I owm a system with VS650 psu and a RX580 8gb.

Problem is, electricity in my area is not reliable at all. It goes out whenever it likes.

Fortunately I have 1kVA Solar Inverter. Whenever the PC is idling, lights of whole house start flickring like crazy. when gaming everything behaves normal, flickering goes away (PC runs smoothly).

But whenever a fan, or any motor or even a cell phone charger is turned on, the display goes out for a few seconds. The LCD display itself does not go out but the signal from the PC goes out.

Why do corsair use horribly small energy saving components(Capacitors) on input side????

Should i just make a Full Bridge Rectifier with huge caps and run my pc on it?

It is pain whenever the washing machine is turned on and it revolves in both directions alternatively every 5 second!! So i get black screen every 5 second.


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    \$\begingroup\$ If your PSU is generating such a huge impact when it is idling, I'd consider the possibility that your PSU is broken. And if your net is so horrible, I'd also consider using a UPS which should help in both directions. \$\endgroup\$ – Arsenal Feb 11 at 7:09
  • \$\begingroup\$ Psu works fine under load (Gaming). Does my psu contain active PF correction? If it does active PF, then it is causing problem when running on an ups. Is there any negative effect of running the PC on DC with 300V peak voltage. I get 220V rms on mains and same 220V out of ups. \$\endgroup\$ – Vikas Kumar Feb 11 at 8:04

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