cyrus360 Posted December 3, 2013 Share Posted December 3, 2013 I had an issue this morning where my computer was cycling on and off repeatedly. I searched and searched and ended up with that my H60 seems to have busted. I posted here http://forum.corsair.com/v3/showthread.php?t=124219 and got a RMA going. I also posted on a computer forum and some of the members think it's the PSU causing the problem. Here is a pic I took while I had booted into the desktop and before the system would shut down once the CPU hit 97c. http://i.imgur.com/M1nZe2c.jpg The voltages were all going wonky since the CPU was heating up rapidly and once it hit 97c the system would shut off. They are thinking that the +12v and +5v rails are way out of spec. My guess was since the CPU was overheating the mobo regulated and lowered the voltage being delivered. So they were thinking that's why the H60's pump wouldn't run is because the PSU was failing. Then other people chimed in that they don't think the system would even boot up with how low the rails were reading. I tended to agree since it was able to power my 780GTX so I couldn't see why it wouldn't power the small pump. I am no expert in these matters so I want to make sure I explore every possibility to make sure I get it all fixed up. I should have the replacement H60 later in the week. What do you think based on the pic and the situation? Should I be concerned about the PSU as well? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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