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post #1 of 7
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Hey guys. There is a power issue i am facing at the moment and I don't know how to go about it. Every night, I turn my pc off, and switch off the main power. The problem is, when I turn the main switch back on and press the power button to switch on my computer, it does nothing for 15-20 seconds and it feels like its progressing so it might take 25-30 seconds soon for me to be able to power on my machine.

When I turn on the main switch, motherboard does get power as all the lights on the motherboard light up.

What could be the problem?

Also, 2 3 months ago, computer randomly turned off and there was a massive heat coming out my pc, to the point I couldn't hover my hand over my pc for more then 10 seconds without burning. So, I opened up my case, cleaned everything, re-connected all the connectors and after it cooled down, pc turned on normally. Although, I resetted my overclock just in case. Since then, pc overheated once more only.

What should I do or how should I check what the problem is?

Thank you in advance
    
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post #2 of 7
could be a power supply issue , I say run a benchmark like prime95 , are intel burntest and see if the computer shuts down if it does not its not your power supply ,

-ROG
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so your saying I should run a Intel Burntest and if my computer shuts down, its not a power supply problem?
    
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post #4 of 7
yes run the burn test , and if it shuts down IT IS your power supply , because the test will stress the computer therefore using allot of power and that will put the power supply to test
to see if its faulty !
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Oh wow what you have there is a Topower made unit and its ancient it is at least 6 years old

its not even 80 plus
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post #6 of 7
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rights, I've just done a intel burntest and cpu went upto 58c, no shutdowns but screen turned gray then black 2 3 times but im guessing its because it maxed out my cpu and rams.
    
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post #7 of 7
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also, i just turned my pc off, (not from main) and it switches back on.
i turned my pc off again (from main too) and it switched back on.

so somehow, having the main off for period of time causes this problem :/
    
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