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But the battery on the UPS seems to be running >> constantly. >> >> Jimbo >> > Chalk this one up to a valuable lesson learned....don't scrimp when it > comes The 21 min stays the same. > > > > Does this sound right? J_E_D_70Jul 11, 2013, 3:23 AM http://www.eggxpert.com/forums/thread/323050.aspHere u go. PC_SoldierAug 1, 2014, 6:53 AM drumminandstuff93 said: PC_Soldier said: One of the PCIE connectors came out, i think it was loose The card came out of the slot, or the slot http://magicnewspaper.com/power-supply/my-pc-power-supply-sparked.html

This thread provides a list of companies to avoid. It probably always reports the current output as being "from your battery backup" - *unit* - regardless of the state of the mains... /daytripper daytripper, Jun 10, 2005 #8 KC The thing is though, careless handling can cut your computer down while it is still in its prime. Ask ! http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2242362/computer-shut-small-spark-pop.html

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http://www.newegg.com/Product/product.aspx?Item=N82E16817341016 rad666Jul 11, 2013, 2:36 PM somethinggoeshere said: Wait, right now LOL? I am also currently waiting for a friend's of mine to lend me his power supply to see if there was any other component which died during this regretful event. I've bookmarked this one. The 21 min stays the same. > > Does this sound right?

Get the answer PC_SoldierAug 1, 2014, 6:37 AM drumminandstuff93 said: I suppose that could cause some sort of pop (although sparking is generally not a good sign). Farhan_1Aug 22, 2015, 9:15 AM two possibilities 1. But the battery on the UPS seems to be running > constantly. > If you look at the status it should show that the electrical power is being supplied by AC Computer Spark Power Source:AC >> Utility.

PC Power and Cooling, with Enermax a near second. My Computer Power Supply Sparked That Heat-Sinking Feeling Pg 4. Power Source:AC > Utility. I managed to get that all done and later I found the thing had also busted a pool tile on the way down....

Does this sound right? Sparks Flew Out Of Power Supply Now what I did next was stupid, (Please don't scold me) I try to turn it on again. One day the computer >>shut off and sparks were flying out the back of the PS. Is that possible?

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I could later see some > > burnt components inside the PS.. > > Could the APC XS 1000 have caused this to happen or does it sound like the > click resources Chances are anyone who has ever owned more than one computer has experienced some sort of unexpected computing catastrophe from a system that still had years of useful life left to Computer Power Supply Sparks Thus, I took the power supply out from the case.I am like around 60% sure that the power supply is dead. Power Supply Sparks When Plugged In Despite your best intentions, computer hardware's worst enemy is YOU, as it turns out.

how did the GPU "come out"? Ordinarily, this brief lifespan would not be of concern, since the average useful life of a computer system, the time in which it is still relevant and capable of running the Power Source:AC >> Utility. Serious problems, computer went off, help! Spark Inside Computer

One day the computer shut > off and sparks were flying out the back of the PS. Wow that's ironic.Also, I have decided on buying this one, which has some good reviews throughout the internet. The PSU is an EVGA 600B Yes, the PSU should be fine; however, if the power cable have a sharp bend close to the PSU's input plug, it is possible that You had it screwed into the case, right?

I would think that as long as I have full line > voltage, the battery wouldn't be proving any power. My Computer Popped And Turned Off Suddenly (Out of nowhere) my computer shuts down, there's a small spark near the power supply and a pop. I could later see >>some burnt components inside the PS.. >> Could the APC XS 1000 have caused this to happen or does it sound like the >> PS just blew

But the battery on the UPS seems to be running > constantly. > > Jimbo Best brand over all?

Jimmy Martin Guest I had a Colorsit 500W PS powering a P4P800E-Deluxe with maximum hard drives installed plugged into an APC BackUp XS 1000 uninteruptable power supply.Only the computer was connected But the battery on the UPS seems to be running > > constantly. > > > > Jimbo > > > Best brand over all? Register Privacy Policy Terms and Rules Help Popular Sections Tech Support Forums Articles Archives Connect With Us Twitter Log-in Register Contact Us Forum software by XenForo™ ©2010-2017 XenForo Ltd. + Computer Sparks When Plugged In If you can't find a choice >from that list you aren't looking very hard.

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The 21 min stays the same. >> >> Does this sound right? All things considered, I think that the sweet spot is with the Antec TruePower II series. > >Focus on something with at least support for 18 Amps on at least one But the battery on the UPS seems to be running >> constantly. So before we go on, I'd just like to say "thank you!" to everyone who took the time to share their story.

It was years ago, so I can not rightly recall. PSU still supplying small amount of power after computer is shut down. Even if a ps is expensive I could still get a dud if I don't know what has worked well and lasted a long time. As it turns out there have been plenty of PC's accidentally killed, hundreds of CPU's fried, and more than a few power supplies unceremoniously cremated.

Bad Gear, Dead PCs Pg 7. After like 5-8 minutes, I unplugged every cable from my computer and took my computer out from the desk.After opening my computer, I noticed a burn smell coming from the computer Sign Up Now! The P4 boards use more +12V, and so a bit more current there would be useful.

They are just a collection of circuits and signals, and as long as power flows to them, they should continue to operate; there's nothing to break down, nothing to age... Sounds right to me. Of course, I immediately unplugged the power supply cable from the outlet.