[SOLVED] Can Corsair - SF 450 W 80+ Gold psu handle rtx 2080+ i7 8700 (non -K)

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Thats what I want to know, I dont overclock anything andI want to play games like WD_2, Ghost recon and similar at 2k ultra > 90fps
 

NightHawkRMX

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Good brand and model, but the 1660ti is the most powerful GPU to officially work on 450w according to Nvidia.

450w is not nearly enough for a 2080 or 2070, which need at least a 550 or 650w.

You might get it to start, but it may experience unexpected shutdowns or psu failure.
 

Phillip Corcoran

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A good brand but 450w is a bit on the low side for a system running an RTX 2080 I would have thought, doesn't leave much overhead considering Geforce recommends 650w.
My choice would be a 550w at least, but stick with quality brands like you've already mentioned (Corsair/Seasonic for example).
 
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A good brand but 450w is a bit on the low side for a system running an RTX 2080 I would have thought, doesn't leave much overhead considering Geforce recommends 650w.
My choice would be a 550w at least, but stick with quality brands like you've already mentioned (Corsair/Seasonic for example).
How about RTX 2070
 

NightHawkRMX

Illustrious
Good brand and model, but the 1660ti is the most powerful GPU to officially work on 450w according to Nvidia.

450w is not nearly enough for a 2080 or 2070, which need at least a 550 or 650w.

You might get it to start, but it may experience unexpected shutdowns or psu failure.
 

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