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B&H Photo Video.com has EVGA SuperNova 850 G3 850W 80+ Gold Modular Power Supply (220-G3-0850-X1) on sale for $149.99 - Extra $60 off coupon found on product page - $20 Rebate = $69.99. Shipping is free. Thanks heavyarms1912

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Limit one rebate per household. Rebate valid through August 9, 2018 or while promotion/supplies last. This power supply also includes a limited 10-year warranty w/ purchase - Discombobulated

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B&H has EVGA 850W G3 power supply for $69 ($149.99 - $60 clip off coupon - $20 MIR)


10+2 yrs warranty.

https://www.evga.com/warranty/power-supplies/

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Damn, I bought this last week and now see its$10 cheaper
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Is 850 watts sufficient to run a GTX 1080TI card
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Is 850 watts sufficient to run a GTX 1080TI card
This can run an overclocked 8700K/2700X with DUAL (2) GTX 1080 TI
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This can run an overclocked 8700K/2700X with DUAL (2) GTX 1080 TI
Yup. +1
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Is 850 watts sufficient to run a GTX 1080TI card
It is absolute overkill unless you plan on going SLI. Might wait to see if B&H gets the 650 back in stock @ $50 AR. That would be perfect.
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Dang it! Just bought this for $80 after a $20 rebate. Oh wells.
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What is MIR?
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What is MIR?
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Does 1000W G3 worth $30 more?....I guess my question should be: 8700K+1080 TI SLI+4 disks+watercooling, will 850W be enough??
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Does 1000W G3 worth $30 more?....I guess my question should be: 8700K+1080 TI SLI+4 disks+watercooling, will 850W be enough??
850 would probably be enough. You might be cutting it close if you plan to overclock at all. If you can afford two 1080 TI's though you could probably afford to shell out $30 for some more room to work with lol.
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850 would probably be enough. You might be cutting it close if you plan to overclock at all. If you can afford two 1080 TI's though you could probably afford to shell out $30 for some more room to work with lol.
I agree. Get a 1000w. You're not using the extra power unless you need it.
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I plan to upgrade my system with AMD 2700x and ASRock 470x (new additions I plan to add from yesterday deal) and a GTX 1060 6GB. I currently have FX-6300 ( a 90W consuming) with Hyper 212 cooler, GTX 750 Ti, a 256 GB SSD and a 1TB HD. The system is running fine with a cx500m 500W PSU so long, since 2013.

Do you guys believe that I am better off upgrading to this PSU ? Do I need 800W ? Thank you for your help and expertise.
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This is a good price and I'm tempted to buy it for my next PC build, but it's a bit more on the noisy side than what I'm looking for.

My PC is in a common area with my home theater and I don't want to be able to hear the fans running while watching movies. So, for me, having a silent PC when idle or under light load is just as important as it being able to handle the latest games, etc.

According to the review on Tom's hardware, this is a good PSU. The one drawback is that it's relatively noisy if your intent is to build a silent PC. It's quiet, just not as quiet as the silent power supplies on the market.

For example, I have a Corsair HX850 which is about 23 dB on average and the EVGA is about 40 dB on average. At light/moderate usage (i.e. web surfing, editing photos, etc.) I can''t hear the Corsair in a quiet room and I'm quite picky about noise.

https://www.tomshardware.com/revi...30-10.html

https://www.tomshardware.com/revi...57-11.html
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