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SPARKS FROM PSU

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  • Power Supplies
  • Cooler Master
  • Components
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May 19, 2010 3:40:06 PM

hi everyone, recently i bought one coolermaster extreme psu (PCAR-500) 500W. when i turned on the system the psu makes big sound and sparks coming frm it (cause on that day high voltage occured to everyone for raining), i turned system two times on, for two times PSU makes BIG SOUNDS and SPARKS cmg out, im not using ups one stabilizer is there, through stabilizer i ve connected to spyke buster, spyke buster to all components like cpu, modem, creative speakers adaptor, moniter...........whats my question is


EVERY COMPONENT IS WORKING GOOD STABILIZER, ADAPTORS, MONITER BUT PSU NOT WORKING, WHAT WILL BE THE PROBLEM IS ANYTHING HAPPENED TO PSU -- IS WARRANTY WILL BE GIVEN FOR HIGH VOLTAGE COMPONENTS?????????

AND ONE MORE QUESTION IS THAT ANYTHING WILL BE HAPPENED TO MOTHERBOARD, PROCESSOR, AND ESPECIALLY MY FAVORITE XFX HD 5770 CARD :( 

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PLZ SUGGEST ME IF THERE IS WARRANTY FACILITY FOR HIGH VOLTAGE COMPONENTS AND IS ANYTHING HAPPENED TO MOBO,PROCESSOR AND GRAPHIC CARD

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a c 144 ) Power supply
May 19, 2010 4:41:46 PM

obsidian86 said:

get a new power supply

Immediately.

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May 19, 2010 4:49:11 PM

nothing will be happened to motherboard and graphic card know
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a b ) Power supply
May 19, 2010 5:00:27 PM

you wouldn know till you get a new power supply

and get someting decent like
antec
seasonic
corsair
enermax
xfx
zippy

or on a tight budget
ocz
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May 19, 2010 6:41:37 PM

AND WHAT ABT WARRANTY FOR THAT PRODUCT IVE BOUGHT THAT ONE ON MAY1ST 2010 ONLY
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a b ) Power supply
May 19, 2010 6:50:20 PM

ranges from 2 to 3 yrs average
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May 19, 2010 6:56:45 PM

IS THERE ANY REPLACEMENT FOR BURNED COMPONENTS
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May 19, 2010 7:41:32 PM

chaitanya_mkin said:
IS THERE ANY REPLACEMENT FOR BURNED COMPONENTS


Please don't go try and fix it yourself, getting 220 is not pleasant at all, not for you or for you pc.
I've seen some of my colleagues get shocked pretty bad after "fixing" something.

Just to be safe buy a new one or call upon the warranty.
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