ENERMAX lists the power consumption of AMD Radeon RX 7000 series graphics cards


In recent years, each new generation of graphics cards has higher and higher requirements for PC power supply. When players build new hosts, the power of purchasing new power supplies is also rising. In order to give players a clearer understanding, the power supply manufacturer may provide a power calculator so that players can choose the appropriate power supply according to their own configuration.

Recently, Twitter user @momomo_us discovered that ENERMAX has provided eight new graphics cards in the power calculator, including the Radeon RX 7000 series that AMD has not yet launched. There are Radeon RX 7950XT, Radeon RX 7900XT, Radeon RX 7800XT, and Radeon RX 7700XT. If you choose to build the platform with the Intel Core i9-12900KF, the required power supply wattage is as follows:
  • Radeon RX 7950XT – 822W
  • Radeon RX 7900XT – 730W
  • Radeon RX 7800XT – 700W
  • Radeon RX 7700XT – 598W
Previously, Seasonic’s power calculator also provided the required power consumption of the corresponding platform when equipped with Radeon RX 7000 series graphics cards. Under the condition that the configuration is basically the same, the power requirements are not much different. The difference is that the Radeon RX 7950XT did not appear in Seasonic’s power calculator at that time.

The eight new graphics cards also include Nvidia’s latest GeForce RTX 40 series, and it’s no surprise that the upcoming GeForce RTX 4090 / RTX 4080 series is here. Importantly, ENERMAX also offers the yet-to-be-shown GeForce RTX 4070 and RTX 4060. Select the same collocation build platform, the required power supply wattage is as follows:
  • GeForce RTX 4090 – 853W
  • GeForce RTX 4080 – 720W
  • GeForce RTX 4070 – 684W
  • GeForce RTX 4060 – 598W

Although ENERMAX does not provide the specific power consumption of the graphics card, since the specifications of the GeForce RTX 4090 / RTX 4080 series have been disclosed, it can be calculated that in Anmey’s power calculator, power consumption values ​​required by other components to get a rough idea of ​​the approximate power consumption of other unreleased graphics cards.