- Try to return this PC. it may void your warranty though.

However, some Fanless PSUs do exist, but they are very rare and are also quite expensive compared to a PSU with a fan. IMHO, Gigabyte could have used a PSU with a temp controlled fan and they could have used 80 mm / 92mm fans either on the front panel or on the sides. At these times, fans should kick into gear according to your PC settings, … Lots of love and frustration, ... Aurora R8 CRAZY FAN NOISE! Stopping the CPU from hitting 100% has stopped the PSU fan from revving like a jet engine. The PSU fan is an ADDA (they make quality fans) but still unnecessarily loud. Randomly turns up the FAN RPMs even when not gaming. Hi, recently my psu has been making a lot of noise (I'm 80% sure it's my psu and my psu is a Enermax Revo DUO series 700 watts). PSU: Corsair CX600M PSU GPU: RX 580 Gaming X 8G | drivers 17.4.4 Windows 10 64bit Creators Update Thanks. There are times when you need to bite the bullet and accept that your PC will sound like a light aircraft, such as when you’re doing temperature-raising activities like gaming and video editing. The fans are 40mmx10mm PowerLogic and are LOUD. Why they chose to build the box in this manner is beyond me. This is something we’re being forced to accept with non-modular PSUs. I don't know much about pc building so i'm not confident enough to open up my pc and mess with the psu. My system is much quieter now during gaming." Extremely Loud PSU fan. I personally don't see (hear) 2000rpm as loud. When I oil a psu fan, before pulling the psu apart I first always unplug the computer and then hit the computer power on button. « Reply #1 on: 10-May-17, 05:21:41 » Hi Set your custom fan curve in MSI Afterburner ( >>How to use MSI Afterburner<< ) What I personally do, is 20% fan speed for … Re: Power supply fan obscenely loud 2017/11/02 10:38:38 If your new one does the same thing after you RMA it, then you can open it up and buy like a cheap 10 Ohm resistor, wrap it with electric tape so it doesn't short anything out and run it inline with the the positive power wire from the plug on the PSU circuit board to the PSU fan. When the system is shutdown (but not powered off), the PSU fan spins for about 10 minutes. Took some glue, and glued the fan to it's original spot, closed the PSU, turned it on, everything was dead silent! CyberPowerPC: Noisy PSU Fan - posted in Internal Hardware: Hello. REALLY loud fans, revving sound - MSI GeForce RTX 2080 GAMING X TRIO « on: 29-July-19, 15:17:49 » I've got an MSI GeForce RTX 2080 GAMING X TRIO and am having a problem where the fans are extremely loud when they engage, also that it follows an odd pattern (I can hear it revving up and down, which is even more annoying than it just continually running). Not sure if this will work for you, but it's worth a try. Global Moderator; Offline; Posts: 18332; Re: My RX 580 Gaming 8G card gets loud. (Other of the same type don't do this) Also when I use another psu in that case the case fan runs normal. Gaming is pretty tasking on the computer, and thus on the PSU. So when spinning faster, they make more noise. Generally, these passive power supplies are not preferred … Many years ago at the computer shop we'd replace PSU fans sometimes. Highlighted. Some brand that I tend to use are Corsair Antec Thermaltake What you need is something that is something that is +80 bronze minimum efficiency certified Has Active PFC a … Stopping the CPU from hitting 100% has stopped the PSU fan from revving like a jet engine.

A loud fan in your PC is annoying, especially if, like me, you have a big old tower with a total of nine fans inside it sitting on the desk near your head. Logged Nichrome. The psu fan will spin slightly and the power on light will flicker on draining the residual power in the psu.

Zap Elite Member. I made both changes, but my drivers were already up to date. The air blown-out from the PSU fan is cool (while it's running at high speeds) and the surface of the PSU is also cool/ lukewarm to touch. Turned on the psu outside the case with a clip and it goes full power too. I bought a CyberPowerPC Gamer Xtreme 1077 back in 2011, and it has recently started to … The problem follows the psu. There's a good chance you could just replace the fan with a more quiet 140mm fan. This PSU sports a compact form-factor measuring 140mm x 150mm, with multicolored wires adorning the machine. AJRIver1. Additionally, here is information from the Dell knowledge base you may find helpful: Troubleshooting fan noise. -Alienware Aurora R8 -850W EPA Bronze PSU Air Cooled Chassis ... - Buy different fans, because apparently Alienware puts in loud fans, and other manufacturers have better ones. Not sure if this will work for you, but it's worth a try. When temps would ever hit 80C+, I make fans run 80C, and obviously 90C+ for 100% fan speed.



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