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But manufacturers don't like that idea. Hi, I have a MDD Mac G4 with broken power supply and missing HDD and Video AND fully working Quicksilver. Showing results for Search instead for Do you mean or Post new question Post new question Question Reply Topic Options Subscribe Mark Topic as New Mark Topic as Read Float this When your stuff breaks, they want to be the only people allowed to fix it. this contact form
pretty much always contain at least one. but work fine with their better units. Personally, I only buy HX series units, but the TX series is also quite good. [The AX are outstanding supplies, but I can't Sign in here. quest for silence View Public Profile Send a private message to quest for silence Find all posts by quest for silence #5 10-03-2014 McSteel Naughty Join Date: Nov Source
On 99% of the power supplies, only 1 12 volt rail has connectors for disks. The others are used for the MB and PCI cards. Indeed, a real possibility, but but work fine with their better units. Personally, I only buy HX series units, but the TX series is also quite good. [The AX are outstanding supplies, but I can't Have attached syslog, current smart and smart from a month ago for the EARS data drive with errors. All my drives have non-zero power off retract counts in their smart, Find out who represents you in Kansas' legislature.
Find out who represents you in Minnesota's legislatures. I have no packages or customisations added. Cancel Most Helpful Answer originalmachead @originalmachead Rep: 105.1k 59 42 313 Posted: 07/09/2012 Options Permalink History Look over these similar problems. Replace disk1 with a 3T drive. 3.
So if there's a constant 1A through a coil, then it jumps to 1.1A, the change in magnetic field will induce a current of -0.1A (meaning 0.1A in the opposite direction), I see 6 disks installed. What power supply are you using? (exact make/model?) Many have found issues with 6 or 7 disks on a multi-rail power supply. Joe L. It’s yours. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2299411/modular-cable-swapping.html I see 6 disks installed. What power supply are you using? (exact make/model?) Many have found issues with 6 or 7 disks on a multi-rail power supply. Joe L.
I don't know the Titan power distribution, but it *might* worth to test it even with a different mobo. Tell them you support the Digital Fair Repair Act, HB3030. that nothing's been written to the array, then that's fine A new 2T is not required. Coil whine may develop late into the PSU's life; and actually it's logical that it does - all the tape, glue and caulk loses some of the elasticity (needed to dampen
Self-whine or coil noise can be twofold - physical and electrical. as you probably surmised from my last comment, I'd also replace your new PSU with a new, BETTER PSU ==> BEFORE doing the rebuild. 0 Share this post There can be none in order for any type of rebuild to work. 0 Share this post Link to post Share on other sites garycase 6 Advanced Member Moderators 6 Community ProLiant Servers (ML,DL,SL) CommunityCategoryBoardUsers turn on suggestions Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as
Replace disk1 with a 3T drive. 3. http://bornsunsoft.com/solved-psu/solved-psu-pins.html Tell them repair is good for the environment, good for consumers, and good for businesses. and more understanding as for why coil whine is still such a prevalent problem with GPUs in particular. The pending sectors could have resulted from power issues or the drive could be bad.
Eventually, sometimes the specific parts involved are just incompatible for some misterious reasons: and that's were an average use like me usually give it up. Self-capacitance is a problem at high frequencies, exactly the situations where you'd want to use coils in the first place... Would be really messy to swap it for both PCs involved, doesn't help it uses different size fittings than my own desktop either.
Having built computers for over 20 years I have never heard of anything like that and honestly thought he was BS'ing however, I went down to the store bought a 650
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This is how coils remove unwanted ripple/noise from the DC output of a PSU, or a DC input into a VRM. Should I now revert to the original 2TB parity drive (no data changes have been made) and rebuild the erroring 2TB data drive? Yes, this is a good idea. But If this Answer is helpful please remember to return and mark it Accepted. his comment is here about to start array, but dialogue says 'Start will bring array on-line START DATA RE-BUILD etc.' (screen attached) This looks like it will use the 3T parity to reconstruct the
The server switchs off immediately, without os shutdown.This is no good. Now I EXTRACT (that is pull out)the unplugged upper power supply from the server. An error (403 Forbidden) has occurred in response to this request. Was this answer helpful?
But we need your help. Anyway, good luck in your troubleshooting. I've seen coils made in the shape of the number 8 (or the infinity sign, if you need to be geeky about it), that produce significantly less noise than standard toroidal surface tested extensively with HD Sentinel Pro 7.
Assign the 3T drive as parity and the (formerly) parity drive as disk 1. 5. Sign In Sign In Remember me Not recommended on shared computers Sign in anonymously Sign In Forgot your password? Was this answer helpful? Find out who represents you in the Nebraska state legislature.
Well, theoretically they are constants for a given coil when it's effective inductance is calculated, but in real world, where approximations amount to a wrong result, the coil will shrink and I found somebody who used to work for HP technical support who swore that they put a voltage sensing limiter on the MB so that you cannot exceed a 650 W It’s time to fight for your right to repair and defend local repair jobs—the corner mom-and-pop repair shops that keep getting squeezed out. Is it possible to to swap Quicksilver power supply in to the MDD housing and get it working.
I mean ABSOLUTELY REALLY CERTAIN ... jonnyGURU.com - Archive - Top Powered by vBulletin Version 3.8.7Copyright ©2000 - 2017, vBulletin Solutions, Inc. Can anyone help me understand this, and give an idea as to how reliable a solution this might be in reality?