Question Battery Backup

Jul 12, 2020
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ok so im looking for a 3-4 hour battery backup for my setup what would be useful. i want everything to be powered during a power outage for 3-4 hours
for pc i have a
10850k
asus tuf z490 plus
corsair hx850i
asus tuf rtx3080
6 x noctua nf-a14 fans
noctua nh-d15
corsair commander pro fan controller
samsung oddssey g7 32"

for audio i have a focus rite scarlett solo 3rd gen
mackie mix 5 mixer
2x mackie thump 12a
yorkville yx18spc

random stuff
das keyboard
corsair dark core se mouse
hp office jet pro 6978 printer
i have a standard isp modem
a tp link ac1200
 

kanewolf

Titan
Moderator
ok so im looking for a 3-4 hour battery backup for my setup what would be useful. i want everything to be powered during a power outage for 3-4 hours
for pc i have a
10850k
asus tuf z490 plus
corsair hx850i
asus tuf rtx3080
6 x noctua nf-a14 fans
noctua nh-d15
corsair commander pro fan controller
samsung oddssey g7 32"

for audio i have a focus rite scarlett solo 3rd gen
mackie mix 5 mixer
2x mackie thump 12a
yorkville yx18spc

random stuff
das keyboard
corsair dark core se mouse
hp office jet pro 6978 printer
i have a standard isp modem
a tp link ac1200
Batteries are not going to give you 3 to 4 hours. That requires a UPS and a generator. Batteries are good for 15 - 20 min max. Unless you want to fill a room with them.
 

ex_bubblehead

Champion
Moderator
ok so im looking for a 3-4 hour battery backup for my setup what would be useful. i want everything to be powered during a power outage for 3-4 hours
for pc i have a
10850k
asus tuf z490 plus
corsair hx850i
asus tuf rtx3080
6 x noctua nf-a14 fans
noctua nh-d15
corsair commander pro fan controller
samsung oddssey g7 32"

for audio i have a focus rite scarlett solo 3rd gen
mackie mix 5 mixer
2x mackie thump 12a
yorkville yx18spc

random stuff
das keyboard
corsair dark core se mouse
hp office jet pro 6978 printer
i have a standard isp modem
a tp link ac1200
Be prepared to spend well into the 5 figure range to power all of that for 3-4 hours strictly on battery. And be sure that you have an available out building to house all of it. And don't forget to budget for battery replacement every 3 to 5 years (whether you use them or not).
 
Jul 12, 2020
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Be prepared to spend well into the 5 figure range to power all of that for 3-4 hours strictly on battery. And be sure that you have an available out building to house all of it. And don't forget to budget for battery replacement every 3 to 5 years (whether you use them or not).
see it would make me think with tesla power walls and electric cars we would have better power backups
 

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