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My first wc build worked great for about two weeks, then I went out of town (the rig was off the entire time) and when I came back, it booted but the monitor went into standby after almost 5 minutes.
I tried turning off the monitor's power settings that allow sleep, but it didn't work. I also tried a different(lower resolution) monitor, and it worked longer, but it too went into standby, unable to wake, while everything else in the rig was on and seemingly working fine.
I'm using the rig in my signature, can someone please offer help? I'm really freaking out
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post #2 of 11
Could it have leaked a bit then dried up? Well maybe not casue it would still be leaking. Somtimes unplugging psu and every cable helps sort things out. Maybe try onboard video as well.
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So your basic problem is the computer just randomly goes into sleep? Does it do this at idle, or in the middle of you using it?
post #4 of 11
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it's not exactly going to sleep, just the monitor, everything else still works fine, the Qcode on the mobo is still the exact same as before the monitor shuts off.
and to answer your other question, it does it either at idle or if i'm using it, it doesn't really care about how i feel.
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Originally Posted by TGTBATQ View Post

it's not exactly going to sleep, just the monitor, everything else still works fine, the Qcode on the mobo is still the exact same as before the monitor shuts off.
and to answer your other question, it does it either at idle or if i'm using it, it doesn't really care about how i feel.

But wiggling the mouse doesnt turn the monitor back on?
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Nope, not a thing. Wiggling/clicking the mouse, pressing the keyboard, turning the monitor on/off, nothing.
I've narrowed it down to either my graphics card, or the power supply. (I think)
i ran futurmark, and my entire computer shut down after about a minute and a half.
the screen didn't turn off, the computer just flat out shut down
i'm genuinely thinking it's a powersupply issue.. can anyone give any insight?
Edited by TGTBATQ - 1/4/13 at 9:50pm
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post #7 of 11
Have another power supply to test?
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unfortunately not
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post #9 of 11
Are you running everything stock right now?

Start step by step.

Plug in only the necessities and go from there.

Try 1 stick 'o ram...etc...

I mean, it is a pain in the butt to remove the WC loop, but my only suggestion is go back to stock and see if it still gives you the problem.

Good luck!
 
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post #10 of 11
Hi,
I have the same problem, happen yesterday - Monitor just go's off mad.gif

Running:
3770K
Gigabyte GA-Z77X-UD3H
32 GB Ram
GTX 470
850w Be Quite PSU

Been fine for about 5 months
My problem is a bit different, I'm sure its not my 470 gfx card because testing with on board gfx the computer just turns off once windows loads, completely turns off.

That's about as far as I've got doing testing.
I'll keep you updated,

Sorry for hijacking your thread, rolleyes.gif
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