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Nevermind I purchased X-760 now biggrin.gif add me please:D

Post a Pic when you get it Ill be glad to Add you.
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Hi guys
Lost my cable for my fanless 460 watt. Im gonna make one from scratch. Anyone know the pin layout or a diagram for which wires go where. Need to kknow which to splice together. Thanks. Also need to know where which wires go where. Thanks.
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Hi guys
Lost my cable for my fanless 460 watt. Im gonna make one from scratch. Anyone know the pin layout or a diagram for which wires go where. Need to kknow which to splice together. Thanks. Also need to know where which wires go where. Thanks.

There's actually something you should try. Moddiy, just started selling a kit of un sleeved cables for Seasonic power supplies. I mean, assembled cables, just without sleeving.

You should check it out before making one on your own: http://www.moddiy.com/products/Corsair-%7B47%7D-Seasonic-Custom-PSU-Modular-Cable-Set-%28White-Electrical-Wires%29.html

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I got mu x-760 yesterday. Its very silent.BUT I hear some noise (even when fan isn't spining) which is like as if you turn up a speaker 's volume but do nothing just hear the sound from speakers like a HISSSS sound. I hope I can make you understand.biggrin.gif is it normal behaivour? I cannot hear sound without going too close to pc. But is this an issue?
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I got mu x-760 yesterday. Its very silent.BUT I hear some noise (even when fan isn't spining) which is like as if you turn up a speaker 's volume but do nothing just hear the sound from speakers like a HISSSS sound. I hope I can make you understand.biggrin.gif is it normal behaivour? I cannot hear sound without going too close to pc. But is this an issue?

Sounds a bit weird, I don't notice that on mine.
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I got mu x-760 yesterday. Its very silent.BUT I hear some noise (even when fan isn't spining) which is like as if you turn up a speaker 's volume but do nothing just hear the sound from speakers like a HISSSS sound. I hope I can make you understand.biggrin.gif is it normal behaivour? I cannot hear sound without going too close to pc. But is this an issue?

coil whine probably :-(. I had a big problem with that on 2 760W X series from Sea-sonic. returned both and got XFX 750W which unfortunately isn't fan-less when in idle as X series.
there is a big problem with X series obviously and I hope they attend to this cos I would really like to have that PSU.
cheers.
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coil whine probably :-(. I had a big problem with that on 2 760W X series from Sea-sonic. returned both and got XFX 750W which unfortunately isn't fan-less when in idle as X series.
there is a big problem with X series obviously and I hope they attend to this cos I would really like to have that PSU.
cheers.

I don't think its coil whine. Cause it makes no sound. Just a hisssss thing similar to speakers. what can I do ? Maybe this is something normal. maybe its just the sound of it working?
Edited by kersoz2003 - 7/18/12 at 10:38am
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I don't think its coil whine. Cause it makes no sound. Just a hisssss thing similar to speakers. what can I do ?

well if it's not coil whine or the fan itself I don't know really what else it could be.
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post #409 of 1832
Just installed my new X-750. Fan has yet to come on so can't comment on that, but during install, I did have a few gripes.

1st) Why the %#^& are the connectors for the motherboard cable backwards from what the conectors on the psu are. The psu has the shorter cable on top, and the longer on bottom, and the cable itself has the longer one on top and the short on bottom meaning I had to twist them around each other to get it to plug in.

2nd) SATA cables are backwards too. I had to twist each sata connector upside down from what it actually is in order to get them onto my HDD's. Perhaps this is because the unit was designed to be top mounted instead of bottom? Idk.

3st) Not full tower friendly. I couldn't route my cpu cable behind my MB tray in my HAF-X. Not really a fault of the psu since my case is obscenely large, but just a few more inches on a few key cables would have been splendid. This is actually not that big of a deal, since I'm moving to an ITX build with it soon, but for my current case, it was a bit of a stretch getting some cables connected. Luckily the cpu cable fit perfectly between my 7970's pci bracket and the MB and up behind my H70 so it's still hidden pretty well.


Few minor gripes. Apart from alot of cable twisting and a few shortcomings, this PSU was still monumentally easier to install and cleaner inside the case than Medusa (my 850w Coolermaster PSU that came out of it) and i'm extremely satisfied. The unit itself has a really nice feel to it, look's awesome, and so far hasn't even turned it's fan on so it's 100% silent, which is awesome. Can't hear a single thing coming from my case and my house is dead silent right now. Shweetness. Oh and I also would have liked the Seasonic Logo to be on the opposite side. I'd much prefer to see that instead of the unit's spec's =\.


Edited by Shiveron - 7/19/12 at 5:17pm
post #410 of 1832
If I buy X-460 is there coil whine or buzz problem in this series? I want total silence thats why I get it. Is it faulty or not ?
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