HP Z620: The power supply enough for 2x RTX 2080 graphics cards?
Hi, I currently have an HP Z620 Workstation with 2 Intel Xeon E5-2670, 64gb DDR 3, 2x SSD SATA and 1x HDD 5400RPM SATA with 1x RTX 2080 and Power Supply 800W.
I want to add another graphic card, 1x RTX 2080 Super.
My question is with this power supply Is it enough? If not, what power supply could you use and if possible change it?
Attention JBTicket 23 or whomever... Have a similar question as jramos, but my Z800 has the 1110W psu and would like to install dual 1080Ti's (SLI not needed or wanted as my only purpose is graphic rendering for this rig).
The wattage is there, but don't see enough power plug outlets, and wondering if duals would force using the Founders Edition blower for cooling instead of open air fans.. suggestions appreciated.
jramos You should have plenty of power to run an RTX 2080 Super GPU. Keep in mind, there will be some strong bottle-necking.
Billy Sheers in theory you have enough wattage to run 2 independent GTX 1080Ti cards independently. However, the issue that you'll run in to is finding enough power rails for the 2 cards. Please share the results if you attempt the install.
I followed this video
to upgrade my K4000 to a gigabytes 1080 G1 Gaming. I also got a dual 6 pin to 8 pin adapter to get it working.
However, I plan to use K4000 solely for graphics and 1080 for computation like deep learning. Is it possible? I do find an old unused 4 pin power cable though.
Any help much apperciated.