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Old 05-24-2019, 06:43 PM   #1
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Default RTX 2080 TI power specs/ Edius

I'm having tons of crashes in Edius 9.40.4896 with 1080 60p MTS files. Anton has pointed to my video card as the source after reviewing system report.

A friend has loaned me a GeForce RTX 2080Ti to use instead of my Quardo P1000. The problem is the 2080 is rated for a 650 watt power supply and I've only got a 500w power supply.

Any thoughts on whether I might use the 2080Ti in the 500w system for a while to test the performance within Edius vs my P1000 without burning up the 500w power supply? Would the power supply just shut down if it's being pushed too hard instead of a burn out? One techy friend of mine says I could probably use the 2080 but I'm seeking other opinions before I do this.
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Old 05-24-2019, 06:58 PM   #2
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You can use it, but there is always a possibility of damaging the 2080ti due to power issues.

If the power supply is a lower end model, the likelihood of you actually getting a sustained 500wts or being able to handle a power spike or burst is low. This could damage the card. Use at your own risk.
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Old 05-25-2019, 12:49 AM   #3
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The Power Supply is the most important thing in a PC, I use only 1000 Watt ones from Corsair
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The Power Supply is the most important thing in a PC, I use only 1000 Watt ones from Corsair
I always liked PC Power and Cooling PSU's. I'm a bit wary of using them now after they have changed hands so many times. Supposedly, they are
back in the original owners hands.
I have been using the Corsair PSU's and actually like them. For the latest PC's, i prefer only 1000wt or above in a Platinum or higher rating.
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yes, an I forgot to mention that a fully modular PSU is the way to go, as you only plug in cables as you need them and you then don't have a bundle of unused ones hanging around
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