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Problem with my asus

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All day today, my computer has been randomly rebooting out of no where and giving me the msg "Asus Anti-Surge protection has saved me from a surge" now that I try to reboot, computer would turn on for a split second and turn off and it would cycle through this.

Any clue what's going on? Is it the motherboard should I get a new one or can it be my psu?

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Edit I havnt OC this rig
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post #2 of 5
Try a different kettle lead, if that doesn't work then it's going to be the PSU or the internal connectors.

Do you have another PSU you can try?
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if it powers on for a sec then powers off then on again and then nothing shows up might be the cpu
or so it was in my case
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What bios are you running? have you tried clearing the CMOS? I would unplug the power cable pop the battery out, leave only the essential components in for a boot ie. hdd, gpu 1 stick of RAM etc and then pop the battery back in and try again.
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Tried a new kettle lead nothing, atm going to switch out the seasonic for my old corsair, for the bios, running on Asus efi bios that came with it, and yes I tried clearing cmos
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