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Hello,

Thank you for your message. I just sent you a PM about your issue.

Best Regards,
Seasonic Team
Hello,

Thank you very much for your nice review of our Platinum P-760. Glad to see you like our product. all our teams, at Seasonic, we will be more than happy to know it.
About PSU position, we put online a small article to help people if they have question about this. Else, you can contact us anytime.

Thank you for your support.

Best Regards,
Seasonic Team

Thanks, but the article doesn't mention cases where PSU is covered with an internal case shroud. I would point fan downwards to vent out, since shroud would close off top venting.
post #1272 of 1289
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Thanks, but the article doesn't mention cases where PSU is covered with an internal case shroud. I would point fan downwards to vent out, since shroud would close off top venting.

Hello Incidentflux,

In this case, it should be PSU with fan facing DOWN (Iguess your case has some ventilation holes to get fresh air from outside). After, if you have a clearance space of 5cm between the shroud and PSU, you can also try to put the fan facing UP.

Thank you.

Best Regards,
Seasonic Team
Edited by Sea Sonic Rep - 11/9/16 at 6:49pm
post #1273 of 1289
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Originally Posted by incidentflux View Post

Thanks, but the article doesn't mention cases where PSU is covered with an internal case shroud. I would point fan downwards to vent out, since shroud would close off top venting.

@incidentflux, I think the reply was meant for you. Looks like the quote got cross wired somehow.
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Originally Posted by Sea Sonic Rep View Post

Hello Dan-H,

In this case, it should be PSU with fan facing DOWN (Iguess your case has some ventilation holes to get fresh air from outside). After, if you have a clearance space of 5cm between the shroud and PSU, you can also try to put the fan facing UP.

Thank you.

Best Regards,
Seasonic Team
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@incidentflux, I think the reply was meant for you. Looks like the quote got cross wired somehow.

Hello Dan-H,


Yep, it's indeed a nice mess... Let's correct this and then, time to enjoy a good night I guess. biggrin.gif

Best Regards,
Seasonic Team
post #1275 of 1289
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Originally Posted by Sea Sonic Rep View Post

Hello Incidentflux,

In this case, it should be PSU with fan facing DOWN (Iguess your case has some ventilation holes to get fresh air from outside). After, if you have a clearance space of 5cm between the shroud and PSU, you can also try to put the fan facing UP.

Thank you.

Best Regards,
Seasonic Team

Yes its the Corsair 400Q case, bottom vent with filter, case is in a table, so cool air from bottom and sides, is minimal to none. Only front intake available.

5cm is a good tip, thanks.
Edited by incidentflux - 11/10/16 at 5:31am
post #1276 of 1289
Hi,

10 days ago I upgraded to Zotac GTX 1080 Ti FE and today upgraded to GSKill TridentX 2400 MHz CL10 8GB x 2 sticks RAM (earlier was same model but CL9 4GB x 2 sticks), now whenever I start Ghost Recon Wildlands game, PC shutsdown and below message is displayed



My PC runs normally and I can play other games as Sniper Elite 4, The Division and Rainbow Six Siege without any issue.

Is my PSU faulty?
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Hi,

10 days ago I upgraded to Zotac GTX 1080 Ti FE and today upgraded to GSKill TridentX 2400 MHz CL10 8GB x 2 sticks RAM (earlier was same model but CL9 4GB x 2 sticks), now whenever I start Ghost Recon Wildlands game, PC shutsdown and below message is displayed



My PC runs normally and I can play other games as Sniper Elite 4, The Division and Rainbow Six Siege without any issue.

Is my PSU faulty?

turn that Asus anti-surge off in bios, I had the same issue when googling it I found many links saying to turn it off as it wasn't accurate. I did it personally at least a year ago and have had no problems at all.
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turn that Asus anti-surge off in bios, I had the same issue when googling it I found many links saying to turn it off as it wasn't accurate. I did it personally at least a year ago and have had no problems at all.

I did disable, but no use, PC still shutsdown when trying to play Ghost Recon Wildlands

But no problem at all for any work load or other game(s)
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I did disable, but no use, PC still shutsdown when trying to play Ghost Recon Wildlands

But no problem at all for any work load or other game(s)

your PSU is the 860W model? I guess with (2) 1080ti's (what 300W each max?) you may be reaching the max on the power supply.

I personally have a 1000W platinum and had (2) 780's OC'd to the moon and it worked fine
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^^ thanks for quick replies, yes it is 860W (SS-860XP2) model and I have one 1080 Ti, please excuse poor english

I did google and few have exact same problem i.e. they're also using Asus Mobos and get the Anti-Surge message only for Ghost Recon Wildlands game but their PCs run smoothly for other games and programs.
Code:
http://forums.ubi.com/showthread.php/1604704-Ghost-Recon-WildLands-causing-Asus-Motherboard-to-go-into-Asus-Surge-Protection-Forums
Code:
http://forums.ubi.com/showthread.php/1605799-1080TI-SLI-just-clicking-benchmark-reboots-computer
Code:
https://forums.geforce.com/default/topic/998813/1080ti-sli-ghost-recon-wildlands-reboots-computer/?offset=7



I too can play other games and PC runs smoothly except for WIldlands, looks like I may have to RMA the PSU
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