Originally Posted by patonb
Yes its very vrry dangerous... the capacitors store huge amounts of current and are discharged if you accidently hit them... very bad for you.
Does the roa sound like fan bearrings, or is it the fans themselves?
What is the temps like by the psu and case?
Thanks for your reply!
And I will remember what you said about the capacitors too.
When I stuck a wood pencil inside the cage and stopped the fan, all noise ceased immediately [ I just realized that I had better be more careful just in case graphite can conduct electricty]!
All temps are just fine. CPU is running low 30's normal load, 40's under high load.
Computer case is also showing great temps.
And the PSU feels merely warm after I turn off the computer after a few hours and check it. So I see no overheating aspects whatsoever.
I am not sure if it is the fan or the bearing....are taking these cases apart very difficult?
Any other ideas?