Question Noise coming from PSU, is this coil whine?

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Replace the PSU anyway. M12II 620w has a very outdated internal design that struggles with the powerspikes of every recent GPU actually struggles with every system since 2013 when C6/C7 powerstates where introduced because it don't meet ATX2.4 spec.
 

DSzymborski

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Gotta second the others here. It's about as good a PSU as can be found using the archaic design, but it is an archaic design. Running a 1050 Ti? Sure. Running a GPU that currently requires $1500 to obtain? Not in this lifetime, not in the next.
 

DSzymborski

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A GPU like this shouldn't involve anything that's not top-tier.

 
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These are my only options based on availability in my country (from least expensive to most expensive):

Which would be best?


https://www.corsair.com/us/en/Categories/Products/Power-Supply-Units/rm-series-config/p/CP-9020054-NA

https://www.thermaltake.com/toughpower-grand-rgb-650w-gold-full-modular.html


The corsair and thermaltake is almost the same price. The inwin is around 30 bucks more expensive.
 

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Replace the PSU anyway. M12II 620w has a very outdated internal design that struggles with the powerspikes of every recent GPU actually struggles with every system since 2013 when C6/C7 powerstates where introduced because it don't meet ATX2.4 spec.
I agree, different hardware like Ampere will cause issues with incompatible PSUs.
 

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