My psw is hissing everytime when i open games or i transfer some data.I can reapply silicone back on the coil or something that i can fix it?
i have special tools to repair electronics,so why not?May be coil whine. In any case, nJoy is infamous for selling junk PSUs to Eastern Europe with fake 80-plus certificates, so the best solution would be to upgrade the PSU rather than repairing an extremely poor quality one.
Special tools to make a garbage PSU a quality one? I want to see that.i have special tools to repair electronics,so why not?
ok,the psw is a 600W,i5-9400f,Gtx1050Ti cerberus,mobo:Asus H310-M-A, A ssd 450GbSpecial tools to make a garbage PSU a quality one? I want to see that.
What kind of vacuumizing machine do you use for transformer varnish impregnation?
In all seriousness, what model nJoy PSU do you have and what are your other components (namely, graphics card)?
They've actually been a bit less blatant in recent years. Way back, after getting a couple of PSUs over the 80 Plus "line" they decided to celebrate by simply assigning all their PSUs whatever 80 Plus badge they felt like. Nowadays, they mostly just say that they "meet" 80 Plus certification and don't even have the fake all-orange 80 Plus badge they used for a while.600 is a wattage. Not a model.
Is it the nJoy Legion, Freya, Titan+ or Synergy or other?
EDIT: You know what. It doesn't matter. I was going to say the Titan+ doesn't seem so bad, but it looks to be terrible quality as well. They're all garbage. Replace it.