i got a 'Generic' 600w PSU
Asus P6T MB
1x SSD, 1x HDD, 1x CD-Rom
i used to have GT-240 card and now just got a HD-7850, on paper my PSU should handle it no problem @ all, but ever since i got it, the PSU is making this sharp pitch scream from time to time for 4-5 seconds. not super loud, but enough to be annoying, i am guessing it could be lack of power to the card?
instead of typing out it's easier to understand by looking at THIS picture
as u can see the sticker on the PSU as well as how many cables it runs out, and u can see i am actually running HD-7850 off just 1 IDE cable. the GREEN color lines is a possible method of re-wiring
im also aware that IDE/Sata power have both 12v and 5v line in it. Question is do u guys know if each one of those sata/ide outlet have independent circuit with it's own power rating? if u look at the picture, the IDE to PCi-E adapter is 2 to 1, will i make a difference if i get another Sata to IDE adapter, and run the 2nd cable that feed power to PCi-E off that empty sata line with the CD-Rom, since i rarely ever use CD.
in another word, if that 2x sata and 1x IDE cable share the same power rating then doing this will make no difference, re-wiring it will change anything?