I have an RTX 4090 Founder's Edition and I'm considering replacing the 4 8-pin connector adapter that came with my 4090 with the Seasonic 12VHPWR 16-Pin 600W cable so I have a more direct connection to the power supply and less clutter inside my PC. I'm currently using 3 PCI-E 8-pin power cables connect to the adapter my 4090 came and that means my power supply is providing up to 450W to the 4090. I'm don't have a 4th PCI-E 8-pin connector on my power supply, so I couldn't used a 4th PCI-E 8-pin cable even if I wanted to with my current power supply, but only 3 8-pin PCI-E cables or a single 450W 5th GEN PCI-E power cable are required for this card according to what's listed on the box. Buying this cable would be much cheaper than buying a 1000W Gen 5 power supply that includes a 12VHPWR 16-pin 600W cable. If I do get this 600W 12VHPWR cable will my 4090 consume more power than it is now and my 850W then might not be enough? I have the Seasonic GX Focus 850W power supply which is compatible with this cable.