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Hey, i was downloading something yesterday and since it was 18 min untill it completed, i then went to bed but i think it was weird that the pc turned off earlier than expected but did not think it was to worry about..

But when i now woke up and turned on the pc, it wouldnt respond at all!

Please help.
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post #2 of 8
Sounds like the PSU blew out. I know someone's going to say "NOT POSSEBRUUU AT IDLE!!!", but it is an I've seen it happen. Is you're mobo getting power?
Edited by TheLawIX - 5/25/13 at 8:26pm
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DId you try jumping out the PSU to make sure its the culprit...
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But it is an 1050w and it can handle one more gpu before it's limit... how can it die cause of that?


And btw, i saw a green light at the bottom of the motherboard that had a light that said pwr so i unplugged the 24 pin power cable and attached it again and now the pc work.

But why did it die like this in the first place? that is the main question of mine smile.gif

Cause if it does this again i would then know the cause.
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post #5 of 8
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Originally Posted by sonarctica View Post

But it is an 1050w and it can handle one more gpu before it's limit... how can it die cause of that?


And btw, i saw a green light at the bottom of the motherboard that had a light that said pwr so i unplugged the 24 pin power cable and attached it again and now the pc work.

But why did it die like this in the first place? that is the main question of mine smile.gif

Cause if it does this again i would then know the cause.

A PSU doesn't die just because it's at maximum capacity, it can blow at any draw for a variety of reason. It's very possible you had some sort of electrical surge that triggered a PSU or MB safety feature, locking it down.
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When that happens, my pc normally shuts down and then starts again cause of the antisurge safety trigger the MB has. But this time it shut down and stayed dead untill i detached the 24pin powercable and and attached it again., then it came alive again.
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Originally Posted by sonarctica View Post

When that happens, my pc normally shuts down and then starts again cause of the antisurge safety trigger the MB has. But this time it shut down and stayed dead untill i detached the 24pin powercable and and attached it again., then it came alive again.

I have an FSP 750W PSU (excellent PSU from back in the day) And it has one lose wire in the P24 connector. At random times, I won't be able to boot the system, and I have to jiggle the P24 to start it up. Even if no one has touched it in days, the cable can still creep.
So I would check all 24 wires going into it for anything excessively loose.
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Well, my powercable has one 24 pin istead of one extra that some psu's comes with for older motherboards.
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