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post #11 of 18
Comp just turns off? Then right back on for a while? Shutting off I would maybe say over heating...but if it can come right back up and stay up...no bsods I would agree with above and check out the psu if possible.
    
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I don't think it's overheating. I have 2x 200mm intake next to the GPU, a 140mm exhaust, a 240mm rad and a H100i cooler. Plus it's only recently started doing it, I've only just cleaned it all out, there's no reason for it to be overheating.

I'll probably RMA the PSU then and go from there.
post #13 of 18
Have you watched the differences in the voltage ?
post #14 of 18
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From the BIOS? No,

What should I be looking out for primarily?
Edited by Stacklet - 10/29/13 at 3:30am
post #15 of 18
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So far it's crashed even in safe-mode and now the BIOS. So I'm definitely down to either the mobo or the PSU.

I'll try borrowing a friends 750W and go from there. Otherwise I'll RMA the Mobo.
post #16 of 18
Yes, its easier to replace a PSU to see what's wrong,but check again RAM just to be sure.
post #17 of 18
I would say like others its the psu but how did you test the ram exactly and for how long?

You should run memtest86 for some hours only with 1 ramstick and then the other one.
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I can't run memtest86 for hours because it crashes every 20-30mins, even in BIOS. So I'm guessing it's the mobo now.
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