I'm concerned about power draw and my maximum wattage of my PSU. 860W. I researched some info and concerned about how many watts I already draw up to max load. All in my signature is still valid except for some other info I left out: 5 AeroCool 120mm Shark fans (black), 1 AeroCool 140mm Shark (black) AeroCool Shark 120mm Blue Edition 120mm Case cooler-Newegg.com
, NZXT SEN-MIX2 Sentry Mix 2 Fan Controller (30W per channel, 40-100% control NZXT SEN-MIX2 Sentry Mix 2 Fan Controller - Newegg.com
, and LITE-ON Blu-ray drive and DVD drive (DVD drive has faster ripping).
I might be drawing about 400-500W already max. I plan on eventually buying a FreeSync 1440p IPS monitor down the road, which means that AMD RX 480 will fit that bill nicely and my hopes is to Crossfire it as well. 390W is what is needed to run them in Crossfire. When Zen is released and performed well in benchmarks, then I will switch over to it too (new mobo and DDR4 ram obviously). My biggest question is this: do i need to upgrade my PSU to support Crossfire with what my setup is now or I should still be good? Removing a drive, switching lower powered fans and taking out one completely is no problem if needed.
If I don't get the RX 480 8GB Crossfire, then maybe 1 GTX 1070 would be fine for me. FreeSync vs G-Sync monitors is huge difference in price to each other and AMD route is the cheapest. Too bad Doom OpenGL doesnt support SLI or Crossfire