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Originally Posted by Phaedrus2129 View Post
The HX650 stands an equal chance of squealing. This is happening to several manufacturers, including SeaSonic, who manufacture both the TP-650 and the HX650.


It can be fixed, if you don't mind voiding your warranty.
I am contacting Newegg on Monday and hopefully they will pay for shipping the item back to them for a refund(This way it'll keep my cost down) Considering that I've already paid about 42 dollars so far in shipping 2 previous PSU's back to them for RMA. If I have to pay for shipping again I'll open her up and do what I can to fix it because its just not worth it to send it back again with me paying for shipping.

Due to the fact that this PSU only cost me 79.99 dollars and paying a total of 63 dollars for RMA/Refund Process is just not worth it via shipping it back to them.

I'm down to opening it up and fixing it if newegg won't pay for shipping.
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i72600K Sandybridge @ 4.8ghz MSi P67A-GD65 Galaxy GTX 580 @930mhz GSkill CL7 2x4gb 1333 @ 1866 9-10-9-24-1T 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
Crucial C300 128gb SSD w/1TB HDD Asus DVD-RW/CDRW Windows 7 Professional Gateway HD2201 22in LED 1080 
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Seasonic X-850 Azza Salano 1000 
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I want to edit that last statement: it maybe can be fixed. Depends on if it's a coil vibrating, or a transformer.
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