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computer turn off and turn back on moments later?

i got back home and hit the power button
i hear the computer running but my monitor is blank
then i hear the computer shut off
then it turns back up again as normal?
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We need far more information to troubleshoot. Maybe you had a brown out or power surge?

Your power supply could be failing.. (shrug)
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My mobo is doing exactly what you describe. In the morning I'll power it up, and 5 seconds later it shuts off then reboots. That's when i'm able to get into windows.. It doesn't do this every morning.. It's quite annoying though..

I thought it was my overclock, that was not the case.. My mobo is a P67A-UD7-B3.
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Gremlins


Revert your OC to normal bios default and try,
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Originally Posted by Coolio831 View Post
My mobo is doing exactly what you describe. In the morning I'll power it up, and 5 seconds later it shuts off then reboots. That's when i'm able to get into windows.. It doesn't do this every morning.. It's quite annoying though..

I thought it was my overclock, that was not the case.. My mobo is a P67A-UD7-B3.
looks like we have the same PSU
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Originally Posted by lolsergio View Post
looks like we have the same PSU
I really hope it's not my PSU its 2 months old.

On 2nd thought, I hope it's my PSU.. I really want tri-sli with some 570's.
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