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Yesterday I received the new carrier RM750X and it has a bad smell


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I assembled it on the computer already at the beginning there was a smell and almost a whole day passed and there is still a smell

Will we go back to sleep?

 

 

editing:

I went back to sleep

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I'll probably go for it

NZXT 750W C750 Modular 80+ Gold PSU

https://tms.co.il/sff-pc?product_id=104130

או

https://tms.co.il/sff-pc?product_id=18303

 

Also high quality with 10 years warranty

And my old supplier is too Bronze

And there is that

https://tms.co.il/sff-pc?product_id=105469

A tempting offer but not enough information about it

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according to https://linustechtips.com/topic/1116640-psucultists-psu-tier-list/

All in A - TIER

 

I want to avoid them because he accepted that their name was probably old and it caused a leak

You will know what will happen if I get another and accept that her name will last half a year

 

Does what I say make sense?

It's hard for me to trust a company that gets an A TIER score and suddenly there are QA glitches at a simple level

 

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I just assume it's a capacitor (electrolyte has an odor as you describe),

But that's just my assumption.

It is possible to fall for a defective product of any company.

The question is how to handle it (on behalf of the manufacturer).

Ultimately, product service is the deciding factor,

Because anything can "die" after a year - two years, and vice versa,

A "raid" product can function for a decade.

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A "raid" product can function for a decade.

Yes but statistically it is better to go for a supplier or product in general at a high level

If it is going to serve the following computers as well

 

Because even the old supplier I currently have is 10 years old

And it's not a crash or something just plain boring to replace

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Yes but statistically it is better to go for a supplier or product in general at a high level

 

Yes, obviously better.

My intention was, that there is no knowing what you will actually receive ...

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