Power Supply Making Grinding Noise
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Power Supply Making Grinding Noise
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The shaft fits very snug inside a "tube" or sleeve. i also used vc on both sides of the power supply, because it was loaded with dust somehow. After this, I took my new PSU downstairs and plugged it into another wall outlet and it made the same buzzing noise (although not as loud, see below). Psu Making Buzzing Noise When Gaming To contact the administrator click here Forum Jump User Control Panel Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Corsair Enthusiasts Section Forum Rules and General Discussion
Reply With Quote 03-10-2005,03:54 PM #2 UnixDork View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries Visit Homepage View Articles Registered User Join Date Dec 2001 Location Missouri Posts 453 It could Word Association 11 PSEvents message won't go away Change How App Starts Need help with MS account issue Cannot find Excel External Link Long lasting 9 volts battery for... Please be very-very careful, if you apply this method, because the dust can block the heatsinks in the PSU, which can result in the overheating of the FET's, which can result view publisher site Reason being, any suggestions given here may void said warranty.
well, on my pc this strange phenomenon: the pitch/sound of the humming varies, sometimes it starts to sound higher and then all of a sudden it 'drops' to a lower sound/speed Power Supply Fan Not Spinning by Jiesu / January 11, 2009 5:29 PM PST Sometimes my 4 month computer's power supply fan makes a whirring, humming sound after I turn it on. im not sure if its the fan cuz im not sure how a fan could get THAT loud. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - what type of PC by Mister_Do / January 23, 2009 7:11 AM PST In reply to: Weird whirring/humming sound from power supply fan.
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You can also put a very small amount of 3-1 oil on the axle ot the blade too, if you can get to it. https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/weird-whirring-humming-sound-from-power-supply-fan-324772/ Now if it does sound like the fan, blow it out with an air compressor, not one of those canned air things, those things put out like 20lbs/psi, where as a Power Supply Making Grinding Noise A lot of modern 80+ PSUs create a lot of electrical noise that then gets dumped down the grounds due to highspeed switching PSU designs used in 80+ units. Power Supply Electrical Noise Tell the guy you'll give him 5 bucks if you can use his air gun for a couple minutes.
They can give you quite an electric punch (learned from experience...) Aibek March 5, 2010 at 6:34 am Totally agree with Taty. http://quodsoftware.com/power-supply/what-happens-if-power-supply-is-too-weak.html I did it successfully today & noise stopped. Even when the computer is turned off and I switch the PSU off, the buzzing is still present (it's just not as loud). Knives STR's Backyard KnifeWorks SnodyLand Scott Solar - Cerakote - Wicked Edge Promethean Knives by Salem Straub Siegle Knives Stoner CNC Turley Knives T.M. Power Supply Making High Pitch Noise
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But most PSU's are not as solid as my one. Reply With Quote 03-10-2005,04:31 PM #10 yam View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Registered User Join Date Sep 2003 Location WA. Local time:12:18 PM Posted 06 August 2011 - 11:29 PM Purchase a power socket tester. http://quodsoftware.com/power-supply/power-supply-calculators.html solved New Graphics card, Rear fan is stiff and makes a very loud buzzing noise when moving solved Fan noise (Buzzing Sound on low RPM) solved Slight PSU Buzzing noise.
Subscribe to Our Newsletter Email: Advertisement © 2017 MakeUseOf. Lets hope the replacement performs as I had originally hoped such a highly regarded supply would. It's 80 PLUS Bronze? Reply With Quote 03-10-2005,04:24 PM #9 yam View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Registered User Join Date Sep 2003 Location WA.
This process is *not done* with the fan still inside the system. I'd bet money it's simply an inductor not wound tight enough vibrating.I would agree with you, but the fact that it happens through out the house signifies a power issue within Using the site is easy and fun. Surls Knives (formerly WAS Knives) Waterjet by H2Oknife WDZ Knives Woods Bladeworks Manufacturer's Forums What's New!
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hop some of you guys can help me out with a hardware-issue. This is my only computer so I won't have anything to use if i dont have a psu. 10-05-2010, 11:09 PM #8 dai TSF Team, Emeritus Join Date: Check to make sure none of the stays on the back of the board are shorting to chassis ground etc. Pitch changes because fan's rotation trajectory changes over time (fan is not rotating around the virtual center point anymore, its rotation has become eccentric which is what causes the rattle).
The FAQ * Exchange forums rules Paid Subscriptions & your User Group Email me! State Posts 1,072 Some fans use bearings, others just use a teflon race and both eventually do wear out. A new PSU shoudl cost ~$20-25 and is even easier to replace - just disconnect the wire batch going to the motherboard and the wires to the front switch and replace Ive done some research to find that others have had this issue.
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