Oskar45 wrote:Hmm - does that mean, if you shut off monitoring on the L1, the box would not die even if the voltage gets too low???
Oskar45 wrote:If that's so, there seems then to be no need in this case to get a new mobo...
nekonoko wrote:Oskar45 wrote:If that's so, there seems then to be no need in this case to get a new mobo...
Pretty much ... as hamei said, he's been running his Fuel (which has the same problem) for two years without an issue
Oskar45 wrote:OK... as I already got a new mobo, I'll ask my local SGI support to take it back again and give me my old one
hamei wrote:Didn't mean to come off as quite so negative about the Fuel
nekonoko wrote:Oskar45 wrote:OK... as I already got a new mobo, I'll ask my local SGI support to take it back again and give me my old one
Heh, I wouldn't do that in your case as you're entitled [skip]So far my Fuel hasn't exhibited this problem (fingers crossed) ...
Obelix wrote:I am sorry, but it is not a question of a buggy environmental monitor.[...] By the way, I really love (loved?) my Fuel.
Obelix wrote:I am sorry, but it is not a question of a buggy environmental monitor.
When my Fuel began flooding me with warning messages about the +5V line exceeding 5.5V, I checked the voltage with a precision voltmeter and found it was absolutely true.
Oskar45 wrote:hamei wrote:An updated Octane would be tits.Oskar45 wrote:... what would *you* think is the computer equivalent of what we call in German "eierlegende Wollmilchsau" ...
Precisely what updates have you in mind?
Now, is there anyone knowing (a) how to repair it (this info is available for the PSU of the Indy...), or (b) where to get another?
The only supplier I know of asks 550 US$ from a new one - more than I paid for the whole thing.
SAQ wrote:It might be a common ATX PSU- you could get a good one (e.g. Antec) and put it in. Make sure though, they aren't always the same.
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