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    Unhappy need to repair my Gaming PSU

    From where can I repair my gaming 600w PSU... Or if u can repair, I'll pay u... Please let me know soon..

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    what's the model??

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    whats wrong with it?

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    It is ocz 600w.. Problem is that, I stopped using this PSU for 20 days, as I had another PSU.. Before stopping it was in good condition ... Yesterday I installed it into my CPU, when I powered on, all the fans of CPU PSU GPU and cooking start to run, but the system doesn't work..no display, no sound.. The fan keeps running.. But no device works.. I tested this PSU in another PC, the same problem occurs.. After once it is powered, no button works, even the power and restart button doesn't respond, just all the fan keeps running
    Last edited by Dna Mex; May 23rd, 2013 at 13:24.

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    You sure you didn't kill your system with that PSU?

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    And you try to sell that PSU in the shop section: http://banglagamer.com/showthread.ph...tt-sxs-SLI-CFX

    Time for some explanation bud(!)

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    It appears @MaDDy bhai knew something about him.

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    PSU repair korle ager moto performance pawa jaina.

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    Um, don't know but might be a coincident that i saw the same PSU selling post somewhere before than BG shop section And the PSU picture was exactly same where i saw it earlier... Btw, ei PSU tar pic dekhe model number ta die kisu review habijabi dekhsilam tokhn, eita 2004 a release paoa PSU, i mean almost like ANCIENT amol er mone hoise amar! So repair or use er chinta na kore better etake show piece hishebe rekhe deoa...

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    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    And you try to sell that PSU in the shop section: http://banglagamer.com/showthread.ph...tt-sxs-SLI-CFX

    Time for some explanation bud(!)

    When I tried to sell, it was OK, now it has problem,,, I had 3 PSU s,,I sold out 2 and I wanted to keep 1 for me, luckily or unluckily, OCZ remains,,, now I need to use it for me...

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    My system is OK,,,, now I need to repair it for personal use.. Let's see.. If it cannot be repaired, i 'll buy one ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ghost Riley View Post
    PSU repair korle ager moto performance pawa jaina.
    Bro, do u have experience about that? Give some detail on the issue...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dna Mex View Post
    From where can I repair my gaming 600w PSU... Or if u can repair, I'll pay u... Please let me know soon..
    if it's the same PSU ur trying to sell, Close the add ri8 now! and if u intend to sell it later DO mention that it was repaired/ has defect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ghost Riley View Post
    PSU repair korle ager moto performance pawa jaina.
    Somewhat True but then again it depends on identifying problem and how it was fixed. So example, When u find the problem it is wise to trace other weak but working components and replace them as well but that requires twice the amount of time or more than the time it actually takes to repair the core problem.

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