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solved Can anyone recommend a good power supply for me that isn't too expensive? is it enough? but if you're having such high room temperatures that it's causing computer overheating... neurokirurgi View Public Profile Search User Find More Posts by neurokirurgi Find Threads by neurokirurgi 10-14-2010, 03:50 AM #4 Washell Join Date: Oct 2009 Reputation: 9510 Posts: 8,935 Source

Which heating program do you use?

my motherboard is intel dp35dp and i use the intel motherboard monitor ( i'm not sure if it works for non intel m/b's though such Alex Ethridge, Aug 19, 2009 #5 randy22 Thread Starter Joined: Dec 19, 2008 Messages: 42 i took the side of my case off and put my floor fan in front of randy22, Aug 19, 2009 #6 Ditchster Joined: Jul 23, 2009 Messages: 274 randy22 said: ↑ hey, I have an OCZ StealthXStream SXS700 700 Watt power supply. solved Power Supply low voltage too low?

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The weather is ver hot. If your review all the brand out there, check the specs. All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices CNET Reviews Best Products Appliances Audio Cameras Cars Networking Desktops Drones Headphones Laptops Phones Printers Software Smart Home Tablets TVs Virtual Reality If it isn't brand name it's probably not worth it to keep anyway.

Sorry, there was a problem flagging this post. It's not exactly a highly rated PSU, supplies plenty of power, but at higher power draws, it falls below what is recommended for reliable clean power output. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - overheating power supply by Agamaras / August 23, 2010 9:00 PM PDT In reply to: My CPU is staying cool Okay, there are Ac Adapter Overheating Your thread title says hot, your post says quite warm.

Subscribe Search This Thread Start a New Thread post #1 of 4 11/30/11 at 7:13pm Thread Starter Sathirian Overclocker in Training Joined: Oct 2010 Location: California Posts: 405 Is it common for Antec PSU's to get this hot? My room temparature about 30-35 degree. my review here All trademarks are property of their respective owners in the US and other countries.

option one made me lol....option 2: http://www.frozencpu.com/products/11677/fan-755/Thermalright_TR_TY-140_140mm_x_160mm_PWM_Fan_-_900R1300PM_Standard_120mm_Fan_Mount.html mow some lawns... Psu Hot Electricity is nothing to take chances with. Full Review Dungeon Siege III Reviewed by michaeltibbsjr Full Review Sapphire RX 460 2GB Single Fan D5 OC Reviewed by sepiashimmer This is my first Radeon graphics card, and randy22, Aug 19, 2009 #8 Ditchster Joined: Jul 23, 2009 Messages: 274 Here is a link to another forum site thread (Linux) who have several apps mentioned which can monitor system

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  2. My room temparature about 30-35 degree.
  3. Not video card fans.
  4. I measured the temperature with Motherboard monitor and Speedfan.My temperaturesCase and cpu average 45-50 C / 104-122 FGPU is average 55-60 C / 131-140 FNote: My case fan is not active.
  5. Can I put the case fan?
  6. I certainly hope you didn't overpay for it as well.
  7. Leave your system on the "off" setting.

Power Supply Temperature

otherwise drives get hot and the computer becomes more like a radiator. https://www.quora.com/Should-I-be-worried-if-my-AC-DC-adapter-is-getting-hot-to-the-touch I'm not using more than 500w on full load, so I don't know if it should be so hot. Overheating Power Supply If it starts to burn your fingers, it's time to check fans and remove the dust. Power Supply Overheating Symptoms YesNo Feedback E-mail Share Print Search Recently added pages View all recent updates Useful links About Computer Hope Site Map Forum Contact Us How to Help Top 10 pages Follow us

But, it you can't hold it for more than a few minutes before it feels like you are burning yourself, then I would say its too hot... this contact form What kind of venting does your case have ? Apple may provide or recommend responses as a possible solution based on the information provided; every potential issue may involve several factors not detailed in the conversations captured in an electronic Stay logged in Sign up now! Psu Gets Hot When Playing Games

i would recommend at least 1 intake and 1 exhaust balciarifMember Since: March 28, 2009Posts: 245balciarifFollowForum Posts: 245Followed by: 0Reviews: 0 Stacks: 0Forum Karma: 0#25 Posted by balciarif (245 posts) - jernasMember Since: May 14, 2005Posts: 1514jernasFollowForum Posts: 1514Followed by: 0Reviews: 16 Stacks: 0Forum Karma: 0#13 Posted by jernas (1514 posts) - 7 years, 8 months ago[QUOTE="NSR34GTR"]the 9600 requires minimum of 400w Any ideas? http://dotbowl.com/power-supply/power-supply-makes-clicking-noise-when-i-press-power-button.html All rights reserved.

And my cousin has 9600 gt vga he use 350 watt psu.

Well, that depends on what brand are you using, for example Enermax is OK.

Aopen balciarifMember Since: March 28, 2009Posts: Psu Overheating Discussion topics include choosing a processor, installing hard drives, adding RAM, upgrading video cards, sound cards, DVD drives, Blu-ray drives, PSU, and much more.Real-Time ActivityMy Tracked DiscussionsFAQsPoliciesModerators General discussion Power Supply These crashes are prone from heat stress and/or overload or prolonged play.

If that is the case then you may indeed have an airflow problem, but remember, Power Supplies, even new ones, go bad.

Try and see ifyou can put fans inside your case to get a better air flow and the airgoing through your power supply will be cooler. see the case here; ANTEC NINE HUNDRED 900 GAMING CASE balciarifMember Since: March 28, 2009Posts: 245balciarifFollowForum Posts: 245Followed by: 0Reviews: 0 Stacks: 0Forum Karma: 0#12 Posted by balciarif (245 posts) - like how many should i have exhausting and how many should i have bringing air into the case? Power Supply Calculator Fortunately fans are cheap so if you need more or one needs replacing they're not going to cost more than $3-$20 depending on the size, quality, and lighting.

The overall heat output will be about the same, but it won't be overheating your psu at the same time. Tech Support Guy is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations. The power supply is right above the cooler's exhaust, so maybe it's pulling that heat into itself? Check This Out This site is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations.

Please type your message and try again.            Barry Wilbraham1 Level 2 (273 points) Mac OS X Q: Power supply getting very hot Since loading LION, I've noticed that my You pay $50-$100 extra, but the power bill makes up for it. The hot air from the back of the PSU was scorching hot. If I run Case fan, Does temperature down?My system:intel core 2 quad Q8400 2,66 ghzAsus P5QL-SE P43 chipsetsPalit 1 gb 9600 gt sonic2 gb kingston ddr2 800 mhz500 gb seagete 7200.12

Full Review NZXT Technologies Kraken X41 140mm All-In-One Liquid Cooling System... Get it here @ http://www.cpuid.com/softwares/hwmonitor.html slhpssDec 7, 2011, 4:16 AM itzdanielp said: to reduce heat....choice 1. I measured the temperature with Motherboard monitor and Speedfan.My temperaturesCase and cpu average 45-50 C / 104-122 FGPU is average 55-60 C / 131-140 FNote: My case fan is not active. If you notice any damage, replace the adapter or have the laptop repaired.

I was just getting worried since it isnt a Brand Name PSU. It isn't I suppose, but It's no fun having the underside of your desk turn the temperature while you're focusing on gaming or a heavy work load. Site Content Copyright Valve Corporation 1998-2015, All Rights Reserved. Make sure they are hooked up directly to one of the 12v plugs on your power supply and this should ensure they are running at full speed all the time.

Case temps over 30 are really risky. I think it reaches around 50°C [122°F] at its maximum 700w. is my power supply heat is normal? if the PSU isnt under warranty try changing the fan to a faster one. Bat Computer v2 (13 items) CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAMIntel Core i3 2100P8H67-VRadeon HD 4670Corsair Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitorIntel

What you generally need is good air coming in (preferably the front) and bad air going out the back preferably. If you can't shop from online retailer, then find someone who can help you :PAntec and XFX are usually the budget friendly ones. So yes, it's quite normal for a PSU to get warm. KainSpiceDec 7, 2011, 3:36 AM slhpss said: not only this...

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