Question about Antec PP-303XP 300WATTS ATX12V ATX POWER SUPPLY (P4 OK) (pp303x) 300-Watt Power Supply
I THINK I REMEMBER reading that Antec had introduced a feature on some of their psu s where essentially the fan(s) were thermally controlled - if the psu was not working very hard it remained cool and the fan remained off but as the psu got warm with additional load it gradually increased fan speed. Perhaps this the issue you are seeing and nothing is wrong ?
PSU's are generally difficult to open and contain few accessible parts. some you can actually change the fan. I don't know about yours though.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The best thing I could find was something like this: http://www.cwc-group.com/20atxpoextca.html
This will work if your main power connector is a 20-pin connector. I'm not exactly sure what to do if your main power connector is a 24-pin connector.
Posted on Mar 04, 2011
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