The "Everyday" show-off thread !

nitin_g3

Disciple
Haha
Same story everywhere
I think the CPU might last 4years, my 3080ti might not. :)
I mean this upgrade addiction is very real. I didn't even have a desktop PC until a year ago. And now when I do, I just keep upgrading components every month. And I'm never satisfied.
After upgrading each component I automatically target the next component to upgrade.
And the funny thing is, I don't even need the PC except for some causal gaming
 

Mann

Disciple
GPU goes upto 400w in the software
And CPU 160w observed. plus
Some fans , some pumps, some LED's
750 is more than sufficient in that case. 350w for GPU, at max 150w for cpu.

Optimum Tech ran a 3080 + liquid cooled overclocked 10900k on an sf600 and it ran perfectly fine.

Rest is insignificant!
 

Jasku

Skilled
Yes, I have gone and outdone my self and picked up a 5950x, intent to use it in a NR200, really not sure about the cooling, leaning towards the Arctic Freezer 2 280mm and the Asus Rog B550 strix. I am shitting bricks here. Currently running 2700x with GTX 3080 and SF 600 gold.
 

Chaos

Skilled
GPU goes upto 400w in the software
And CPU 160w observed. plus
Some fans , some pumps, some LED's
I have a 3090 and max I see are 380-390W transients. Those are perfectly fine - any decent quality psu can handle the same. I haven't seen my 5950x go anywhere near 160w. Still - if you include 400+160, you are still hitting 560. Add another 100 and you should be absolutely fine with a platinum rated 750w.
 

Mann

Disciple
I have a 3090 and max I see are 380-390W transients. Those are perfectly fine - any decent quality psu can handle the same. I haven't seen my 5950x go anywhere near 160w. Still - if you include 400+160, you are still hitting 560. Add another 100 and you should be absolutely fine with a platinum rated 750w.
This 160w was seen in afterburner.
Everything in the BIOS was on default even without PBO. The 5800x was auto overclocking. It was on a quad 120 and sat at a toasty 92'C.
 

Mann

Disciple
I have a 3090 and max I see are 380-390W transients. Those are perfectly fine - any decent quality psu can handle the same. I haven't seen my 5950x go anywhere near 160w. Still - if you include 400+160, you are still hitting 560. Add another 100 and you should be absolutely fine with a platinum rated 750w.
The next gen RTX4XXX is a power hog they say. Rumours suggest they are twice as powerful as the 3090 and can take upto a whopping 550w. Salt your pinch
 

j3rwin

Disciple
Did something productive after a long time.

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