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EVGA SuperNOVA 850 G2, 80+ GOLD 850W $89.99 + Free shipping

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Many of the PSU's that are on sale are running out of inventory. Hopefully Some of you were able to take advantage of the deals.
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soooo... i picked up (2) 750 G3's, price matched from microcenter at 69.99 and it printed off two mail in rebates for $25.... two for $90 after MIRB is a great deal.... thanks op
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Woah, just saw this right as I was about to jump on the B&H deal for the 750w. I have the 1000w a buddy gave me but it has no cables, and it's way more than I'm gonna need for my system any time soon, so I'm gonna get sleeved ones for the 750 and sell the 1000w with the cables from the 750. lol this deal helps a lot thanks op!
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Ordered one, thanks, and repped!

Anyone know if an insufficient or crappy power supply can cause tripped breakers? I got the Cyberpower PC deal with i7 8700k and GTX 1080 ti and am running Oculus VR simulators with supersampling and using all available USB for peripherals. I haven't been able to use it without tripping breakers. Is that too demanding for the Thermaltake Smart 600W it came with? Do you think swapping it for this 850W gold psu will solve the issue?
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Ordered one, thanks, and repped!

Anyone know if an insufficient or crappy power supply can cause tripped breakers? I got the Cyberpower PC deal with i7 8700k and GTX 1080 ti and am running Oculus VR simulators with supersampling and using all available USB for peripherals. I haven't been able to use it without tripping breakers. Is that too demanding for the Thermaltake Smart 600W it came with? Do you think swapping it for this 850W gold psu will solve the issue?
I have four 1080s on a 750 Thermaltake. The power supply will cut out on me if I overload it.

One 1080 ti should run 250 watts max from looking on line.

160 watts is max power consumption i see for i7 8700k.

So just between those two you're at 410 watts.

Although most US houses are wired for 15 amp. Amps can be more important than watts. Although most I'd feel comfortable running would be 12 amps 1300 watts.

Sounds like rest of your system could eat up alot & power supplies vary in if they actually can do as advertised wattage.

I would guess you're over depending on other stuff you've got running just look up power consumption of each item. 850 i would guess would solve problem. I own 10 power supplies. 3 I've bought have been duds and had to be returned.
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