PSU howl and whine - need to replace

asmawa1, Jan 3, 5:05am
PSU howl and whine - need to replace I've had enough 'background noise' Suggestions on a replacaement (desktop/tower case) quiet psu most appreciated.

lostdude, Jan 3, 5:06am
*sigh* What power requirements does your desktop require?


asmawa1, Jan 3, 5:18am
*sigh* If you read my post I am trying to find a ** QUIET ** psu. 600/650 watts or more - who knows, but I am trying for quiet!

r.g.nixon, Jan 3, 5:19am
I just oil inside the fan don't touch any other parts inside the PSU - can be a killer (not joking)

lostdude, Jan 3, 5:22am
*sigh* yeah, forgot to polish my crystal ball since everyone knew you required a ~600-650watt PSU.

asmawa1, Jan 3, 5:26am
I am asking for advice on quiet psu units The capacity is irrelevant to the question - suggest you look down the porcelain bowl instaed of a crystal ball!

drsr, Jan 3, 5:29am
Enermax Modu82+ 625W See review here: http://tr.im/2v5n

I have one of these and it's lovely. Not cheap, but quality.

lostdude, Jan 3, 5:35am
*sigh* learn to provide the right info so you can get a proper relevant recommendation. Just asking for 'quiet' can get hundreds of recommendations. Guess you think you're right with your idiotic POV.

asmawa1, Jan 3, 5:39am
Thanks .

evoeater, Jan 3, 6:46am
In which case I reccommend a 0 Watt unit. They're damn quiet. Much quieter than the Enermax model above. They have to be custom made though, but are pretty cheap. I'd guess about $10

asmawa1, Jan 3, 7:15am
# 11 Nothing constructive to say - but couldn't help yourself from making a mess on the floor.

evoeater, Jan 3, 7:18am
What's wrong with my answer? Going by your requirements it's perfectly suitable

lostdude, Jan 3, 7:34am
Silence is a virtue.

pyro_sniper2002, Jan 3, 7:44am
Always thought that was knowledge my self.

lostdude, Jan 3, 7:51am
Actually there are 7 virtues: Chastity, Temperance, Charity, Diligence, Patience, Kindness & Humility. Silence should be the eighth.

kane199, Jan 3, 9:23am
Somone must be on the rag there's nothing wrong with 's response, recommend a 250w PSU and you'd have power/performance issues, gotta be informative if you want help, and respectful if you want a serious answer

umegaoka, Jan 3, 11:52pm
Check out recommendations from silentpcreview.com - under recommended PSUs

umegaoka, Jan 3, 11:56pm
Then check out what jonnyguru.com had to say on the PSU from a quality perspective...

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