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80 or RGN1064 Scenario

Hi, I just wanted to check my design. I have a 375-0-375 transformer that will be rectified with either a 80 or RGN1064 that is choke input (15H), the circuit current draw will be at design 90mA (SE stereo low power amp), and peaking up to around 125mA at full load. I assume that either tube should be able to survive that?

I checked the datasheets I can find and it seemed to be okay, but on the border. Can anyone confirm or provide additional advice?