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Cooler Master X Mighty 2800W power supply to support up to four GeForce RTX 4090 cards at once


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Cooler Master is preparing to officially introduce its latest 2000W+ power supply series designed for high-performance systems. The X Mighty 2000 Platinum falls into the category of enthusiast-grade supplies, catering to the demands of the most power-hungry setups. The 2000W unit, announced last month, will be joined by an even more powerful unit supporting up to 2800 watts. The official advertisement highlights its compatibility with up to two XEON or EPYC processors or four GeForce RTX 4090 graphics cards. Such a graphics setup would require, 1800W of power alone.

https://videocardz.com/newz/cooler-master-x-mighty-2800w-power-supply-to-support-up-to-four-geforce-rtx-4090-cards-at-once

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50 minutes ago, bonami2 said:

 

 Moar Powa - Fortunately, there's that 240 V wall plug for the cloth dryer 😃

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22 minutes ago, J7SC_Orion said:

 

 Moar Powa - Fortunately, there's that 240 V wall plug for the cloth dryer 😃

Or the oven. Well i can't even remember if both are the same connector. Now you need both one for you EV and one for your PC.  😂

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Friendly reminder that the 8800GTX, 18 years ago, was a 155w TDP GPU and was considered an absolute monster.  It's only been very recently that these kind of power figures have become okay for GPU's (and CPU's now too with the latest parts).  Now.....you need a dedicated 240v line for your system if you want multiple 4090's.

Our parts creators are doing it wrong I feel like.  We're constantly pushing for more and more power draw, and the hell with efficiency anymore.  Don't get me wrong, I absolutely love having the latest and greatest shiny parts.  But I feel like somewhere along the way, we've lost the goal of making things regular people can use. 😒

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3 hours ago, pioneerisloud said:

Our parts creators are doing it wrong I feel like.  We're constantly pushing for more and more power draw, and the hell with efficiency anymore.😒

 

Ever since dedicated graphics cards can into existence, the trend has been to make them bigger, use more power, and create more heat. That doesn't mean they haven't also gotten a lot more efficient though. A GeForce 4060 uses ~115w and is vastly more efficient that a GeForce 8800. 

 

This stuff has a lot more to do with physics and the physical limitations of what's possible than any kind of design choices. As we get closer and closer to the atomic limit of transistors, something has to give. Sure there is always a greed factor, but by far the thing driving GPUs to be more expensive and less of a raw power increase gen to gen is physics. That's a big part of the reason why things like AI upscaling and other AI rendering techniques will be more and more important. It's a way to keep increasing visuals without relying purely on more and more transistors. 

 

Already what we call 3 or 4 or 5mn nodes really just means some parts of a chip are that small, but there are a bunch of other parts of chips that never got past the 16nm barrier and are still fabricated at 16nm, for example. 

Simply put, as the physics starts to get more and more in the way of advancement, the chips just have to get smarter. 

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3 hours ago, pioneerisloud said:

Friendly reminder that the 8800GTX, 18 years ago, was a 155w TDP GPU and was considered an absolute monster.  It's only been very recently that these kind of power figures have become okay for GPU's (and CPU's now too with the latest parts).  Now.....you need a dedicated 240v line for your system if you want multiple 4090's.

Our parts creators are doing it wrong I feel like.  We're constantly pushing for more and more power draw, and the hell with efficiency anymore.  Don't get me wrong, I absolutely love having the latest and greatest shiny parts.  But I feel like somewhere along the way, we've lost the goal of making things regular people can use. 😒

 

...4x 780 Ti w/ custom vbios and modded VRM were also nothing to sneeze at. I still run one system with two of the three Antec HPC 1300 W Platinum on 110 V lines (but different circuits). That's a satisfying 2600 W continuous power for the Threadripper and three thirsty RTX cards for ML, etc. 

 

...fyi, performance-per-watt has drastically increased over the last decade...the top end has dragged the whole spectrum with it...an 8800 GTX would look real old compared to a modern 155 W TPU GPU 

 

 

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3 hours ago, pioneerisloud said:

Friendly reminder that the 8800GTX, 18 years ago, was a 155w TDP GPU and was considered an absolute monster.  It's only been very recently that these kind of power figures have become okay for GPU's (and CPU's now too with the latest parts).  Now.....you need a dedicated 240v line for your system if you want multiple 4090's.

Our parts creators are doing it wrong I feel like.  We're constantly pushing for more and more power draw, and the hell with efficiency anymore.  Don't get me wrong, I absolutely love having the latest and greatest shiny parts.  But I feel like somewhere along the way, we've lost the goal of making things regular people can use. 😒

What's funny is that it was actually ATI that started the war of the big dies that led to G80 and the 8800 GTX. Within context of the general die sizes of the era, they completely upset Nvidia with the R300 (which was the legendary 9700 Pro and later derivatives) as their way to completely dethrone Nvidia who was winning the performance crown at the time and Nvidia just kept increasing die sizes after to win until ATI and later AMD couldn't keep up with big die strategy. 2900 XT was a complete flop for them.

 

And of course Nvidia just kept pushing it, though AMD still pushed it hard with 4870 and 5870 against the big Nvidia dies and did very well except for where it mattered...sales and profit.

 

And who can forget:

 

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57 minutes ago, Sir Beregond said:

What's funny is that it was actually ATI that started the war of the big dies that led to G80 and the 8800 GTX. Within context of the general die sizes of the era, they completely upset Nvidia with the R300 (which was the legendary 9700 Pro and later derivatives) as their way to completely dethrone Nvidia who was winning the performance crown at the time and Nvidia just kept increasing die sizes after to win until ATI and later AMD couldn't keep up with big die strategy. 2900 XT was a complete flop for them.

 

And of course Nvidia just kept pushing it, though AMD still pushed it hard with 4870 and 5870 against the big Nvidia dies and did very well except for where it mattered...sales and profit.

 

And who can forget:

 

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Now now now, the GTX 580 wasn't THAT bad.  The GTX 480 was what people were using to cook food on..... 🤣

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44 minutes ago, pioneerisloud said:

Now now now, the GTX 580 wasn't THAT bad.  The GTX 480 was what people were using to cook food on..... 🤣

You're right. I didn't even notice they used 580 on this meme. Oops.

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...well, > let's not forget the 590 stereo barbecue ...I never played with one of those but we did have AMD 8990s in the office - I learned a lot about PSUs and liquid cooling in those days 😜 

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