti...-m2908567.aspx

But i will be not have problems?

Somebody said:"I had very similar problems that you've experience using several Seasonic PRIME Titanium Ultra/non-Ultra 850W (1x new) 750W (3x - 2 new, 1 RMA) PSUs. When I game or GPU stress test (with a max power draw of 430-520W), the PC would randomly power off and reboot. This rarely happened at first but has happened more frequently over time. I had this happen to me when I had my 8700K+Z370+Titan V build, 9900K+Z370+2080 Ti build, 9900K+Z390+2080 Ti build while using various 750W and 850W Seasonic PRIME Titanium Ultra and non-Ultra PSUs. I've replaced nearly all components in my PC, PSU cables (Ensourced and OEM), surge protector, swapped power outlets around the house, and battery backup, but I still experienced random shut-offs. This week I've replaced the Seasonic PSU with an EVGA Supernova T2 850W. I have not had any random shutdowns under GPU load so far. I will report back if this changes but I highly recommend testing your system with another PSU as I suspect the Seasonic PRIME Titanium PSU degrades over time.
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Hello i bought new PSU:

https://www.x-kom.pl/p/399265-zasila...-titanium.html

My card will be Aorus 2080 Ti Xtreme Waterforce.

But i have found topic with issue with that PSU and 2080 Ti:

https://forums.evga.com/EVGA-2080-Ti...-m2908567.aspx

But i will be not have problems?

Somebody said:"I had very similar problems that you've experience using several Seasonic PRIME Titanium Ultra/non-Ultra 850W (1x new) 750W (3x - 2 new, 1 RMA) PSUs. When I game or GPU stress test (with a max power draw of 430-520W), the PC would randomly power off and reboot. This rarely happened at first but has happened more frequently over time. I had this happen to me when I had my 8700K+Z370+Titan V build, 9900K+Z370+2080 Ti build, 9900K+Z390+2080 Ti build while using various 750W and 850W Seasonic PRIME Titanium Ultra and non-Ultra PSUs. I've replaced nearly all components in my PC, PSU cables (Ensourced and OEM), surge protector, swapped power outlets around the house, and battery backup, but I still experienced random shut-offs. This week I've replaced the Seasonic PSU with an EVGA Supernova T2 850W. I have not had any random shutdowns under GPU load so far. I will report back if this changes but I highly recommend testing your system with another PSU as I suspect the Seasonic PRIME Titanium PSU degrades over time.
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I replied over on reddit already.
I bought today that PSU , but tommorow i will plug GPU. Should i keep that psu?
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I had a similar issue with a Seasonic Prime 750W Titanium and a Visiontek (AMD generic) RX480 GPU. That's not even a power hungry GPU, but after multiple RMAs of both the GPU and the power supply, I determined it to be some interaction between the two (large transient current spikes from the Visiontek?) that was the problem. An ASUS Strix Rx480 worked fine with that PSU.

I'd love to get an oscilloscope with current and voltage probes on there to see what's happening before the system powers off, but it wasn't worth the trouble borrowing one from work or lugging my PC in.

Anyhow that was a while back. Disappointing that a premium PSU like the Prime would have these issues.

edit: BTW, if you notice my sig below, I'm still using that Prime 750W PSU with my new Zen 2 system with 5700XT. No issues yet.

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