Psu Fuse Blown
Here are the results:purple:- 5.12 reading while PSU is on / computer is offgreen:- 4.59 initial reading- turning on computer causes it to drop rapidly (within about 1 second)- eventually settles This is prety much what would have happened on a component level in your case. FATPP, Dec 10, 2016, in forum: Hardware Replies: 9 Views: 307 crjdriver Dec 11, 2016 Thread Status: Not open for further replies. Heat is unlikely to have caused failure especially if not in a room that warm.Be cautious when opening a PSU.
I know with his last rig he just went and bought another no name PSU. the new mobo+CPU+PSU). A few even have a holder with a twist-off cap mounted through the supply’s housing and are easily changed without removing the cover.Figure AMost of them, however, are soldered directly to This is a total nightmare for me, and I'm starting to think I must have been mad to think I could ever make a working PC in the first place!
Psu Fuse Blown
None of this last long enough for anything to appear on the monitor, and there are no POST beeps. Now decide if the defect is on the load (left) or PSU (right). To answer your question, the 'paper clip' test was done while disconnected from the motherboard. I'd say a good 350w psu would be plenty for him if he doesn't OC, and doesn't plan on a major gfx upgrade. 430 would be better.
I removed all parts and tested one at a time, and have firmly narrowed it down to this second HD. If it cannot power up, then monitor any one red (pin 4,21-23), orange (pin 1,2,12 or 13), and yellow (pin 10 or 11) wire for what each does as and after If the PSU is blowing its own protection fuse, it has failed. Power Supply Popped Smoke Just my thoughts.
Don't let these naysayers sap your curiosity TheOnlyCoolTim, or you will have to spend $5 on a new nic 'OneofManyLameTims'... No, create an account now. If the PSU *has* killed the motherboard, I presume this means the motherboard warranty won't cover it? i thought about this I tried using a screw as a ground instead and that works.
westomSep 21, 2015, 12:41 PM b_profane said: A paper-clip test on this brand new PSU also results in nothing, no fan etc. Power Supply Popped And Sparked Gentle airflow is designed to keep it cool even in a 100 degree F room. Frick said: ↑ If you want him to be even more stupid you can tell him to buy a brand new 7950GX2. by Ray Harinec / February 27, 2006 10:47 AM PST In reply to: Checked out the power supply Might be a zener that provides one of the regulated voltages.
Can A Blown Power Supply Damage A Motherboard
Join our site today to ask your question. I got a new power supply (jeantech 600w), and at first everything seemed fine - I turn it on, the CPU, case, and graphic cards turn and the case leds come Psu Fuse Blown This is the best advise I can pass on as a decent psu of at least 500W+ even if generic or a known namebrand of 400W+(more than 420W) is goint to Power Supply Fuse Keeps Blowing Computer not on.
GPU was 1 year old. - paper clipped that PSU and fan didn't turn on - bought new PSU- pc still wouldn't start - bought new mobo, CPU, water cooler- connected To confirm that new supply does not have same characteristics as on the two older and defective ones. For the record, my computer has ran fine all this time without any issues at all, the computer is perfectly wired and non of my components seem to not work. The computer doesn't boot, turn over, post, nothing. Power Supply Fried Motherboard
Your drives is more likely still good. I'll see if he listens about the UPS and getting a quality PSU. He was wanting to OC but the dumb ass put a password on his BIOS for some reason and forgot it. westomSep 25, 2015, 12:30 AM b_profane said: ...
You can hurt yourself replacing them. Fried Psu Symptoms I snipped this off and it works well enough to get the data off. Then cuts off when some other voltage (apparently) does not meet required values. 3.3 volts (orange wire) also sees some attempt.But the 5 volts (red wire) never gets started.
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Already have an account? I've already taken out the PSU and packaged it for a warranty return, but I'm wondering if they'll get it, test it, and find it's fine. His PSU was generic and I'm wondering if it has the potential to damage the hardware by blowing up.Click to expand... Psu Blew Up DJDON1302, Feb 5, 2017, in forum: Hardware Replies: 7 Views: 244 crjdriver Feb 6, 2017 Solved A good Power Supply???
AC power cord connected to a receptacle. My power supply is about 4-5 years old. I've just got a replacement and connected it up, and the PC is still dead. BTW, my old PC died last week - PSU blew.
Discussion topics include choosing a processor, installing hard drives, adding RAM, upgrading video cards, sound cards, DVD drives, Blu-ray drives, PSU, and much more.Real-Time ActivityMy Tracked DiscussionsFAQsPoliciesModerators General discussion Blown Power I have an Antec 380W power supply and an Asus A7N8X motherboard. The CPU is wrecked. 4. But I don't know.
If the power-up cable (green wire) seems to be working fine, then why would the paper-clip test fail to activate the PSU fan? and hes in denial so he wants to obliterate my rig with a better 3Dmark and brag about that. I can't afford to buy nearly a whole set of other components just to find out which part isn't working. we do not care.
huh? Well, not so much out actually, you've got to get to your workbenches more. Thats very odd, keep me posted.