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  1. iCUE v.4.16.194 Commander pro firmware v. 0.9.212 Anyone has suggestion how to get hx750i detected again? Earlier iCUE 3 worked fine.
  2. I’m about to buy an HX750i for a new build, but I’m concerned about both proper cooling and silence. The reason for my concern is that my case is Fractal Design Define 7 Compact. It has a PSU “shroud” shelf at the bottom. There are perforations, but I imagine it’s still suboptimal to have obstructions to PSU intake, especially since hot GPU/case air will be further obstructed by the perforated shelf. It makes the most sense to flip the PSU with fan on the bottom, where there is a nice dust protection mesh and the tallest case feet I’ve seen to date. As I understand, HX750i will heat up more facing down, and the fan might kick in louder. Can I set a custom curve in iCue to not start at zero RPM, but at 20% RPM and up from there? Does anything other than default curve end up being a static duty cycle number for any load?
  3. connected my hx750i on my motherboard via USB. the psu does shows up on my Icue software but shows 0 activities like the temps, fan speed etc. help I'm very confuse because I just brought the hx750i
  4. Bought a 750i last week to replace my 650, installed with no problem. I'd pressed the fan test button after installing but couldn't hear anything so thought the button might be faulty. It powered the PC fine so I checked the PSU using iCue (already installed). It was reporting the PSU as being about 30 degrees ©, no fan activity. Continued to monitor while testing some games and the highest the temperature rose to was 35. Here's the thing: the fan never came on once according to the monitoring graph, this with the standard fan curve in iCue which appears to state it should kick-in on 40% at about 20C. I tried pushing it up to 100% at 20 to see if the fan would come on but nothing. At that point, I raised a ticket with Scan. In the meantime, I took another look at the test button while looking (instead of just listening!) at the fan. Turned out it was indeed spinning under test, absolutely silently. Brilliant :D: Here's the thing: I'm genuinely not sure whether it should be RMA'd or not. Scan replied after my update saying there's probably nothing wrong with it. I'd be fine with this if I could see evidence of the fan spinning under a custom curve but it doesn't appear to happen. I'd rather not RMA, to be honest; I just need to be fairly sure there's no issue. What do you think, Corsair gurus?
  5. Moin, ich habe mir das Corsair hx750i gekauft und eingebaut, stresstest bei GPU und CPU = alles gut als ich abends dann Rainbow Six siege spielen wollte hatte ich ab dem Menü ein Fiepen und beim Spielen auch, das Fiepen kommt direkt bei den Stromanschlüssen der GraKa und bei dem vorherigen Netzteil (be quiet irgentwas bronze 850W) gab es dieses Geräusch halt nicht und deswegen müsste es doch an Corsair (Netzteil oder Kabel) liegen? was kann ich dagegen tun oder sollte ich mal neue Kabel kaufen? die Grafikkarte hat 2x 8pin. Mfg Richard
  6. I bought the Corsair hx750i and everything was fine while prime95 and furmark, then I started Rainbow Six Siege and in the Menu I have some kind of "whine" from the Graphicscard at the point where the powercables are plugged in. It has to be something with the PSU because with my old one (be quiet bronze 850w) the sound was not there. should I buy new cables or is it something with the PSU? English is not my native language btw.
  7. Hi everyone, after some months of correct funcionality, I have a problem with the HX750i PSU. When I power it up (by its own switch, or when the switch is in "on" position and I turn on the power switch on the multiple power socket) i get a "tick" noise from the PSU and the system won't start... If I try a few times, then the system starts with any other problem... Any idea of the cause? :confused: :confused: Thanks
  8. hi hopefully this is the right area to ask, but feel free to move me to "gamers" if that's more appropriate i have just installed this psu - it was an rma replacement for my well used hx-650 that started making noise - and i can't complain except for having to shoe-horn it into my case, seeing it is way longer than the 650 :bigeyes: two questions : i am running a gtx-760 oc that requires 8+6 additional pci-e connectors - is it okay to use a single lead and utilise both connectors from that, or should i use 2 discrete cables for supply ? i note that the gtx is gigabyte "overclock" model, but have also bumped the core a small additional amount without voltage adjust (there isn't facility to do that) also, on the link software i have the ability to choose multi rail (default), or single rail - does my cable choice above influence what i should choose ? i haven't tried gaming yet, pending answers, as i don't want to cause a problem if the card needs a different arrangement of the power leads the machine is running a venerable 2500k, mildly o/c'd to 4.2ghz at 1.225vid, with 2x8gig sticks of G.Skilll at 2133 10-12-12-31 1T it's old kit, but it rocks aplenty :cool: thanks for some clarification on the safety of my set up, and what the rails can do for me :dunno: cheers. ps. ignore my system specs on the link in my avatar - the socket a gear was the shizz last decade, running corsair with bh5 chips, but i've moved on a way since then, in many steps
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