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Only when PC is idle and the temps are lowered, noise comes in play.So my question is:1. Latest: Sea Ray, Feb 22, 2017 at 12:08 PM Politics and News Official AMD Ryzen Benchmarks, Reviews, Prices, and Discussion Latest: unseenmorbidity, Feb 22, 2017 at 12:08 PM CPUs and Overclocking The warmer the components get, the more they decrease in lifetime. For details and our forum data attribution, retention and privacy policy, see here Myth 1: Only Single Rail Power Supplies Can Power Up High-end Graphics Cards! http://olivettipc.com/power-supply/power-supply-making-noise-buzz.html

Mar 10, 2011 #5 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Similar Topics Clicking noise & a sound revving up and stopping Jul 20, 2012 I appreciate the advice though! I've also kept an eye on the lights near the top of the tower, to see if they blink or flicker when I hear the noise (which to me, would indicate Hi, my powersupply isn't working.

Power Supply Making Grinding Noise

It mostly sounded like it had trouble to turn the fan and then after about a min of this it then worked fine running back to 100% then 5 min after General Hardware Sep 21, 2014 mechBgon Super Moderator
Elite Member Joined: Oct 31, 1999 Messages: 30,699 Likes Received: 0 You're not supposed to run more than three fans off of the Fan so I wounder if my fans are in sleep mode. Or is the noise obviously coming from it?

  • So i took it to a PC repair service and they pointed out that a fan is causing all the trubble...
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  • At this point, I sent the computer to HP for repair (it was still under warranty).
  • It obviously isn't the source of the shutdowns...Don Reply With Quote 10-22-2010,02:27 PM #10 liamr685 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Blog Entries Visit Homepage View Articles Member Join

Giveaway Rules The Master Race is generous. I do not know if what I said about the power supply can even happen, someone else on here will be able to give you better advice. Well wish me luck with this one. Power Supply Making Loud Noise I may have tried unsucessfully though.Click to expand...

I don't know if it's the bios or just the circuit got fried for only the fans like a short. fan rpm reading shows huge spikes and makes loud grinding noise Psu making a weird / grinding noise on startup solved PSU Fan Randomly Grinding More resources See also Top Exhaust I want to find out if the bio's controls the fans of the psu meaning the smart fan option. Sleeve bearings have much higher friction between the two surfaces, making them more inefficient and also shortening lifetime.

then, get ready to pay attn to each once computer is turned on. My Power Supply Is Making Noise PCMR History | Meet the Team | Daily Simple Questions Thread created by pedro19twitter.com/PedroPCMRa community for 5 yearsmessage the moderatorsMODERATORSpedro19twitter.com/PedroPCMRTizakiimgur.com/[email protected] | GTX 970 | 840 Pro 512GB | 8GB RAM | W10alien_from_Europahttp://i.imgur.com/OehnIyc.jpgTheAppleFreakI blame Overwatchcrest123Test No, the PSU won't depend on the BIOS. now they know its not heat related, ill let them diagnose it, i just hope it isnt an expensive fix...nor does it take to long, i have alot of work to

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When you say your PSU doesn't work, is it just the fan or is it not powering the system? Thread Tools Show Printable Version Search Thread Advanced Search Display Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Switch to Threaded Mode 10-22-2010,10:03 AM #1 liamr685 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Power Supply Making Grinding Noise It's not about the hardware in your rig, but the software in your heart! Psu Making Buzzing Noise So does the computer work?

You don't necessarily need a PC to be a member of the PCMR. http://olivettipc.com/power-supply/atx-power-supply-pinout.html Rule #7 Age, nationality, race, gender, sexuality, religion, political affiliation and economic status are all irrelevant here. or Sirfa, quite frankly I lost track of their split up and when that was, no idea which one made this but it's one of the two. I just would like any tips on finding out what could cause the fans to stop working. Replacement Psu Fan

But my fear is that it could be symptomatic of a larger issue, and I really don't want the computer crashing again. Its a very loud noise. The time now is 06:10 PM. check over here It doesn't sound like a HDD sound.

They're both Intel machines, and not over-clocked, so they don't get particularly hot. Power Supply Electrical Noise ANY IDEAS? Stay logged in Search titles only Posted by Member: Separate names with a comma.

It seems the circuit someone got shorted or something.

Also if it is vibration you can get a PSU mounting kit with rubber spacers like I have on my R3. Latest: BudAshes, Feb 22, 2017 at 12:09 PM Off Topic Unconfirmed Rumor - Trump's Dept. Ask ! Power Supply Making High Pitch Noise Dirtbox 22 Dec 2014 16:42:57 88,067 posts Seen 7 minutes ago Registered 15 years ago Another satisfied customer.

Builds Social Media PCMR History Meet the Team No Memes Peasantry Free click here for GoG flair and more GOTY 2016 Official Subreddit of the PC Master Race We're the largest Yes the computer works and the PSU works. Show Ignored Content As Seen On Welcome to Tech Support Guy! http://olivettipc.com/power-supply/power-supply-too-big-for-case.html Last I tested it though, all I had plugged in were 2 harddrives (1 system, the other storage).

Any Ideas what I can try? Computers have doo-hickeys called 'capacitors' which technically can HOLD ELECTRICITY even after the comp is turned off, so you need to go research that issue elsewhere to know what you are At this point though, the PSU isn't even in the PC. Well, actually, it depends.

You should have gotten a higher quality PSU when you had the chance to buy a new one. Fans are cheap to replace, if you have a place to buy them locally, or can identify what type well enough to order over the interweb. I'm sure it's not the safest thing to do but it helped me narrow down an irritating vibration/noise to a rickety stock AMD CPU fan. Until you register you can read any of the articles on this page and also read messages in the forums.