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Computer randomly crashing during gaming?

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I was playing BF3 today, and randomly my computer shut off, completely. It wasnt like a BSOD or anything...it just shut off, like when the power goes out. Quick, and sudden.

I pressed the power button and nothing would happen, so I powered down the surge protector and turned it back on, no luck...unplugged the power cable from the back of the psu, plugged it back in, and it started right up. Any ideas..?
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i5 7600k @ 4.6 GHz Gigabyte Z270XP EVGA 1080Ti FE Corsair 16GB DDR4 
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PNY SSD Corsair H100i 
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i5 7600k @ 4.6 GHz Gigabyte Z270XP EVGA 1080Ti FE Corsair 16GB DDR4 
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PNY SSD Corsair H100i 
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Yeah replace your PSU, that's a shocking PSU and I think it's like best buy's own branded crap.

]Dynex 520w ATX specs import voltage 110V; output voltage +12V1DC; max load 18.0A; min load 1.0A; power peak 520w; regulation +-5%; ripple 120mV; noise200mV; power good signal 100-500mS; power fail signal 1mS Min; hold-up time 16mS Min


Lol 18A on your 12v rail... not enough dude, not enough.

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Edited by compuman145 - 11/21/11 at 4:52am
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Dynex 520w ATX specs [import voltage 110V; output voltage +12V1DC; max load 18.0A; min load 1.0A; power peak 520w; regulation +-5%; ripple 120mV; noise200mV; power good signal 100-500mS; power fail signal 1mS Min; hold-up time 16mS Min

Stupid site isn't letting me edit my post so. 18A on the 12v rail is too low
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