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Crypto is tanking and the need for these is going to slam. Wait if you need this for a SLI build.
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Damn I just bought a EVGA 1200W Platinum back in December (for similar price). These were up at 400+ at the time and sold out everywhere. This is a good deal for sure.
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The market in general is cooling off and prices for these are sure to drop. That being said, it could still be quite awhile before they consistently reach this kind of price, and if you needed to grab a power supply anyways, one of this size from a solid manufacturer should last you for several major upgrades to come, no matter how ridiculous the required draw is for upcoming cards.
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gonna need one for an RTX 4090?
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gonna need one for an RTX 4090?
It really depends on what wattage your PSU is now and what else your running on your rig.

Power consumption on the 4090 will be higher for sure, I've read they will be rated at 450w and spike at 600w - likely more on the after market OC models (but not enough to justify the need of a 1600W PSU with just 1... assuming you have a 1200 or 1300w psu now), the only way you would "need" this much power is if you had an actual need. Like a combination of multi-pump custom cooling loops, or SLI (like two xx90s for and a high end cpu for sure), multi CPU motherboards, or extremely large HDD arrays and maybe insane RGB setups (it would have to be next-next level RGB though, like 40+ rgb fans and dozen+ of strips etc) even with all that you'd still have headroom.

The main selling point to buy a PSU with this much wattage (if you don't have a need for it) is that if you intend to keep it through multiple generations of PC builds...it will last longer. As PSUs age their performance degrades and their rated output wattage drops over time, so a lot of headroom ensures you can degrade over time and still have a useful PSU long term.
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SuperNOVA is such a bad name for a power supply.
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Quote from grimlock49 :
gonna need one for an RTX 4090?
With the new connectors coming you might want to hold off just for that.
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If you had a big case, couldn't you just use 2 800w power supplies? One for system and one for graphics card.
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So listen, if you can fit this, or you were going to spend this much anyways, go for it. You only use as much electricity as what the system needs. Just because it's 1600 watts doesn't mean it uses 1600 watts.
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Quote from grimlock49 :
gonna need one for an RTX 4090?
Just what I was thinking
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