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monker1
(@monker1)
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Hi guys

Suffering from huge noise, I decided to replace PSU on my Razer Core X

My current system is MBP 15” 2018(Boot camp) + Razer Core X + Geforce 2080Ti. And I am using  external Samsung 4k Monitor. 

It has been fine with playing games but suddenly from a few month ago, fan noise became super loud. 

Anyway, here’s my replacement. 
 - PSU : Corsair SF750
 - Fan : Noctua NF A12x25 FLX (3pin)

Noctua works just fine. problem is SF750. 

When I install it, my com can’t detect eGPU. 
Power is ok so fan’s running and graphic card’s lights on. But nothing appears on my monitor. 

I checked all the cables but they are just fine. 

So I put back the original PSU on Razer core X, and it runs well. 

Should I install some drivers for new PSU? 
Or any recommendation or suggestions? 

I appreciate your help in advance

Best regards
Richard

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illlbilll
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Have you managed to fix the issue?

 

im looking into doing this mod

 

thanks

 

 

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Roman Dukhnytskyi
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It doesn't work for me either (
Does anyone know how to solve this?

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Roman Dukhnytskyi
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Plug in eGPU and restart the laptop. 

That will work)
It is not even heard how it works.

 

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solid0snak3
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I just had the same problem and my fix was to remove the PIN 14 to of the 24Pin Connector as the razer psu also doen't have this pin wired. Everything works now.

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