- Line voltage: 100–240V AC
- Frequency: 50Hz to 60Hz, single phase
- Operating temperature: 50° to 95° F (10° to 35° C)
- Operating Relative Humidity: 8% to 90% (non-condensing)
If you have a standard 20 A / 120V US outlet, you need one (1) 20 A /120V outlet with a dedicated circuit.
Power consumption example for 4 x NVIDIA RTX 2080 Ti:
4 x NVIDIA 2080 Ti + Dual Xeon Gold 5220 CPUs: 1400W-1500W (100% load for all the GPUs and CPUs).
If you have a standard 20 A / 120V US outlet, you can connect one power supply to one dedicated power circuit (each outlet should have its dedicated circuit). In total, you need two (2) 20 A /120V outlets with a dedicated circuit each.
Actual power consumption is not the same as maximum power supply power. Power supply power means how much watts you can get from the power supply and your actual power consumption should not be higher than max power supply power. Actual power consumption depends on your configuration (graphics card and CPU).
Power consumption example: Z8000 with 7 x NVIDIA RTX 2080 Ti + Dual Xeon Gold 5220 CPUs = 2500W-2600W (100% load for all the GPUs and CPUs).
Information for reference only. Consult your electrician for more details.