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PSU running at full rpm constantly

I have a Couugar GX 1050W Gold, and it makes the only fan noise in my pc, even when doing nothing, can I do soething to lower the rpm or i need to replace the entire PSU. Is a solution to change the PSU fan or the temp sensor is dead?

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15 minutes ago, Hwbe said:

I have a Couugar GX 1050W Gold, and it makes the only fan noise in my pc, even when doing nothing, can I do soething to lower the rpm or i need to replace the entire PSU. Is a solution to change the PSU fan or the temp sensor is dead?

 

Replace the PSU would be the best option.

 

That's a pretty old PSU...

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35 minutes ago, Ankerson said:

 

Replace the PSU would be the best option.

 

That's a pretty old PSU...

yeah. the ax1000i or the rm1000i should do the job, what is the system

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Note that I am a student so what I say is based on what I read, and may not be the case for everyone.

I am not the best technician, so don't make fun

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my first guess is if it's a pwm fan possibly the pwm pin isnt make propper contact.

 

past that... it's nothing you can be sensibly expected to fix at home..

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5 hours ago, Ankh Tech said:

yeah. the ax1000i or the rm1000i should do the job, what is the system

I have a ryzen 7 2700x and a gtx 1080 and planing to change the gpu for a rtx 3080

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32 minutes ago, Hwbe said:

I have a ryzen 7 2700x and a gtx 1080 and planing to change the gpu for a rtx 3080

well then all you need is an rm750x or rm750i, maybe 850w for safety, so 1000w is unnecessary

"I know a lot about a little, but a little about a lot"

Note that I am a student so what I say is based on what I read, and may not be the case for everyone.

I am not the best technician, so don't make fun

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