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Not sure what PS should I use and not sure when will EVGA restock their PS

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2021/01/03 18:57:16 (permalink)
Hello, I have a GPU 2080 Super, and CPU i9-9900k, I also have a 650w Bronze power supply. I am realizing that my PC shut itself off when trying to play BDO after playing it for 3-5 hours. Any recommend power supplies that I should upgrade to avoid this issue as much as possible? I'm very unfamiliar with how Watt works and people that I know are saying it's a Watt problem. I also wonder when are they going to restock on EVGA website and how often do they restock them.
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    Re: Not sure what PS should I use and not sure when will EVGA restock their PS 2021/01/03 19:11:34 (permalink)
    Hi VinVonVin,
     
    I am sorry your PC shut down.
     
    https://www.evga.com/power-meter/
     
    Try the EVGA Power Meter to determine the minimum requirements for your PC.    If you have a 650w, you may benefit from going with 700w or more. 
     
    We do not have a time frame on when Power Supplies will restock.  its best to use the Auto-Notify feature with different products you are considering, and EVGA will let you know when we have the power supply available for purchase.
     
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    Re: Not sure what PS should I use and not sure when will EVGA restock their PS 2021/01/03 19:17:06 (permalink)
    Thanks.
     
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    Re: Not sure what PS should I use and not sure when will EVGA restock their PS 2021/01/03 19:21:13 (permalink)
    Another question, if I were to switch powersupplies from 650W Bronze to like 850W Gold, can I still use the same exact cords connecting from GPU,CPU, Motherboard, and etc to Power supplies or I must always use the available power supplies cord that was given?
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    Re: Not sure what PS should I use and not sure when will EVGA restock their PS 2021/01/03 19:38:29 (permalink)
    Hi VinVonVin,
     
    See this link about which EVGA Power Supply cables are compatible.  Most are compatible, however not all of them.
     
    https://www.evga.com/support/faq/FAQdetails.aspx?faqid=59698
     
    If you know which Power Supply you have, and which one you may get, send us a support ticket.  We can verify if they are compatible or not.
     
    https://www.evga.com/support/ticket/support.aspx
     
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    Re: Not sure what PS should I use and not sure when will EVGA restock their PS 2021/01/03 19:39:16 (permalink)
    Thanks!
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    Re: Not sure what PS should I use and not sure when will EVGA restock their PS 2021/01/03 21:20:16 (permalink)
     
    I was running an overclocked i9-9900k and RTX 2080 Ti Hybrid with an EVGA SuperNOVA 850 P2 with zero issues.
     
    650W should handle your i9-9900k + 2080 Super on stock clocks, depending what other gear you have in there, but it's cutting it a little close imo, particularly if it's one of the lower rated PSUs (compared to say a Platinum rating).
     

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