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Alright. So my 6700K has arrive and i have unpacked the beast... biggrin.gif








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Edited by DokoBG - 11/11/15 at 8:19pm
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post #1972 of 3909
So, here is my sad story:
There were no Super Flower Leadex in stock, in my country, so i ordered the Seasonic Snow Silent 750w. Terrible coil whine at ~2m. Returned.
EVGA G2 750w in stock now, so I replace the Seasonic with this. Coil whine only you can hear at under ~1m. Returned.
No Leadex or G2 under 1000w in stock so I replace the G2 with Corsair RMX 750w. Coil whine only you can hear at under ~0.5m or when I enable the motherboard's LEDs.

Can you hear the Leadex/G2 when you put your ear very close to it - even when turned off?
I can replace the RMX with G2 650w or another RMX unit.
Edited by zanardi - 11/12/15 at 2:17am
post #1973 of 3909
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Originally Posted by zanardi View Post

So, here is my sad story:
There were no Super Flower Leadex in stock, in my country, so i ordered the Seasonic Snow Silent 750w. Terrible coil whine at ~2m. Returned.
EVGA G2 750w in stock now, so I replace the Seasonic with this. Coil whine only you can hear at under ~1m. Returned.
No Leadex or G2 under 1000w in stock so I replace the G2 with Corsair RMX 750w. Coil whine only you can hear at under ~0.5m or when I enable the motherboard's LEDs.

Can you hear the Leadex/G2 when you put your ear very close to it - even when turned off?
I can replace the RMX with G2 650w or another RMX unit.

 

Can you hear it when you're just sitting at your computer? I mean, coil whine is harmless. The only time it's a problem is when you can hear it in your normal every day activities. If you have to actually get closer to your computer than you otherwise normally do on a day-to-day basis, then it's not a problem.

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post #1974 of 3909
Snow Silent was very bad, you could hear it anytime.
G2 had coil whine only when the PC was off.
RMX is much better, you need to put your ear very close to it.
My old Enermax PSUs are free of any coil whine though.
post #1975 of 3909
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Originally Posted by zanardi View Post

Snow Silent was very bad, you could hear it anytime.
G2 had coil whine only when the PC was off.
RMX is much better, you need to put your ear very close to it.
My old Enermax PSUs are free of any coil whine though.

 

If you need to put your ear very close to the RMX in order to hear it, then why return it? Are you doing that several times per day in your normal daily activities or something? I mean, seriously: coil whine is harmless. If you can only hear it when you put your ear right up to it, then it's not worth returning it.

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Hello everyone. This is my first PC build in quite a while (modular Psu, leds, watercooling were none existent when I last built a PC with my dad).

I went with a 650 Watt Evga G2 Psu after reading all the great info in thread.

Running a i5-4690k Cpu and Nvidia 980 Ti and everything is working smooth with a mild Cpu overclock. I hope I don't have to, but if I overclock the Cpu and Gpu further, I may need to upgrade my Psu later.
    
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Hello everyone. This is my first PC build in quite a while (modular Psu, leds, watercooling were none existent when I last built a PC with my dad).

I went with a 650 Watt Evga G2 Psu after reading all the great info in thread.

Running a i5-4690k Cpu and Nvidia 980 Ti and everything is working smooth with a mild Cpu overclock. I hope I don't have to, but if I overclock the Cpu and Gpu further, I may need to upgrade my Psu later.
Added and you dont need a bigger PSU unless you are either going to volt mod the BIOS on your GTX 980 Ti or add a second card later
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Can someone explain to me how psu can have coil whine when PC is off?!
Edited by Temuka - 11/12/15 at 4:07am
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Can someone explain to me how psu can have coil whine when PC is off?!
Yeah I was wondering about that too
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post #1980 of 3909
(Provided PSU is plugged to the wall and PSU is switched on, i.e. receiving AC juice) even when the PC is turned off the PSU's primary area and the +5VSB (standby) rail are always live.

They include coils and other components that sometimes may make audible electronic noises even when the PC is off (but the PSU is still partially on).

If you switch off and/or unplug PSU from wall, any noise will cease.
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