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post #21 of 29
ive been bit just looking around and not paying attetion when i set my hand down on it and acccidently touched inside the psu. just be VERY careful
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post #22 of 29
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Quote:
Originally Posted by kiwiasian View Post

I have the same PSU, and I replaced the fan on mine last year. There is a 2-pin fan connector, and the positive/negative terminals are switched (probably proprietary design). So I just plugged in the connector backwards.

LOL

Good to know thx biggrin.gif
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post #23 of 29
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Update: replacement success. Though I also found out (I could see the fan specs now after opening it up), I can actually order the fan somewhere on the internet.

I'll probably end up ordering the correct fan and will finally replace it with the exact same one.
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post #24 of 29
I have the OCZ 720 EVO which has been a great PSU for nearly 5 years now, but it sounds like a vacum cleaner and it's getting on my nerves, so I thought I would replace thee 80 mm fan, after removing the fan and installing a new one (simple 3 pin plug in ) I tested the PSU and it failed to start, So after investigating I noticed the old fan was a 43 amps the new one was 20 something, I guessing the PWM isn't detecting the proper current draw and the PSU shuts down, Any one have any ideas on a place to get a quiet fan for this PSU ,TIA
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post #25 of 29
43 amps? That'd be enough wind to have the PSU take off!

If you really think that's the issue (kinda doubt it), you can compare the current ratings of the fans and install a resistor in series to make up the difference. I'd need to know the current ratings before I could you what size.
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post #26 of 29
I believe it has moved the PC, LoL really the thing is loud but it had been since day one, I have noticed it's louder not rattles or anything it runs fine never gets hot, works perfectly and can handle anything you hook up to it,( I wish OCZ still built them this way) The fan I tested was actually a Rosewill 0.18amp (cheap but new) the original fan in the PSU is 43amp I can't remember if it had the 0. if front of it (almost 95% sure it didn't) I hate to give this thing up I mean it is flawless besides the hurricane in the room, nosie is starting to bug me I have been looking at new PSU's but I'm on a tight budget..I will keep this as a tried and true backup, I just hope to find a fan that will work with it. OCZ
Model
OCZ720EVOSLI
Series
EvoStream

Spec
ATX12V v2.2 and EPS12V
Maximum Power
720W
Fans
Internal 80mm fan
PFC
Active
Main Connector
20+4Pin
+12V Rails
4
PCI-Express Connector
2 x 6-Pin
SLI
SLI Ready
CrossFire
CrossFire Ready
Modular
Modular
Over Voltage Protection
Yes
Input Voltage
100 - 240 V
Input Frequency Range
50/60 Hz
Input Current
12 - 6A
Output
+3.3V@20A,+5V@30A,+12V1@16A,+12V2@16A,+12V3@16A,+12V4@16A,-12V@1.0A,+5VSB@3.5A
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post #27 of 29
Let me rephrase: Its not 43 amp. No way.

That's almost a horsepower. More than most car radiator fans. If it was 43 amp, you'd need a 600watt power supply just for that one fan. It'd be more powerful than 2 shop vacs. More powerful than your average leaf blower.

Try again. Get me the right current ratings and I can tell you which size resistor to get.
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post #28 of 29
Quote:
Originally Posted by PaPaBlista View Post

I can't remember if it had the 0. if front of it (almost 95% sure it didn't)

I can assure you that it DID have "0." in front of it. that is 100% certain.
There is no way any fan in any PSU or PC case is anywhere near 43 amps. Even a 0.5 amps is high for such fans.

Just to add a different option to the thread:


I prefer to run all my fans on 12 volt from molex. Simple and effective. And should you be into that sort of thing, this way also allows you to hook your PSU fan up to a fan controller.
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post #29 of 29
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Originally Posted by kevmatic View Post

43 amps? That'd be enough wind to have the PSU take off!

I think he means 0.43 amps

The broken one from my PSU says 0.30 A though it's odd that these PSU fans do draw alot more power then the regular fans you put in your PC. Comparing it to like this other Coolermaster fan I have lying here... 0.06 A.
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