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    If either of the heatsinks is a little hotter than 60°C, it will probably be OK.  Since you are using a different fan that presumably blows less air, I am more concerned about the PSU burning up from overheating (AFAIK it doesn't have overheat protection) than anything with efficiency. smile.gif

    As far as the jumper goes, I can't really say without a picture.  If it is working without it, it is probably OK.
 
Edited by Techie007 - 1/7/14 at 9:46am
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Well that's a bummer.

In case it does go up in flames, do you know of any quality PSU that is quiet even under 100% load? I know that there are passively cooled ones, but they are quite expensive for their power rating.
Edited by Pentdragon - 1/7/14 at 9:50am
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