Luc0z Posted January 24, 2013 Share Posted January 24, 2013 I recently received a replacement power supply unit which replaced a faulty GS700. The problem with the GS700 was that the fan didn't spin and was seemingly power-surging according to my motherboard's surge protection. As of late, I have had no problems with power surges on this new TX750 and has been running fine. When I turn the PC on, however, the TX750 does not spin to full speed as my previous faulty GS700 did. I have noticed though that when playing BF3 for about 20 minutes, the back of the PSU feels warm and the fan is spinning but doesn't seem very loud. Right now the fan is not spinning but it looks like it's trying to. I don't seem to frequently get the same electrical buzzing noise from the TX750 as I did with the GS700 but the fan seems to move clockwise/counter-clockwise the tiniest bit when im not running any games for a decent amount of time. I'm simply wondering if this is normal and just an annoyance (such as coil whine; harmless but annoying) or if it is yet another faulty power supply. I really want to avoid another RMA, so thanks in advance for your help. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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