Windows 10: Ageing Power supply

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  1. worf105's Avatar
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       29 Jun 2017 #151

    Dude said: View Post
    I heard that sound once, and then there was smoke
    Would hate to see magic smoke
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  2. worf105's Avatar
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       29 Jun 2017 #152

    That is the replacement EVGA G3 1000W PSU here now. Testing now and not the slightest of sounds from within. Even with the fan on (Eco mode Off) still extremely inaudible. Looks as if I will be doing this at the weekend.
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  3.    29 Jun 2017 #153

    worf105 said: View Post
    That is the replacement EVGA G3 1000W PSU here now. Testing now and not the slightest of sounds from within. Even with the fan on (Eco mode Off) still extremely inaudible. Looks as if I will be doing this at the weekend.
    Great News Andrew!!!! Enjoy your new toy :)
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       29 Jun 2017 #154

    OldMike65 said: View Post
    Great News Andrew!!!! Enjoy your new toy :)
    Thanks Mike, Is it the weekend yet?
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  5.    29 Jun 2017 #155

    worf105 said: View Post
    Thanks Mike, Is it the weekend yet?
    I am retired Andrew, everyday is my weekend.
    In the process of doing a clean install of my Windows 10 Pro .....what a pain in the butt. I have tons of registered apps to reinstall.
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       29 Jun 2017 #156

    OldMike65 said: View Post
    I am retired Andrew, everyday is my weekend.
    In the process of doing a clean install of my Windows 10 Pro .....what a pain in the butt. I have tons of registered apps to reinstall.
    That's the fun part lol
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       29 Jun 2017 #157

    worf105 said: View Post
    That is the replacement EVGA G3 1000W PSU here now. Testing now and not the slightest of sounds from within. Even with the fan on (Eco mode Off) still extremely inaudible. Looks as if I will be doing this at the weekend.
    So now you can feed Nessie(and the other monster... you know? The i7) some fresh electrons:)
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       01 Jul 2017 #158

    That's the PSU transplant done in under One hour. including cable management. A few criticisms of the EVGA G3 1000w are the cables (Motherboard 24 pin and 8 pin CPU are short, just reach my sockets with nothing to spare. the other criticism is that the UK power core supplied is of very cheap quality but not a problem as I used the one already routed to the chassis. all in all this 9/10 to EVGA on this unit.
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       01 Jul 2017 #159

    worf105 said: View Post
    That's the PSU transplant done in under One hour. including cable management. A few criticisms of the EVGA G3 1000w are the cables (Motherboard 24 pin and 8 pin CPU are short, just reach my sockets with nothing to spare. the other criticism is that the UK power core supplied is of very cheap quality but not a problem as I used the one already routed to the chassis. all in all this 9/10 to EVGA on this unit.
    Glad you got the PSU sorted Worf
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       01 Jul 2017 #160

    worf105 said: View Post
    That's the PSU transplant done in under One hour. including cable management. A few criticisms of the EVGA G3 1000w are the cables (Motherboard 24 pin and 8 pin CPU are short, just reach my sockets with nothing to spare. the other criticism is that the UK power core supplied is of very cheap quality but not a problem as I used the one already routed to the chassis. all in all this 9/10 to EVGA on this unit.
    You might want to put some thought into other cables.(watch to end, and not just the subject of this vid)
    JayzTwoCents latest video:
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