I have added data to the power data of graphic cards For comparison purposes.
To a processor-based system Intel Core i5 או Core i7 Bonfires 2000, 3000 And 4000 and graphics card Sapphire R9 290X Tri-X will recommend any recognized switching power supply with a label of 550 watts or more.
Here's a "Lior meter" for noise levels to the ear. The gauge displays the noise levels as measured in my exams in relation to the feel. The ambient noise is 28 decibel. Of all the hardware components, graphic cards Pass the most stringent noise level tests.
- 28-29 decibel - completely silent, not audible at all
- 30-32 Decibel - Almost Quiet, Highest Quiet Fan Used
- 33-35 decibel - very quiet
- 36-38 decibel - very low noise noticeable
- 39-41 decibel - prominent noise
- 42-44 decibel - loud noise
- 45 decibel and more - loud and unbearable noise
With such high power consumption, the Tri-X fans operate at extremely high rpm to maintain a good operating temperature. As a result, the noise level when working on the video card is very high and clearly not suitable for those looking for a quiet computer.
The Hawaiian core is serious about its heat emission, and even a monster Cooling The Tri-X can not bring it to operating temperatures that are considered to be low in the world of graphics cards. Although, 78 is a priority than 95's Cooling default.