Enermax PSU calculator already lists unreleased Radeon RX 7000XT and GeForce RTX 40 GPUs

Radeon RX 7950XT, 7900XT, 7800XT and 7700XT confirmed by Enermax?

The power supply manufacturer now has recommendations for next-generation GPU series.

It’s unclear whether Enermax has confidential information about the Radeon RX 7000 series or the GeForce RTX 40 series, but the fact is that as many as eight new graphics cards can now be selected in the power supply calculator, as discovered by hardware leaker @momoom_us.

GeForce RTX 40 Series in PSU Calculator, Source: Enermax/@momomo_us

The upcoming GeForce RTX 4090 and RTX 4080 series are no surprise here, but RTX 4070 and RTX 4060 have not yet been announced by NVIDIA. If this data is really based on preliminary information from NVIDIA, we can now guess how powerful the new RX 40 series needs:

GeForce RTX 4090: 853W PSU (GPU TDP 450W) GeForce RTX 4080: 720W PSU (GPU TDP 320-285W) GeForce RTX 4070: 684W PSU (GPU TDP ~285W) GeForce RTX 4060: 598W PSU (GPU TDP ~200W)

The 850W power supply for the RTX 4090 is no surprise, this is the official recommendation from NVIDIA. The RTX 4080 series has two SKUs with 320W or 285W, so we can guess that other components (Core i9-12900KF, 32GB VRAM, Corsair AIO and one M.2 drive) consume up to 400W. Therefore, it seems that the RTX 4070 has a TDP of up to 285W and the RTX 4060 has a TDP of 200W.

Four Radeon RX 7000 SKUs are also listed: 7950XT, 7900XT, 7800XT and 7700XT. Using the same method, we can estimate the following TDP/TBP:

Radeon RX 7950XT: 822W PSU (GPU TBP ~420W) Radeon RX 7900XT: 730W PSU (GPU TBP ~330W) Radeon RX 7800XT: 700W PSU (GPU TBP ~300W) Radeon RX 7700XT: 598W PSU (GPU TBP ~200W)

It appears that the flagship Radeon RX 7950XT card has a TBP of 420W, with RX 7900XT and 7800XT as SKUs of 330 and 300W. The mid-range RX 7700XT has a similar power requirement to RTX 4060, which is 200W.

AMD Radeon RX 7000 Series in PSU Calculator, Source: Enermax/@momomo_us

AMD will launch its Radeon RX 7000 series on November 3, while NVIDIA will launch its RTX 4090 series next week and RTX 4080 series next month. Dates for the 4070 and 4060 series have not yet been confirmed.

Source: Enermax via @momomo_us

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