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Maybe it is a combo of both bad PSU and logic board. FYI, and 850w PSU is complete overkill for that rig. 

 
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Try unplugging your LAN cable. Maybe wake on lan is some how turning it back on?

What this guy said^^^^ wake on lan maybe
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I had same thing happen to my daughter's computer but in reverse where the computer turned on but did not boot and could not turn if off unless I unplugged it from the wall. I tested with a new PSU and it did the same. I figured it was the mobo and gave her my gaming computer and put together my latest build. Most likely mobo is the problem.
 
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post #14 of 18
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Lord Xeb View Post

Maybe it is a combo of both bad PSU and logic board. FYI, and 850w PSU is complete overkill for that rig. 
The PSU is not bad. It has the same issue no matter what PSU I use on it. BTW the 850W is for when i upgrade to my gaming rig build... doesnt hurt to have extra headroom for now though.

To Aussie & Mikysee. It is not a wake on LAN issue, i have tried disabling wake on LAN and i run a wireless setup anyway so the computer would have to be on in order to know it has a connection.
Edited by Animag771 - 10/1/12 at 7:50pm
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Originally Posted by Animag771 View Post

The PSU is not bad. It has the same issue no matter what PSU I use on it.

Bad logic- A failing power supply can damage your motherboard and cause the problem. If you replace the board, without verifying the power supply is okay, then you risk damaging your new board. Power supply is almost always the first suspect, no matter the power rating........If you want to test it, put it in another computer and run OCCT power supply test, but before that, check the BIOS readings so that you can see any obvious voltage problems when it's under little stress.

Edit: I would also add that if the power supply is way too much for a system, it is likely running out of its spec'd efficiency range, leading to heat and stress.......which are both factors in accelerating the failure of a power supply unit.
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OH NO! Your computer has turned into the Resident Evil movie franchise. It just won't stop.
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post #17 of 18
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Well, got the computer running again. Still has the coming back to life issue and the freezing problem (which seems to be getting worse. But at least i can use it again.
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post #18 of 18
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Not trying to revive an old thread, but I have upgraded my motherboard/processor and the problem is now gone. It is so nice to be able to hit "shut down" and just walk away from my computer again, instead of having to sit down and have my hand ready to hit the switch on the back when it powers down. Oh and I forgot how much I love hibernate smile.gif

Ran OCCT power supply test for an hour with no issues so I guess the PSU is good.
Edited by Animag771 - 2/5/13 at 12:02pm
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