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post #1 of 12
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My PSU has been recently making a ticking sound, it sounds as though the PSU fan is hitting something...Should i be worried? As it does it occasionally when i 1st turn on the PC after hours of the thing being on without the noise, and sometimes when i'm playing a game it will start doing it.

This is my PSU btw

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post #2 of 12
Try not to open your PSU, but try to keep the fan from spinning up. If it doesn't make the ticking sound, the fan is probably hitting something. This could be bad... but it could also be no big deal. There also might be some dust in there making the noise. Try blowing your computer out with a can of air or compressed air tank, just don't use too much pressure.
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post #3 of 12
It sounds like it is the fan. (No pun intended.)
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post #4 of 12
It's probably doing it when the 12v rail is under stress. What are the voltage values for the power supply's rails. You should only really be worried if the computer randomly restarts or is giving to high a voltage.
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post #5 of 12
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These are the rails as far as i'm aware...

+3V - 30A
+5V - 55A
+12V1 - 19A
+12V2 - 19A
 
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post #6 of 12
I mean the realtime voltage values. E.g in Everest Home Edition my voltage values are as follows:

2.5v = 2.06V
3.3v = 3.31V
5v = 5.03V
12v = 12.16V

Download Everest Home Edition and check those voltage values.
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Downloading it now....How reliable a source is everest for checking voltages?

And as i speak the ticking has started just by browsing the damn web lol
 
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post #8 of 12
Quote:
Originally Posted by Mhill2029 View Post
Downloading it now....How reliable a source is everest for checking voltages?

And as i speak the ticking has started just by browsing the damn web lol
Well it doesn't compare to a real ammeter, but it gives you a basic idea if something is too low or too high.
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post #9 of 12
Try returning your card back to normal clocks, my PSU was recently making the same noise and I had to replace it. I also had to run the system at stock, video card at stock until I got a better PSU.

Mine would do it on two different sections of aquamark3, after clocking card back to stock it wouldn't make the noise. A few times my computer wouldn't even start up, this was with a 12v1 19a, 12v2 17a 450w PSU. I went to a 600w and everything has been just fine.
post #10 of 12
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Well, according to Everest Home Edition it's as follows: Although they do fluctuate slightly which i guess is normal

Voltage Values
--------------

CPU Core: Between 1.47v to 1.49v
+ 3.3v = 3.30v to 3.31v
+ 5v = 4.97v to 5.00v
+ 12v = 11.78v
+ 5v Standby = 4.81v
 
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