Kay_nychowever this power meter is definitely under calculated, it recommends 750w psu wich is definitely not enough
Kay_nycI am using an evga 3080ti ftw3, 11700k, 32g gskill ram, rog z590 strix mother board. The PSU that I choose is corsair RM850, however I often met with the system rebooting while playing high quality games like red dead 2 and cyberpunk 2077, which is frustrating. however it never reboots when I do ordinary works like office work or watching YouTube, so I think it's the PSU's problem of now enough wattage? Could you guys give me some advice on this?
Kay_nycmy present psu is new. and what's the second question asking?
Cool GTX agree with kevinc313 using separate 8-pin cables is best practic Ck your PSU Mfg for their recommendation is another option GPU-Z sensor tab will tell you how much power the GPU is pulling on each 8-pin & total Make sure your not putting too much load on any one part of PSU ... check PSU specs .... Amps per section/ type of Voltage ... not just total Watts
Kay_nycI am using 3 separate 8 pin cables, still got the problem