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    Default Re: EX58-UD4P + AHCI + SSD == unstable

    I only find one thread via search with BeQuiet PSU's and X58 and the user was fine one he sorted his issue, IE Not the PSU.
    http://forums.tweaktown.com/f69/ex58...82/index2.html

    It was a 850W

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    Default Re: EX58-UD4P + AHCI + SSD == unstable

    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    I am using an Ultra X3 850W
    Your PSU might be part of the problem? 600W is pushing it on X58
    Problem solved: It was indeed the BeQuiet PSU. Who would have thought that it was able to power the system with three HDDs, nVidia GT9800 under full load and a CPU under full load, but would fail when a single SSD was connected.

    My guess is that because the SSDs transfer data at a much higher rate, the PSU is not able to keep the 3.3V stable enough when the data transfer starts or stops.

    I currently have an LC 680W PSU connected and the system has been stable ever since.

    However, I am rather unhappy with the LC. It makes much more noise. Do you have any recommendation for a really quiet PSU?

    Thanks a lot

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    Default Re: EX58-UD4P + AHCI + SSD == unstable

    if you like taking stuff apart like me you can change the fans in the psu for quieter ones,measure them so you know what size fans and thickness,noctua fans are silent fans if you wanted to replace them,they would be far quieter than the cheap ones the manufacturers use
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    Default Re: EX58-UD4P + AHCI + SSD == unstable

    That ^^^

    I use and suggest Ultra PSU's, but you have to get a good one as they do make some fairly crappy ones! They are very quiet too!

    I am using 2 850W models without issue on X58 even during extreme overclocking using dry ice.

    Model is ULT40312, here is a link in case you want to check them out, $169 right now or you can probably get on ebay for a better price if you keep your eye out.
    Ultra X3 ULT40312 850-Watt Power Supply - ATX, SATA-Ready, PCI-E Ready, Energy Efficient, Modular, Lifetime Warranty at TigerDirect.com

    As for others that would be good, not sure I only use Ultra myself. You will have to wait for others to tell you their thoughts. I do know Zalman don't get along with these boards, and neither do some of the Corsair TX line I think.

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