I am planning for my next computer build and would welcome your comment especially on the Power Unit and if it will cope - my last set up indicated a total of 700w, I bought a 850w Fractal design that worked for about 2 months then gave problems that was only resolved when I changed to a 1000w.
I have tried several sites that suggest power units, but they do not appear to have kept up with modern components and nearly always return a power well under what is needed and obvious to anyone who has built / thought of building a computer.
My planned set up:
Case: Thermaltake CTE C700 Air
Fans: Six Thermaltake CT140 fans - 3 ARDB and 3 Non-ARGB
CPU Radiator: Thermaltake 420 TH420 V2 Ultra ARGB CPU sealed water-cooled radiator.
Motherboard: Asus Intel Z790 Pro Art Creator
CPU: Intel i9 14900K
GPU: PNY Nvidia a4000 running two 27inch monitors and on 9inch (part of my current set up and will be transferred.
Memory: Kingston Fury Beast DDR5 PC5 44800 5600MHz 32mb * 4 modules
NVM PCI Samsung Pro 1TB M2
Two 4TB HD 72000 rpm
One 2TB HD 72000 rpm
One Aquacomputer OCTO - fan control, Case temperature monitoring - 4 probes
One Aquacomputer HUBBY - USB 2 expansion unit.
The Power Unit I have identified to power the above is the Thermaltake Toughpower GF3 Snow 1200-Watt PCIe Gen5 ATX 3.0 80+ Gold.
Many thanks for any advice and help you can give.