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  1. Ein Corsair HX 750 macht zirpende Geräusche. Hört sich nach Spulenfiepen an. Das tritt auf unter Belastung der CPU, ein Ryzen 7 5800X. Man kann es reproduzieren indem man einfach Prime95 oder CPU-Z als CPU Benchmark benutzt. Auch in Spielen wenn die Grafikkarte noch zusätzlich etwas zu tun bekommt, tritt das Geräusch auf. Man hört es trotz der Lüfter heraus. Es ist nicht sehr viel lauter, doch eben von sehr unangenehmer Frequenz. Ich habe das Netzteil ausgebaut und neben den PC gelegt um sicherzustellen das das Geräusch auch wirklich vom Netzteil kommt und nicht z.B. von der Grafikkarte, was wohl auch öfters vorkommt. Mit einem anderen Netzteil, ein älteres 550W von Corsair, trat es nicht auf. Das Netzteil ist erst 2 Wochen alt. Leider habe ich es nun knapp verpasst die 14 Tage Widerrufsrecht bei Mindfactory zu nutzen. Jetzt bleibt nur RMA. Der Händler empfiehlt den Herstelleraustausch-Service nutzen, da es ja ein wohl höherwertiges Netzteil der HX-Serie sei und es da einen Vorabtausch gäbe. Ferner ginge es da schneller einen Ersatz zu bekommen. So die Theorie ... der Corsair-Service meinte, dass ich beim Händler besser aufgehoben wäre und es dort schneller ging. Ja sicher, verkaufen möchte man gerne, doch mit Reklamationen herumärgern möchte sich niemand. Ich bin noch am überlegen, welche Methode ich nehmen sollte. Oder eben ein anderes Model. Hat es überhaupt Sinn wegen dem Spulenfiepen einen Austausch zu erwarten? Enttäuschend ist es allemal. Grüße und einen schönen Tag!
  2. Hallo, ich hab das Kabel Sleeve von Corsair (Corsair Premium Pro Sleeved Kabel-Set (Gen 4) - weiß/schwarz) Dieses hat eine Kompatibilität mit: AX1600I HX (Platinum)-Serie RMI-Serie RMX-Serie wieso kann ich es nicht an der Hx1000i nutzen ?
  3. With the new 3080 series GPU's coming available slowly, a big aspect of concern for many people without an already "beefy" build is the fact that they are recommending a minimum of 850w PSUs to power the cards. Currently, I am building an entirely new build to support the new series of card including a full corsair Hydro x series custom water cooling loop, several corsair LL120 RGB case and radiator fans (white edition), and a corsair crystal series 570x white case. Now I was hoping to add a white corsair PSU to the mix to keep the same aesthetic (ik you wont be able to see it except from the back/inside of the case but I am an enthusiast and want to build a full white build :D:) but after searching on the official corsair website, the maximum wattage on the fully modular RMx White series is only 850w. I intend on extending my build in the future and pushing my system so I was hoping to get a PSU with at least 1000w but was wondering why there are no more white series PSU's above that 850w threshold possibly in the AX or HX series. I would love to see an AX white or HX white series of PSUs implemented in the near future for the true enthusiasts out there like myself who want a high powered fully white PC build.
  4. Hello all, I have a Corsair HX1000 powering my system, and it seems to be failing for the second time. My first HX1000 went out in Sept. 2011 (about a 9 month lifetime), and I RMAed it and got a new one installed in late October. Before the first PSU failed, I was experiencing random shutdowns every few days. The replacement HX1000 solved this for a couple of months, then the random shutdowns came back. I have been unable to find the cause of the shutdowns for the last few months. Starting this week, however, the 3.3V output from the HX1000 has fallen dangerously low. In both BIOS and software, it reads between 2.94V and 3.04V. It used to read between 3.23V and 3.3V when new. I would like to request an RMA on this power supply and ask that Corsair cover the shipping since it is the second time on this unit. With regards to the random shutdowns I encountered every few days, Windows said the error was a video hardware failure. This made me suspect the power supply as well. If I'm not mistaken, the HX1000 is two 500W rails. I thought this should be enough to run my GTX580 with no problems, but perhaps I was wrong and need a stronger singer rail PSU. I think the video hardware failure is occurring because the video card isn't getting enough power or power is dropping out under load. Do you think this is the case? If so, what replacement PSUs would you suggest? Cheers, mentalRAGE P.S. I also noticed that when the graphics card is under load, the 3.3V output drops by about 0.08V and then returns to the previous value when it is idle.
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