07-18-2019 09:47 PM
Does the HP Envy 795-0040XT (Product number: 4AB23AVT#ABA) have a passive fan mode power supply?
I am asking this basically because I realized that the PSU fan does not work in my PC (I don't know when it stopped working or if it ever worked), however I have not had any other problems even when I have used it for very demanding CPU games.
@Grzwacz let me know that many newer power supplies have a passive fan mode where the fan does not run unless the power supply is getting hot, however I don't know how to identify if this model includes a PSU with passive fan mode.
Could you please help me?
Thanks in advance!
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07-21-2019 12:19 PM - edited 07-21-2019 12:24 PM
@sigmapol , welcome back to the forum.
@Grzwacz is correct in telling you that some of the newer PSU's have a zero RPM mode. However, there is no mention of this option in the specifications for your computer. There can be a switch to turn it on and off. I have a Corsair HX850i that has this feature that doesn't go into affect until the PSU uses a certain amount of wattage.
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