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Poll Results: Are you interested in this new Sugo SG13?

 
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post #1441 of 2549
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Originally Posted by ultrapan View Post

Speaking of PSU, mine has a crackling sound like something is shorting inside. It's a SilverStone 450W 80+ Gold fully modular (ST45SF-G) power supply. Anyone has this issue? How do I tag the SilverStone rep here?

Thank you.

You can contact the office closest to you for product information and returns on our "Contact Us" page:

http://www.silverstonetek.com/contactus.php
post #1442 of 2549
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Originally Posted by SilverStone View Post

You can contact the office closest to you for product information and returns on our "Contact Us" page:

http://www.silverstonetek.com/contactus.php

Thank you. Already contacted warranty people and they'll replace my PSU.
post #1443 of 2549
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Originally Posted by ultrapan View Post

I just built mine. Do your cases get hot? I mean, temps are okay. 70-75 GPU, 50-60 CPU but when you touch the case, it's hot. I know it will be hot but not THIS hot. Is there any software that I can use to monitor the temps of the PSU? I just think there's not enough airflow inside to exhaust the hot air. My setup is the PSU fan is facing vents of the case, using an H60 and an MSI GTX 970 Twin Frozr so I think there's alot of hot air pushed mostly in the CPU area.

Speaking of PSU, mine has a crackling sound like something is shorting inside. It's a SilverStone 450W 80+ Gold fully modular (ST45SF-G) power supply. Anyone has this issue? How do I tag the SilverStone rep here?

Thank you.

I don't think there are any software that can read you PSU temp. However, some PSU like corsair AX series can give its temps, wattage, etc to your PC via corsair link. The most inexpensive thing you can do to guess your PSU temp is using an aquarium temperature sensor. I have one, but mostly use it to monitor case ambient temp.

As for cracking sound, there is nothing normal for PSU to make any sound other than fan noise. If this is only recently, have you use your PSU as exhaust? because, PSU sucking hot air higher than its operating temperature in long term makes it prone to failure. You should RMA it ASAP.
post #1444 of 2549
Has anyone tried to add more fans to the right panel? (40 or 60mm ones)

After 45 min of rendering my case was a bit warm and PCH temp was 57C and mobo 53C lol. And this is without a graphics card biggrin.gif

thinking of switching over my PSU to face fan below and intake air outside
Edited by Flamingo - 2/2/16 at 1:48am
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post #1445 of 2549
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Has anyone tried to add more fans to the right panel? (40 or 60mm ones)

After 45 min of rendering my case was a bit warm and PCH temp was 57C and mobo 53C lol. And this is without a graphics card biggrin.gif

thinking of switching over my PSU to face fan below and intake air outside

It is possible. I tried sticking fans to right panel using double tape. Here are the fans:
1. 80mm with 15mm thickness, 70% effective area*, helps reduce temps around 3-5 degree C
2. 120mm with 13mm thickness, 40% effective area*, helps reduce temps around 4-6 degree C

*100% effective area means airflow must not be blocked by case cover or by PSU support bracket. In my case, I'm using ATX psu, so I need the included PSU support bracket. This bracket blocks the intake area of my fan, especially my 120mm. And the vents on side panel are just too small to cover entire fan exit area.

If you have SFX PSU then you wont need the included PSU bracket, hence makes the fan more efficient.
The vents area simply too small for fans larger than 60mm. Expecially when the fan glued/taped/attached to vents.

It DOES helps reduce temps, but not much. However, with 100% effective are, there should be potential.
In the end, simply removing the case cover significantly reduce temperatures, at least for me.
post #1446 of 2549
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Originally Posted by azdesign View Post

It is possible. I tried sticking fans to right panel using double tape. Here are the fans:
1. 80mm with 15mm thickness, 70% effective area*, helps reduce temps around 3-5 degree C
2. 120mm with 13mm thickness, 40% effective area*, helps reduce temps around 4-6 degree C

*100% effective area means airflow must not be blocked by case cover or by PSU support bracket. In my case, I'm using ATX psu, so I need the included PSU support bracket. This bracket blocks the intake area of my fan, especially my 120mm. And the vents on side panel are just too small to cover entire fan exit area.

If you have SFX PSU then you wont need the included PSU bracket, hence makes the fan more efficient.
The vents area simply too small for fans larger than 60mm. Expecially when the fan glued/taped/attached to vents.

It DOES helps reduce temps, but not much. However, with 100% effective are, there should be potential.
In the end, simply removing the case cover significantly reduce temperatures, at least for me.

You mustve tried flipping the PSU as well, what were the temperature changes?
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post #1447 of 2549
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You mustve tried flipping the PSU as well, what were the temperature changes?

In my case, none. My Seasonic X series does not move air at all, it have hybrid fan where it does not spin unless PSU is hot enough. So flipping the psu up and down had no effect.
It's a worse choice for PSU among SFF cases, I bought it cos there weren't any decent PSU in my local store except this one.
That was the reason I have to take off case cover, there arent any exhaust in my build. Gotta mod side vents for my fans to work.
post #1448 of 2549
I guess the only solution here would be to switch the fans so they pull air from inside the case and push it outside through the front grill. Will probably keep me warm too.
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post #1449 of 2549
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I guess the only solution here would be to switch the fans so they pull air from inside the case and push it outside through the front grill. Will probably keep me warm too.

Can you test it for me? Mine is the Q version, impossible to do this as the front panel is solid, should be possible for non-Q which consist of mesh
post #1450 of 2549
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Can you test it for me? Mine is the Q version, impossible to do this as the front panel is solid, should be possible for non-Q which consist of mesh

I will give it a shot and let you know.

Edit: Apparently my fans are setup in the wrong way and pushing air into the radiator. Please ignore my temperatures lol. Need to do a proper intake vs exhaust test.
Edited by Flamingo - 2/3/16 at 10:16am
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