Reply Reply post #9 of 18 2/19/11 at 1:56pm Kratthew D. ATI Radeon HD 4650 75 watts at full load which it never even comes close to. 2 gigs of ddr400. And yes I know its my psu because I can see all the other fans and they're all constant. If it doesn't, DL yet another program...RivaTuner. Source
Once connected to the motherboard they ran as loud as they ever have.Airflow in the case is not the problem. qldit, Nov 27, 2005 #2 This thread has been Locked and is not open to further replies. I just checked the BIOS and there was an option to enable/disable something called CPU Q-Fan Control. vinnycr2Nov 9, 2010, 9:55 AM hunter315 said: Pull out the PSU and a case fan and see if it still behaves the same when not connected to the motherboard, follow the http://www.overclock.net/t/945160/how-to-adjust-psu-fan-speed
Download SpeedFan, an excellent free monitoring system that can monitor your processor, case, HD, and sometimes video card temperatures. Re-seat the x600. 3. Discussion in 'Cases & Cooling' started by illuzi0nz, Dec 15, 2005. The original only had the rear ehaust.One of the first things I did was take the psu outside of the case and run the computer that way.
Both sides of the case have vent hole patterns. illuzi0nz Junior Member Joined: Nov 21, 2005 Messages: 21 Likes Received: 0 whenever i play CS for .. temps are normal as are fan speeds minus the ps fan running at max.Don't have a clue. Psu Calculator P.
Log in / Username Password Verification Stay logged in Login Forgot Your Password? Either way, you need a new PSU. Junkyard (18 items) NAStradamous (12 items) HTPC01 (16 items) CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAMIntel i5 2320 @ 3.1GHzMSI B75MA-E33HIS HD7970 3GB @ TwoboxerNov 9, 2010, 7:00 AM ^ Geez, is that actually possible? captainron276, Jan 12, 2017, in forum: Hardware Replies: 7 Views: 208 captainron276 Feb 1, 2017 What to get exactly to get power supply to increase Dancingchickens, Jan 5, 2017, in forum:
Either way, sounds like you need a different PSU. I should note that I did several things with my computer recently: 1. Get the answer hunter315Nov 9, 2010, 7:51 AM There are some PSUs that have a fan control cable, i know my motherboard has a spot for one to connect.Is your case Check if it has temperature monitoring over a period of time, if so, open it up and play CS for a while.
I'm thinking of air-bubbles and whatnot, but I'm also thinking it would be almost near impossible to line up the screws all in one go without moving the heatsink around a https://forums.techguy.org/threads/power-supply-is-changing-speeds.420347/ Same result. Speedfan Download What unit is it exactly? Corsair Link Could be a bad fan, I've had some really old fans that when they finally dided they would run for a few seconds, stop, go back to running.
If you have room, tape another 120mm fan to the bottom of the PSU to drive air through the slow fan, hook it up to 12V. this contact form It also monitors/controls your fan speeds. If it is it would cause all the PSUs to crank their fans up to keep from overheating. What's not to love? Hwmonitor
How would the mobo control that? While I'm writing up this post, my 2600k @ 4.4 ghz is pretty much 36-37 across the board, which is a decent 7-8C cooler than the stock cooler. by Jedson3614 › Dungeon Siege III by michaeltibbsjr › Sapphire RX 460 2GB Single Fan D5 OC by sepiashimmer › NZXT Technologies Kraken X41 140mm All-In-One Liquid Cooling System... http://dotbowl.com/power-supply/power-supply-makes-clicking-noise-when-i-press-power-button.html And, regarding the 1200W, yea, it's definitely overkill for my system.
continuum Moderator et Subscriptor Tribus: California Registered: Jul 1, 1999Posts: 79579 Posted: Mon Jul 02, 2012 6:07 pm Hm, I thought SPCR had tested the Phanteks (and SPCR usually swaps to Twitch streamer dies after 22 hours straight gaming GTX 1070 SC sporadic black screen flash. Tech Support Guy is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations.
Any idea as to the make and model of the case? The few thermal controls I've seen in PSUs is a thermistor bonded into one of the heatsinks. ive installed the new ATI catalyst control centre and yeah. Or is it normal?
i found that when temporarily took away the back intake fan and put it to the front, my CPU temp rose a few degrees ..Click to expand... What is the absolute ceiling for a core i7-2600K in terms of temperature?100C, so you're more than fine on that front (if you use Core Temp I believe it tells you Mi cuentaBúsquedaMapsYouTubePlayNoticiasGmailDriveCalendarGoogle+TraductorFotosMásShoppingDocumentosLibrosBloggerContactosHangoutsAún más de GoogleIniciar sesiónCampos ocultosLibrosbooks.google.eshttps://books.google.es/books/about/Electrical_West.html?hl=es&id=MDEyAQAAMAAJ&utm_source=gb-gplus-shareElectrical WestMi colecciónAyudaBúsqueda avanzada de librosConseguir libro impresoNingún eBook disponibleIberLibro.comBuscar en una bibliotecaTodos los vendedores»Comprar libros en Google PlayExplora la mayor tienda de eBooks del Check This Out Cheers, qldit.
the graph constantly rises and drops. Click on that to see temperature charts and even more monitoring. Once you've installed and run it, click on the "Info" tab. Maybe you are confused with some other fan in your computer case.
continuum Moderator et Subscriptor Tribus: California Registered: Jul 1, 1999Posts: 79579 Posted: Mon Jun 18, 2012 5:38 pm Q-Fan is actually pretty powerful... The fan(s) usually spin up do to heat build up as a way to cool the psu down and not bu controlled by how much power is being consumed. Started it up and the power supply fans reved up to max.As far as flashing the bios, Is it possible it is corrupt to some degree? Check for any major abberations from 12 on the chart.
Was there any reason you left out Zalman from your recommendations? Or its a really cheap PSU. Unfortunately you were right, the vf700 won't fit on there. as zagood says, it good to check the rails anyway but you definitely need a dmm to get an accurate measure. #15 rise, Dec 18, 2005 illuzi0nz Junior Member Joined:
ive also placed the nexus fan facing these two fans, creating the apparent 'push-pull' thing on SPCR. This may give an insight as to what is happening, taking the side off the case and seeing if that has any effect may also be worth trying. all of its competitors even if they are at 1200rpm+, so that mostly answers that.http://www.xbitlabs.com/articles/cooler ... ive got 2x80mm fans at the back of the case: one for intake and one for exhaust.
Are you looking for the solution to your computer problem? All the system temps are well below threshold and like I said noise doesn't bother my daughter. Even better, if there's a place to mount another 80mm fan on the front set that to intake (so you have 2 80mm intake on the front) and tape over the Don't see how it is possible but trust me, I tried 3 different power supplies and they all wound up to max on the fan speed immediately.
Maybe it isn't the power supply fan that you are hearing. if its not the PSU, then wat could it be? #1 illuzi0nz, Dec 15, 2005 Loading... It seems they have gone too far in the way of noise abatement. Also, as another poster suggested, the Zalman vf700Cu is an excellent aftermarket cooler.