So I just built my new PC and I noticed my Corsair TX850M fan wasn't spinning at all. I was freaking till I read that these PSUs have a fanless mode when running at low power usage/cool temp.
My question how can I push my PSU to the max to make sure the fan is working? I tried running prime for an hour but that didn't do much. --- hmm...
#2mrtywerPosted 6/11/2014 1:46:10 PM(edited)
Moar grafix cradz.
For real, though, having a lot of peripherals will cause a higher power drain - using inefficient, older hard drives can use more power - MOLEX vs Sata power... --- MSI H87-G43 | Intel Core i5-4690 @ 3.5 Ghz | 8G Gskill Ripjaws X @ 1600 | Sapphire Radeon R7 260x
I'm guessing the PSU is too OP for the rest of my specs to do much damage. --- hmm...
#4KillerTrufflePosted 6/11/2014 2:09:06 PM
Even loading CPU and GPU to their max TDP, you're not likely to be using over 300-350W, so no, you're nowhere *close* to that PSU's maximum. Short of adding more power hungry components, I'm not sure how you could max your PSU out. --- "How do I get rid of a Trojan Horse?" -Sailor_Kakashi "Leave it outside the gates of Troy overnight." -Davel23