Practical test …
The Asus Rog Thor 1200W Power Supply has been tested on the following system:
|Motherboard||ASRock X470 Gaming K4 Fatal1ty|
|CPU||AMD Ryzen 1800X|
|Graphics card 1||Nvidia GeForce 1080Ti|
|Case||Corsair Graphite 760T|
|Radiators||1x 360, 1x 280, 1x 120|
|Coolers||4xNoctua NF-F12 PMW
2xNoctua NF-A14 FLX
|Lightning||2x Phanteks RGB-LED-Strip 40cm|
The processor, graphics card and RAM have been overclocked to their stability limits to guarantee the highest possible power consumption of the system.
After that, the system has to go through another run with 3DMark to show the values for another type of load. Even if the load for the system here is a bit higher and the power supply shows us a power consumption of 465W, the values in HWinfo64 hardly change and the supply of the system remains completely stable.
The values show only small deviations, which are completely within the tolerances. So one can definitely speak of a stable power supply for the system, which remains completely reliable even under load.
As can be seen from the power consumption, however, the power supply is rather bored by the test system than really challenged. Because with almost 500W we still have so much air upwards that we could theoretically supply a second PC with this power supply. For a second or third Nvidia GeForce 1080Ti graphics card there would also be enough reserves available.
Asus Rog Thor 1200W Result and overall impression …