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About jonnyGURU

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  1. NEED HELP!! PSU connecting to GPU

    You need a new PSU.
  2. Can I Butcher A Molex?

    You use butter knives as screwdrivers and rocks as hammers too, don't you? Here's a thought: Buy a proper PSU for your build with the correct connectors before you cause more damage. You're telling us that you have a fixed cable PSU w/o a PCIe connector. Sounds like a box of shit to me.
  3. Corsair CX650M concerns

    For goodness sake, it's fine. Gee...
  4. corsair vs650 or evga 750 bq

    What planet do you live on?
  5. Wow. That looks pretty gross in there. Are you a smoker?
  6. The PSU is bad. Either the fan or the fan controller. If you replace the fan and it still doesn't work (because there's a problem with the fan controller), what will you do? You're in Germany and beQuiet is a German company. There should be no "support struggle".
  7. Is this pico psu any good?

    You're assuming OP doesn't know this while the rest of us do. Just in case you're right and the OP doesn't know this is just a DC to DC PSU: http://www.jonnyguru.com/modules.php?name=NDReviews&op=Story&reid=207 Back to my point: You can have a DC to DC with poor regulation and no protection as well as an inability to support as much power as advertised (much like many desktop PSUs).
  8. Is this pico psu any good?

    The Pico PSUs from Mini-Box are the only ones I've seen (so far) that are worth a poop. They're generally so good that they're often counterfeited. Much in the same way Meanwell PSUs are often counterfeited.
  9. The 1000W does not have more voltage. The voltages are the same.
  10. So by your logic: the VS550 delivers power better if your card draws most of its power from the slot but does not deliver adequate power via the PCIe cable/connector?
  11. Bronze is just a level of efficiency, not quality. Ecova is not a quality assurance lab. Any way... The way 12V rails works is that power is limited to a certain set of connectors. If the predetermined amount of power is exceeded, the PSU will shut down: http://www.jonnyguru.com/forums/showthread.php?t=3990 If we don't know how the power limits are distributed across the PSU's two +12V rails, we can't tell you if your PSU will work or not. But yeah.... your PSU isn't very good and that TT is not much better.
  12. PSU fan on the bottom or top?

    Which is pretty much what I just said, isn't it?
  13. PSU for my build

    There was never a fully modular TX-M. TX-M has ALWAYS been semi-modular. The yellow label is old and came in non-modular and semi-modular. The new gray label is only semi-modular.
  14. PSU fan on the bottom or top?

    Those must be the exception, not the rule. Most, when the PSU is right up against the bottom, at least have a fan grill for the PSU.
  15. Stuff's Melting Help

    NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Did you never learn Ohm's law in school? Molex melted because resistance of the adapter created heat. Different Molex causes crashing because resistance causes drop in voltage. DO NOT DO NOT DO NOT DO NOT use adapters!!!!!!!!!! The CX450M has a PCIe cable. Why in the wide world of sports would you even THINK about using an adapter??????????