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  1. Hi, I'm trying to get an hx1200i to post an Asus z270-A mobo. I ran these 2 together no prob for 2yrs then the hx1200i went 'bang'. I've RMA'd it and now can't get the Asus z270-A to post. However I can get the mobo to post with a spare Corsair Rm550x and I can get the hx1200i to post a different board too. I've stripped the z270-a down to bare components. The led power light comes on and the cpu fan spins but no post. Bizarre given both post other systems ok. I booted the z270-a into win 10 and left it for 24hrs with the 550 psu but the hx1200i won't Post it. Any suggestions?
  2. Habe ein gebrauchtes aber unbenutzte Corsair RM550X Netzteil bei willhaben gekauft. Lt. Verkäufer hatte es zu wenig Anschlüsse für ihn und er hat es nur einmal eingebaut aber nicht benutzt. Das Teil stammt lt mitgegebener Rechnung von Amazon gekauft 02/2018. Ich habe es gestern in meinen PC korrekt eingebaut, der Schalter Rückseite stand auf 0 und das Netzkabel war noch nicht mit der Steckdose verbunden. Alle Anschlüsse waren korrekt montiert. 24Pin, Gpu, SATA's, CPU. Als ich fertig war hab ich das Teil mit dem Stromkabel verbunden, den Schalter auf I gestellt und ich bin mir nicht mehr so ganz sicher ob es da schon geknallt hat oder erst beim PC Schalter drücken. Auf jeden Fall fiel sofort der FI Stromschutzschalter und im Anschluss hab ich das Teil sofort vom Netz getrennt und ausgebaut. Ich habe mein vorheriges schwächeres Rasurbo 450 BAP wieder eingebaut und wieder ganz normal den PC gestartet der auch noch ganz normal hochgefahren ist und zum Glück alles läuft. Ich habe gelesen, das man ein Corsair Netzteil mittels Büroklammermethode selber testen kann, indem man mit einer Büroklammer die Pins 4 und 5 im montierten 24Pin Kabel verbindet. Meine Frage: Wie finde ich Pin 4 und 5 richtig heraus? Indem ich oben entlang gehe, oder von links von oben nach unten zähle nach rechts fortlaufend (Klemme oben). Funktioniert das überhaupt, oder ist das (zu) gefährlich? Ich habe dies bezüglich bereits auch ein Ticket eröffnet. Gibt es da noch eine Möglichkeit die Garantie nutzen zu können. Ich hab vom Käufer die Amazon Rechnung als PDF mitgesendet bekommen und in meinem Ticket beigefügt? Der PC ist momentan nicht nutzbar da mein altes Netzteil keinen Stromanschluss für eine stärkere GTX1070ti hat. Danke für etwaige Hilfestellungen
  3. I just install a new RM550x in my PC, when I turn the system on it will start to boot, after approximately 40 seconds (never at the same point) the Power Supply shuts down, I have taken all extra memory out, only one HD, and Vidoe card just bare bones. Mother Board is EVGA nForce 680i SLI, video card XFX Radeon R5 220 But still doesn't make it through the boot. Is there anyway to tell if the PS is shutting down because it can not handle the power. It seams like something is going on with the PS, but I can not tell for sure, any ideas would help Thanks in advance.
  4. Hello, I putting together a new system and have a Corsair RM550x power supply and a ASRock Extreme4 x390 motherboard. For the CPU it has an 8pin and a 4 pin connector but on the powersupply I have one have 8 pin connector. I also have 6 pin connector that can split to offer 4 pin as well but that will be used for the graphics card, GTX 1080. I've read that using the additional 4 pin is not required and indeed the system does POST to BIOS with just the 8 PIN how ever the manual states the additional 4 pin is required. Looking around seems most X390 boards have the 8+4pin except for the cheaper boards with less phases. So is the RM550x just not compatible with most Z390 board or is there another cable I can get that will allow this to work? I've seen there is peripheral power (molex) to 4 pin adapters but not sure about those and if that is the case is there a cable I can get that will fit into the back of the power supply peripheral section that goes straight to 4 pin? Thanks,
  5. Hi guys, First of all, Merry Christmas to all! We have a tower computer a core 10 with two video cards running Windows 10 64, nothing that fancy, just used for standard coding and internet services. Anyway, we are experiencing for some time some freezes once in a while, we notice that after a cleaning the freezes stopped, now we are getting the freezes again, but these is nothing to clean really, all fans are good and all. We have a Corsair Cooling system RM550X (H80i v2 Liquid Coler), and on the Corsair Link App (Firmware Ver. 2.8.0.0) we have several measurements, from all sort of temperatures and fan speeds. Everything is red... so it must be the app standard color. What we want to know, is what is the standard temperatures, the SAFE temperatures that each particular area should be working under. It is no good if we have all this data but we can't make sense of it. We appreciate very much any kind knowledgeable contributor that can help us understand what we are looking at, and perhaps help this way identify if there is something getting too hot. Much appreciated for any input. (P.S.: We have attached a print screen of the app as we see it here. Thx)
  6. So I am currently looking at either a Vega 56 or RX580 to replace a faulty 1060. However, my Corsair RM550x only has one Type 4 PCI-E cable (18 gauge) daisy chained to two 6+2-pin connectors. Buying another cable isnt an option since the PSU itself only has a connection for one PCI-E cable (it's a single rail model). I'm planning to undervolt either of the two, and if it becomes the Vega, use it in power saving mode. Is the cable on that PSU up to the job of running those cards? (power draw should be about 225 watts if i can tweak it correctly)
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