just bought a new gaming pc. I bought the parts from newegg and assembled is myself. i just shut it down after installing all of the drivers when I noticed the top of the case was warm. I opened the case and felt the PSU and it was warm.
Anything using electricity is going to generate heat. You say the PSU is "WARM" - by this do you mean it feels warm to touch and leave your hand in contact ? or does it get so hot that you have to move your hand away ?
Most important thing to check is your CPU temps and system temps where possible.
Hey guys, thanks for taking your time to help me.
I did some googling and found out that the issue was from the default 6-pin power connector for the video card that has two molex on the end. so instead I connected the 6 pin pci-E connector to the video card. nice and cool. all my temps are about 80-85F.