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: You should have more than one (at least 4+ in a decent case) that are running constantly, taking air in from the front and side and out from the back and Macboatmaster replied Feb 22, 2017 at 6:06 AM old emails etaf replied Feb 22, 2017 at 6:04 AM The USA is About to Elect... Maybe 1" x 2" x 4".Either transformers or the switching power supplies will get warm in use, because neither is 100% efficient in converting energy.How hot is too hot? Source
Make sure all your fans are working and are pointing the right direction and there are enough of them. 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 You won't find it any different going to the even better AX units, they also operate without their fan under 40% load and get 'hot' but it's not a big deal. I was just getting worried since it isnt a Brand Name PSU. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/power-supply-warm-very-warm-to-touch.853570/
Subscribe Search This Thread « Previous12Next » Start a New Thread post #1 of 13 2/21/10 at 5:26pm Thread Starter Frontman PC Gamer Joined: Sep 2008 Location: United Stay logged in Sign up now! permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]Folsomdsffolsomdsf 0 points1 point2 points 12 months ago(2 children)Ahh I skimmed too much, sounds like a broken fan or complete lack of ventilation. 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
Like you said its summer and and temps are highI get similar temps with my Q6600( about 50 idle) and 8800gt ( 55-58idle) and also my room temp is 30-35The only I'm real short on cash right now and I don't want to have to buy a new PSU. I would suspect that it is unlikely that a warm PSU could increase the temperature of the CPU, which feels warmer, the CPU heatsink or the PSU? My Power Supply Is Hot What Do I Do?
Ok. No conditional (I will only giveaway if) giveaways. Similar Threads - Power supply warm Blown power supply in grandpas computer please help!!! More about the author I was just getting worried since it isnt a Brand Name PSU.
All because of one device that has a fan built in to it but not spinning fast enough for reasons of "saving energy". Psu Calculator Parts of the case that touch PSU are significantly warmer than the rest of the case. In PC Wizard it says the Power/Aux temp is ~85Â°C. Compiler, Aug 19, 2009 #3 randy22 Thread Starter Joined: Dec 19, 2008 Messages: 42 well...i guess i also failed to mention we have no AC in this house, and we live
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They're also usually inefficient, so they will get hot. this contact form Also, this is above 50C from temp gun readings on the exhaust grille (Around 60-70). my case can hold 5 fans... Why?: As of right now, not too sure, might be reaching peak output from it with the xtreme 980ti in the system currently, but I was running 2 770 Classifieds in Laptop Power Supply Hot
Such as in the following diagram: johnny27Member Since: May 12, 2006Posts: 4400johnny27FollowForum Posts: 4400Followed by: 0Reviews: 5 Stacks: 0Forum Karma: 0#6 Posted by johnny27 (4400 posts) - 7 years, 8 months Style Default Style Contact Us Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules Copyright © TechGuy, Inc. Is there anyway to check the Temperatures of it and what is the safest temp for a PSU? http://dotbowl.com/power-supply/power-supply-makes-clicking-noise-when-i-press-power-button.html Find all posts by RAM GUY #7 09-20-2010, 03:02 PM noname069 Registered User noname069's PC Specs noname069's PC Specs MotherboardAsus Sabletooth x58 Processori7 930 MemoryG.Skilll 6GB Video Card #
I got an RMA and sent a message regarding cross ship options but have not heard back yet. Ditchster, Aug 19, 2009 #9 Sponsor This thread has been Locked and is not open to further replies. When a laptop power adapter is plugged in to a laptop and the laptop is turned on, you will notice the adapter may be warm to the touch.
Well here it is http://www.newegg.com/product/produc...82E16817159058 but wait what the hell? I saw that you mentioned to another poster that PSU is designed to cool itself, but I don't really see that happening. level 8000001Bh Cache descriptor Level 1, I, 64 KB, 1 thread(s) Cache descriptor Level 1, D, 64 KB, 1 thread(s) Cache descriptor Level 2, U, 512 KB, 1 thread(s) Cache descriptor It would be somewhat of a hassle to be without that computer for a week plus that it takes to get the parts turned around.
Here is the sticker on the side: Reply Reply post #8 of 13 2/21/10 at 5:44pm Thread Starter Frontman PC Gamer Joined: Sep 2008 My room temparature about 30-35 degree. I had a lot of apprehension about Radeon because of myths surrounding it, most of it... Check This Out I am suspecting that the sensor controlling the fan speed is not working properly hence the fan is not spinning up to the correct speed and PSU gets hot.
Giveaways shouldn't last an absurd amount of time, nor should they be absurdly difficult to enter or win. GameSpot Forums PC/Mac/Linux Society Browse Boards Games Discussion Nintendo Fan Club PlayStation Nation Xbox Association PC/Mac/Linux Society Mobile Connection Bug Reporting & Feedback Off-Topic Discussion System Wars Sports Bar Ask the Case temps over 30 are really risky. If it's getting dangerously hot to touch you should discontinue using it immediately and get a new replacement unit.
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Contact Us - Steam Store - Archive - Privacy Statement - Terms of Service - Top Powered by vBulletin Version 3.8.7Copyright ©2000 - 2017, vBulletin Solutions, Inc. 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... Cause it's fine well up to 122F/50C without any issue and that WILL feel hot to the touch but it's not burning.