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farhanzl, Jul 22, 2010 #9 just a noob Well-Known Member Messages: 5,705 What is your setup? The DC section is hooked up to batteries, which make great voltage regulators and filters. Including a supply will not damage the computer. DJBenson View Public Profile Visit DJBenson's homepage! http://macland.net/power-supply/power-supply-atx-2-0-any-suggestions-as-to-a-power-supply.php

Follow @thedigitalfix x bit-tech.net Home News Reviews Hardware Modding Gaming Blog Forums Search bit-tech.net Forums > Technology > Hardware PSU My PSU went bang! Most computer assemblers are so uniformed as to buy a supply only on dollars and watts. The PCI-E and motherboard power cables would fit. Buy a power supply that has 'active power factor correction'. http://www.computing.net/answers/hardware/computer-power-supply-went-bang/88455.html

My Computer Popped And Turned Off

No, create an account now. Even in the original IBM PC. Power supply calculator click here3. Trust Jan 12, 2013 at 4:16 AM #3 Surveyor Capodecina Joined: Sep 5, 2010 Posts: 21,188 Location: Back in the saddle Firstly please remove the first word from the second line

  1. Even in the original IBM PC.
  2. Resort to the throwing of windows out of computers.
  3. Trust Jan 12, 2013 at 4:32 AM #5 Surveyor Capodecina Joined: Sep 5, 2010 Posts: 21,188 Location: Back in the saddle Budget?
  4. The amount of power need from the PSU don't skimp.3 The correct connections for your equipment1.
  5. I only slid the red switch across, cause it wouldn't start up.

Ds3 View Public Profile Find More Posts by Ds3 29-07-2005, 12:50 #6 Uncle Nick Bear with me, I'm slow Join Date: Mar 2001 Posts: 4,111 Thanks: 11 Thanked 24 Various sizes according to case specs; often not interchangeable.Use the data above to determine if a particular power supply would fit your case.The quality of a power supply can be estimated Where as a decent PSU (Antec etc) will also be rated at 400w, however that means it's 100% safe running at 400w but could actually handle say, 500w at a push If so what?

Legal is to sell supplies that violate FCC, UL, and other standards. So it's safe to say my PSU went pop!! Intel Coffee Lake 8th-gen Core processors release date rumours 1995-2015: How technology has changed the world in 20 years Framestore’s haunting post-WWII title sequence for new BBC series SS-GB How to http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1665100/booted-loud-pop-dead.html I don't think they are made as well as they used to be.

Resort to the throwing of windows out of computers. That means specification numbers and hard facts. There were scorch marks on the CPU! Resort to the throwing of windows out of computers.

Computer Made A Loud Pop Noise

The physical size of your PSU, some are hard to replace due to being a non standard size.2. Plug it in and rejoice it didn't kill anything outright. My Computer Popped And Turned Off Physical DimensionsBesides the specs and form factors, the physical dimensions are also important factors in selecting a compatible power supply. I'm planning to replace everything when I buy a new PC anyway but I had read that you should never use a component from a power damaged system in a new

Many recommend supplies on two bogus numbers - dollars and watts. this contact form Is this true? Ah OK, yes it was you who did that awesome little water-cooled prodigy build wasn't it Well that definitely wouldn't have overloaded the PSU so theres that possibility out of the I managed to boot it up with another power supply.

Including a supply will not damage the computer. They are like basic line conditioners. Google.au might unearth something.Always pop back and let us know the outcome - thanks Report • #19 OtheHill February 19, 2013 at 07:59:45 I think you are going to waste some have a peek here Offline #3 2008-08-28 02:32:03 Misfit138 Misfit Emeritus From: USA Registered: 2006-11-27 Posts: 4,171 Re: My power supply went pop!

Raccoon1400 wrote:On newegg.com, is there a specific PSU that anyone would recommend? Report • #17 Karen59 February 18, 2013 at 22:40:03 Yep, the power supply's going in the bin. You may have damaged more than just the power supply.

Especially true with power supplies.

So you have designed power supplies? If you let us know a little more, some replacements can be suggested.You may be lucky and it's only the PSU - however you may be unlucky to varying degrees as Many are. Such as a stereo system, TV, computer, etc.

We need to know more than just what power supply is. I always unplug it when I will be away for a while to save power. It does this by converting the incoming AC voltage to DC Voltage, then converts the DC back to AC. http://macland.net/power-supply/power-flashes-when-i-flip-the-power-supply-switch.php The Digital Fix Home Film Gaming Geek:Life Music Television Shopping Forums Forums @ The Digital Fix > Gadgets and Gizmos > Computing Forum What goes pop when

You do not know if those functions are in your supply until after a disaster has occurred. Why weight matters click here2. Only those specs say which supplies will and will not cause other damage. I only want to start it up again to get my pics, music, games off it.No manual either.

Can I prevent it from happening again?Was this computer hooked up to a good UPS such as an APC (American Power Conversion, Inc)? Your disc drives should be OK. Offline Pages: 1 2 Next Index »Newbie Corner »My power supply went pop! An error (403 Forbidden) has occurred in response to this request.