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Had this happen to a computer in my house last night, well it sounds the same made a noise then shut off start up a lil then make noise an shut off, i just air dusted off everything cuz it was filled with dust and then after letting it sit for a few tried it again an it works fine now.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by basenne;11978741 
I thought I had read that seasonic's quality had gone down the tubes lately?

PM phaedrus... he knows all.

That was corsair, but you should still pm phaedrus. He knows the best bang for the buck.
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post #23 of 32
Quote:
Originally Posted by JBVries;11978616 
I just crunched the numbers on the Enermax website with their handy little widget and it seems I was about 80 watts under powered. :-)
As I was reading through the thread, this is exactly what popped in my head when I saw that you were running an i7 with only a 650w PSU. Whatever your requirements are, be sure to get a PSU that exceeds the max by approximately 15% or more.
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Originally Posted by Citra;11978660 
There is your problem, get a reliable power supply this time, preferably a Seasonic. Although you should wait for Phaedarus to confirm the best power supply for you. By the way power supplies degrade over time.
Enermax PSU's are one of the better brands out there. Sure they've had a model or two that was crap (Liberty series I believe), but most of the other ones are quality.
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Originally Posted by JBVries;11978714 
I thinks it be duh PSU me maiteees!!!!

A Seasonic you say? Any other suggestions on a new one? I'm gonna order within the next few hours to avoid downtime in the studio. Bad for biz niz.....
Yes sir, Seasonics are some nice PSUs' for sure. Nice clean steady power. On an old 939 rig I had I could up the OC by 200 MHz, at the same core voltage, just because of Seasonics superior ripple suppression.
Quote:
Originally Posted by basenne;11978741 
I thought I had read that seasonic's quality had gone down the tubes lately?

PM phaedrus... he knows all.
Blasphemy!
Quote:
Originally Posted by JBVries;11978757 
Thank god for my 5 year old Macbook Pro that's still kicking just as stong as the day I got it. That Apple guy is really on to somethin' hahaha. Is it possible to flame ones self?

Yea, he's on to how charge you a premium for outdated hardware, and then drop support for it two years later.
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post #24 of 32
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Sainix;11978764 
Had this happen to a computer in my house last night, well it sounds the same made a noise then shut off start up a lil then make noise an shut off, i just air dusted off everything cuz it was filled with dust and then after letting it sit for a few tried it again an it works fine now.

Thanks for the suggestion but I doubt that's the case as The Beat Machine is housed in a custom built noise reduction box (fancy description for a painted plywood box with a couple fans mounted on the back:D) where there is nominal airflow in or out.

(the temps are always fine though)
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Thanks a million guys. Friendly place OC.net! :-)
post #26 of 32
Quote:
Originally Posted by JBVries;11978616 
I just crunched the numbers on the Enermax website with their handy little widget and it seems I was about 80 watts under powered. :-)

You are certainly aren't underpowered with a 625w. Your rig probably consumes like <350w at full load.
Quote:
Originally Posted by Citra;11978660 
There is your problem, get a reliable power supply this time, preferably a Seasonic. Although you should wait for Phaedarus to confirm the best power supply for you. By the way power supplies degrade over time.

Enermax is reliable. Seasonic and Corsair are not the be-all and end-all of PSU's.
Edited by GameBoy - 1/13/11 at 12:04am
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post #27 of 32
Quote:
Originally Posted by GameBoy;11992808 
You are certainly aren't underpowered with a 625w. Your rig probably consumes like <350w at full load.



Enermax is reliable. Seasonic and Corsair are not the be-all and end-all of PSU's.

agreed 100%.
Also, don't trust any wattage calculators from places that sell the PSUs themselves, they are obviously interested in you spending more for a higher rated psu.

Also, im 90% certain that "tic" is your PSUs cirtcuit breaker, meaning you have a short SOMEWHERE in your rig. I t could be in the PSU itself, it might be a cable that the isolation is broke, it could be on the motherboard. But this sounds a LOT like a simple grounding issue. Control all of your cable to make sure you have nothing active touching the metal casing.
    
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post #28 of 32
Thread Starter 
Well, it was indeed the PSU as the Seasonic is now installed and humming along (fingers crossed).

Whatever it was, it's gone and I can work again.

I want to thank you all again! I really appreciate your input and wisdom. You rock!

Anybody wanna buy a partially functional Energmax 625 Watt with all the cables and shmack for cheap?
post #29 of 32
interesting...never had any problems with my 4 year old Enermax Liberty 500w series...even powered my sig rig and OC'ed like hell...prolly must be a bad production run or something...

hope the seasonic is working good for you~
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Quote:
Originally Posted by CramComplex;12017827 
hope the seasonic is working good for you~

It is so far. I'm kindof curious about the boutique style packaging. I think it's neat nice whatever but I bet 20-30 bucks could been shaved off if they skipped the "Travel bags". Maybe I am ignorant but who pulls powers supplies and travels with them so much so to justify a velveteen carrying tote? haha
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