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Old 05-18-2020, 01:23 PM
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Hey,

New here but i thought it would be the best place to ask.

My pc that I use to work decided that the psu would fail on startup at the weekend. It was the RM-650X, I emailed Corsair but no reply as of yet as it’s only 3 years old.

Anyway as I need to get back working I ordered the RM- 550X as the 650 wasn’t in stock. I swapped it over today and all is working again, but now on shutdown there is a weird click which I can’t work out what it is. Il attach a video showing this below:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/79o5eesayr..._5093.MOV?dl=0

Hoping this won’t effect anything, but also worried something may break.

Anyway advice / help would be much appreciated :)

Thanks,
Mark
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Old 05-18-2020, 03:32 PM
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My pc that I use to work decided that the psu would fail on startup at the weekend. It was the RM-650X, I emailed Corsair but no reply as of yet as it’s only 3 years old.
How long have you given them to respond?

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Now on shutdown there is a weird click which I can’t work out what it is. Il attach a video showing this below:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/79o5eesayr..._5093.MOV?dl=0
That's not a weird click. That's normal.
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