Hey, this problem really give me a headache. My Pc use to reboot when i was playing, i checked the temps and nothing, so i switched eco mode off and 0 reboots yet, anyway im going to upgrade my cpu (Bottleneck) but im worried that the problem come back again, so idk if change my psu or buy the cpu h..
Hi, as it says in the topic my new rig that I build a month ago just lost it's valued member, psu. Other components in this rig:
Asrock x570 phantom gaming 4
16gb vengeange lpx
M2, ssd, hdd and sound card
:edit: ryzen 5 3600
No overclocking at all.
What i find most perplexing i..
Hello,I own an EVGA 1000w G3 power supply and I was looking to buy or "acquire" an AC wall power cord. What I mean by "AC power cord" is the three prong external cord that plugs into the wall and connects to the PSU externally (its black). Thing is, I can't find anywhere on the EVGA website, third p..
Is it same to purchase cablemod cables for my evga g3 I always hear things about this sense wire. Thought I would ask first..
So tonight after dinner thought I'd fire up my gaming rig and play a bit and after an hour I decided to take a break and walked away from the pc for about 10 minutes. I came back to my unit and after a couple mouse clicks I got a BSOD with a Faulty Hardware stop code. The pc then tried to fix itself..
Hello everyone. I keep looking at the compatibility list and keep getting confused because of G1 with no +
I'm trying to finish a build as a Christmas present for a good friend I purchased a 750 watt G+ psu
The problem is the gpu is an 8 + 6 pin the G+ only has 8 pin vga cables..
Do you turn ECO on or off?
I actually totally forgot about the ECO on/off. While i was gaming i encounter below issues. 1. my PSU keep turn on the fan for 5 seconds and off. 2. randomly shutdown Later i realized i can turn off ECO since then i haven't encounter any restart/shut down problem. spec..
I bought a evga 1300 g2 power supply .installed it into my pc case and was doing some testing with fan and fan controller.with just 10 fans and one fan controller plugged in and with a 24 pin bridge connecter connected i powered up the psu to test out the fans on my rads.the psu seem extremely nosie..
First of all, what does "individually sleeved" mean? And I want to run a 8 pin power cable and a 6 pin power cable separately to my RTX 2080 I notice the extra cables that come with the PSU have the 6 and 8 but they seem to be daisy chained/piggy backing each other? Like it ends with a 6 pin and the..