RAM almost always dies, motherboards are fairly common to die, video cards and hard drives aren't unheard of. All rights reserved. The 440MX is nothing to brag about now but it was atleast 256mb and not 16! 0 Ridelynn Fresno, CAPosts: 5,417Member Rare February 2012 All those big cylinder things are called Windows hangs at the splash screen, the loading bar scrolling but never actually getting anywhere.
Coolermaster does not make the best PSUs but they are not that bad and worth considereing mihir, Jul 18, 2010 #5 RobbieFubar New Member Messages: 17 Fitted new Power Supply What you could try doing is disconnect one of your old fans and plug your new fan into that socket to see if you still have problems. Last edited by RollingThunder; 08-11-12 at 10:30 PM. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BitTorrent#Adoption Reply With Quote « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Page 1 of 2 12 Last Jump to page: Quick Navigation Computer Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1663815/sparks-flew-psu-plugged.html
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And it wouldnt turn on after that. gnomioNov 13, 2011, 12:48 AM Raiddinn said: Actually, the TR2 is just as bad as their other stuff is.http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/article/Thermaltake-TR2-RX-750-W-Power-Supply-Review/902/7There is you a TR2 with FAIL written all over it and absolutely The whole "static discharge" thing is a good precaution to take when installing/removing hardware, but for simply pressing the power button you really have nothing to worry about.
- As mentioned, several of the old TR2 models presented lousy performance, and many people may think that the new models have the same problem.
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- In the mean time, I just wanted to ask the community( and who ever reads this boring post) if there is anything i should be cautious about, in order to not
- You get what you pay for.
- In such a way as to draw too much current.
- Amazingly, the CPU usually survives that.
Did you keep all your parts the PSU and everything is still working fine or did you reaplce something? I think you need to RMA the PSU and Motherboard, man. The case was dry when I put all the parts back in. Computer Sparks When Plugged In Results 1 to 11 of 11 Thread: Power supply sparking Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page… Subscribe to this Thread… 10-06-2012,01:56 PM #1 Jemz View Profile View Forum Posts
I would be surprised if the hard drive is faulty due to the power supply fault, this would be very unusual as the motherboard is much more vulnerable. Sparks Flew Out Of Power Supply Immediately disconnected it, torn it apart and cleaned it. PSU sparks and smell psu exploded into sparks? AMD Phenom II x4 4.0ghz MSI GTX560 1gb dual fan PNY Optima 4 GB, Crosshair XMS3 2gb. 1333mhz Logitech G500 Razor Vespula mouse pad Reply With Quote 06-12-12,08:55 PM #14 merz.38
Please help! Sparking Computer Power Supply I just dont get it! Being faulty on the secondary side usually does not cause excessive current draw. ButContacted HP and man do they ever have some shit policies.
Sparks Flew Out Of Power Supply
at the very least wrap some electrical tape over a paperclip you also need a load on the ps somewhere, such as a fan. http://www.pcguide.com/vb/showthread.php?85011-Power-supply-sparking If you can't use them normally and have to take precautions, it is a POS unit. Power Supply Sparks When Plugged In A wide selection of AGP Video Cards (there is a pic http://truro.kijiji.ca/c-buy-and-sell-computer-accessories-AGP-Video-Cards-10-Each-or-50-for-all-W0QQAdIdZ342929332) Not sure what any of them are lol still waiting for them to contact me back. 0 Ridelynn Fresno, Spark Inside Computer Hoping someone can help me!
Foomy on June 2009Steam Profile: FoomyFooms0 Monoxide Registered User, ClubPA regular June 2009 edited June 2009 or you could go pick up a power supply tester they're like 15 bucks Monoxide Not to mention, if you are not a skilled electronics guy, you'd have to have someone else replace them anyway, which, IMO, isn't worth it. I just opend up my computer and moved my memmory around to try and get my computer to get duel channel because it wasnt working in current slots it was only I RMA'd it back to OCZ/PCP&C for repair and got it back a few weeks later.I replaced it with a Corsair Professional Series HX750W PSU because I wanted modular cabling and Computer Spark
Overclockers Community Newsletter -- OVC -- Default Mobile Style All times are GMT -5. Thispower supply has OVP (Over-Voltage Protection) but i want to know if i have fried my motherboard. Home Forum New Posts FAQ Calendar Community Groups Albums Member List Forum Rules & Guidelines Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Today's Posts View Site Leaders Who's Online Reviews News i now bought myself a 750 wat psu http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817703027.
It wasn't because you fucking built up static by walking across the carpet. My Computer Popped And Turned Off High price tag, low performance, unreliable, impossible to upgrade, and feature-barren--but also a few millimeters thinner than the competition, and Intel thinks that for many consumers, being a few mm thinner If possible, post clear, well-lit photos for the experts here.
This might manifest in the component not working at all, or just being flaky and dying out sooner than it would.
ko888Nov 12, 2011, 11:09 AM The Corsair Gaming Series GS700 (CMPSU-700G) power supply has one ATX (24-Pin) Main Cable and one 8-Pin EPS/ATX12V CPU Cable.The 8-pin EPS/ATX12V CPU connector splits in I entered my room to the smell of buring and notices my computer was off, tried switching it on and it wouldn't power. It couldn't have been the motherboard or something else? Computer Spark Wont Turn On Usually sooner.
you need one of those anyway. Overclock.net›Forums›Components›Power Supplies›Spark and electrical pop noise created by PSU after connecting power cable. guessing its fried? In my opinion anyway.
My partners one is from cyberpower and is built as a gamin machine which is why i thought he may have a better plug.... Plugged in, turned the socket power on and BANG! You won't get the fancy Aero interface, but that's ok.If your planning on gaming - just forget it.