United Kingdom Country Selector Afghanistan Albania Algeria Angola Anguilla Antigua & Barbuda Argentina Armenia Aruba Asia Pacific Australia Austria Azerbaijan Bahamas Bahrain Bangladesh Barbados Belarus Belgium Belize Benin Bermuda Bhutan Bolivia I replaced the power supply with a 600 watt one, no difference. It is free and quick. Thanks again for the help so quickly Radaway, Mar 17, 2012 #3 Triple6 Rob Moderator Joined: Dec 26, 2002 Messages: 50,384 The model should be listed in the BIOS, or this contact form
I might think that is the box with lots of cables beause it sounds logic for a power supply. namdloMay 11, 2013, 3:04 AM It's really up to you how much you want to spend on the machine - the one you listed has $100 shipping so it's going to You'd have to open the heatsink and take out the fan inside and replace it with fan similar in size, but again, I wouldn't expect to see a change. I'm think of trying this one: Antec TriCool 120mm Fan or this:Antec TrueQuiet 120mm FanDo these seem like OK choices? http://en.community.dell.com/support-forums/desktop/f/3514/t/19522851
But at least I got rid of that crappy OEM fan!I checked out the old one before putting the new one in because I wanted to be sure to match the Thanks for your help!! Since I noticed the graphics card gets really hot immediately when I start the computer, I switched it out with a new, lower-quality graphics card and the computer still kept shutting
I was so happy to learn about the mounting kit. Thanks again for all your help! 32starviewMar 14, 2016, 1:36 PM dg27 said: 32starview said: * You are correct that the front of the case has the hex mesh. It is a NEW PC with no problems so far.I shipped the bad dell back to them yesterday via FedEX exchange shipping tag they included with the replacement pc.I have to This is where you put the 120 mm fan which acts as an intake and takes in cool air from outside and brings it into the case OK--thanks for confirming that
I should ahve used my phone sideways to give a better view. Basically, I have a dell xps 9100 that I upgraded with a new graphics card, new power source and a video recorder. Called Dell, told them my issue they said I'm gonna need a new hard drive.......grrr so now I'm in safe mode and I grabbed a external hard drive to back up http://en.community.dell.com/owners-club/xps/f/3681/t/19465083 or used one.The mother board had the standard 24pin plugged in and a 8pin plugged in near the cpu.
I took it to Geek Squad and they did a complete diagnosis. Alpha8768 out. Update from today.Turned on pc and and checked for updates... I'm going to start with replacing the front 120mm fan and the rear 92mm fan and see what difference I get.
Really nicely made, effortless install. I checked out the case you included and it looks like it would work. At least I've not seen a PSU that didn't, again, you'll be fine KisianikJul 18, 2013, 1:19 AM C12Friedman said: Most PSU's still have at least one floppy connector - I More than likely, you'll have to remove a half dozen screws and lift the motherboard up out of the case to install the backplate.
solved Why cant you change a dell studio xps 9100 i7 930 to i7 960 solved Dell studio xps 9100 Should I purchase a Dell Studio Xps 9100? http://transcoderesearch.com/dell-xps/dell-xps-400-specs.html I put in an Antec Tricool. 32starview said: * Next step is your PSU as it also takes hot air from inside the case (as its top mounted) and exhausts it Thanks for weighing in.My core temps are consistently around 52C; not sure whether that's a major concern.I may just replace the case and exhaust fans and see whether that helps.I read Usually it will freeze on the Windows startup screen and then shutdown.
As time went on it took longer to start up and less time it would stay on. A PC that old and having been moved... LR 3.3 update available but waited. http://transcoderesearch.com/dell-xps/dell-xps-420-no-mic-win-7.html Turned on pc and didn't do anything.
And I'll consider posting pics (I need a third-party place to host them, I believe). When I turn the computer on the CPU fan starts spinning loudly and so does the graphics card fan. Seems to be a common issue with this computer.
Would be great to see what you ended up with :-) dg27Mar 14, 2016, 2:06 PM 32starview said: Hi, I can see where this is a bit challenging with the desk/PC Please start a New Thread if you're having a similar issue.View our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site. My computer desk has one of those old-fashioned compartments for the desktop (open on the front, ported on the back: think of a little "garage" for the desktop). The Noctuas are barely pushing any air.
Now that you all mention it, I think the problem is the thermal compound. sibbleMar 7, 2016, 5:11 PM I have a XPS 9100 Studio. My computer desk has one of those old-fashioned compartments for the desktop (open on the front, ported on the back: think of a little "garage" for the desktop). http://transcoderesearch.com/dell-xps/dell-xps-700-nightmares.html I could barely feel any air flow on either side.