Real World Test System & Observations
Loading up the 2990WX and a pair of TITAN's (a TITAN XP CE and a TITAN V) shows a total power draw of 727W. The PSU in standard fan mode (not full speed) we see the PSU under a couple of hours of testing gets up to about 50C internal temps but never faltered in stability or caused any faults in the workload or crashes. One thing worth noting is you can see I synchronized the fan with the motherboard set to red, and as you can see, the PSU shines rather brilliantly through the top, but the sides must just be for air ingress as it does not allow any light to bleed in our testing. Also, if you have a PSU shroud, this effect will be lost due to not having a visual on the PSU itself.
We are already close to the theoretical limit of the supply, so I wanted to go for the gusto and see how far the Kratos 750 could go. Much to my surprise, I was able to get just north of 900W under load. Granted, the internal temps raised to levels I likely would not want in a long term solution. Still, it is impressive to see that at the silent fan mode, this PSU could take this loading for several hours without missing a beat or having stability issues that would have caused a workload checksum to fail.
Last updated: Feb 5, 2020 at 06:11 am CST
- Page 1 [Introduction, Specifications, and Pricing]
- Page 2 [Packaging]
- Page 3 [Hardware & Documentation]
- Page 4 [Gamdias Kratos P1-750W ATX Power Supply]
- Page 5 [Real World Test System & Observations]
- Page 6 [Final Thoughts]