Help Me Please Power Consumption: Up To 150W
Please power down and connect the pcie power cable(s) for this graphics card - msi GeForce 1060 armor 6gb OC edition Tom's Hardware Around the World Tom's Hardware Around the World Thank you for helping us maintain CNET's great community. Our expert industry analysis and practical solutions help you make better buying decisions and get more from technology....https://books.google.es/books/about/PC_Mag.html?hl=es&id=jE2OlZ9PkrkC&utm_source=gb-gplus-sharePC MagMi colecciónAyudaBúsqueda avanzada de librosSuscribirseComprar libros en Google PlayExplora la mayor tienda de No, create an account now.
Back to top #7 Fat_Bodybuilder Fat_Bodybuilder Guru Banned 8,893 posts Posted 11 September 2008 - 04:38 PM Yeah that's why I suggested. jedi55Mar 18, 2015, 4:01 PM Hi,Thanks for the quick response.Please don't take offence, but are you sure?I only ask because I'm having trouble understanding the logic, 6 pins + 8 pins What'll happen if your power supply isn't powerful enough for your setup? Desktop: i7 6850K @ 4.3GHz | Titan X (Pascal) | 32GB RAM | 120GB + 500GB SSDs | 2x 5TB HDD in RAID1 Server: G3258 @4.6GHz | 120GB SSD | 2x
So a PCI-E 1.0 GFX card with a 6-pin power connector attached can draw up to 150W max, with a dual card setup able to draw up to 300W max between There's only so much you can draw from your power socket! Discussion topics include choosing a processor, installing hard drives, adding RAM, upgrading video cards, sound cards, DVD drives, Blu-ray drives, PSU, and much more.Real-Time ActivityMy Tracked DiscussionsFAQsPoliciesModerators Resolved Question Power supply solved How can I power a graphic card which requires 1x8-pin and 1x6-pin?
Pics now working in 2nd post. It uses one 8-pin connector (or 6-pin + 2-pin).$340http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00OQUMGM0/?tag=pcpapi-20http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814125706http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1096665-REG/gigabyte_gv_n970ixoc_4gd_gtx_970_mini_itx.htmlhttp://www.superbiiz.com/detail.php?name=GA-970IXOC&c=CJhttp://www.microcenter.com/product/441042/GeForce_GTX_970_Overclocked_4GB_GDDR5_Video_Card**Edit- You could also just get a regular 970, I just like the smaller one because it fits any case. No, because as soon as a part is stressed by something I do, it could easily jump way beyond the PSU specification. #6 XabanakFanatik, Apr 9, 2016 tortillasoup Golden Member http://archive.atomicmpc.com.au/forums.asp?s=2&c=7&t=9354 Advertisements do not imply our endorsement of that product or service.
Short URL to this thread: https://techguy.org/1165056 Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with Google Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? Loading... You have two 6/8 pins left from the other end of the cable so one would go into the 6pin on the GPU and the 8pin into the other slot.You can It would be even better if the card had more than 1 Gigabyte of video ram and or GDDR5 memory.
So you should take the total wattage rating on a power supply with a grain of salt. https://tapatalk.com/topic/21761-anandtech-forums/2469692-very-low-power-consumption-150w-max-on-gaming-pc help me please Power Consumption: up to 150W Discussion in 'Hardware' started by jacobhoh, Jan 27, 2016. If I owned Seasonic, I'd rather people bought 1200w Platinum units instead of 500w Bronze units. #4 UsandThem, Apr 8, 2016 Dasa2 Member Joined: Nov 22, 2014 Messages: 197 Likes The regular sized cards take 2x 6-pin, but the EVGA one comes with adapters that work off molex connectors.
Of course all this depends on your CPU and other components which have to share the available power, which is another section on its own! This is the key - the meter is not reading something correctly here. Stay logged in Sign up now! AMDs route is less accurate but isn't application specific and thus a bit more elegant a solution.
Just because u use 300wts doesn't mean a 350wt PSU is best for u. @ 300wt system usage, a 600wt PSU would provide you with the best power efficiency.Click to expand... Time will tell. See links at the end of this post for certified PSUs. Did you read the whole article?
The above statement means the graphics card is "Power hungry" and requires a "dedicated" DIRECT CONNECTION from the PSU to the graphics card. Added - HD3870 OC - Chrome 440 GTX - 9400 GT Updated - 8400 GS - HD4670 Desktop: i7 6850K @ 4.3GHz | Titan X (Pascal) | 32GB RAM | 120GB If you order it today, you'll have it by friday and can plug it in in a few mins and be ready to go.2.
a 60w incandescent bulb will have a power factor close to 1 which makes it very easy for a cheap power meter to get a accurate reading a cheap psu or
So make sure your PSU is designed correctly and can supply the correct amount of amps on the required rails. That one was $20 - I'd say it's useless to measure the power draw of a PC. By adding the four-pin Molex connections, manufacturers extended the life of AGP cards as each supplied 6.5A or 110.5W from these right angle connections (12V + 5V or 17V x 6.5A Thanks and Best Regards,MSI Technical Support TeamHi James,Thank you for purchasing Seasonic!It is best to use 2x separate PCIe cables for your GTX970.Each cable providing power to each single PCIe power
solved is a single 6+2 pin pcie power enough for a new graphics card My power supply only has 1x6+2 pin PCI-E connector and i want to put a 7870 in If I owned Intel, I'd rather more people bought more 5930k CPUs instead of Pentium G4400 CPUs. This is mainly due to smaller process technologies and more efficient parts on the PCB that's used with each new generation. Here are a few; http://www.guru3d.co...-point-of-view/ http://www.tweaktown...card/index.html http://www.thetechlo...eme-Video-Card/ All of the reviews I've looked at also report power use similar to the 9600gt.
Register now! Tech Support Guy is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations. So it can be a safety factor to increase the wattage rating of the power supply a bit. You will find R9 280x graphics cards with the same setup (1x 6 pin, 1x 8 pin) and these have been found to draw up to 300w when overclocked (250w tdp)The
Antec, Silverstone, Enermax and OCZ are generally quite reliable PSU's. To stay out of trouble you keep the power supply under 50% of it's maximum output.For me I use a P3 Watt meter on the system to find it's total draw. HERE is a graph of how fabrication process sizes can effect power consumption.Software - Different applications or games can influence how much power a card draws. metallica5456, Jan 28, 2016 #4 flavallee Frank Trusted Advisor Joined: May 12, 2002 Messages: 72,209 im geting a ASUS Radeon R7 250X and i have a 350w power supplyClick to expand...
No, because as soon as a part is stressed by something I do, it could easily jump way beyond the PSU specification.View All Posts