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Wow, my computer is so quiet smile.gif Thnx for the invite and introduction to folding, this was fun, I'll be back for some other foldathons.
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well I got up this morning and found my rig in bios declaring Power supply surge detected

anyone have experience with this? thankfully it looks like it happend right after I finished a work unit
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well I got up this morning and found my rig in bios declaring Power supply surge detected

anyone have experience with this? thankfully it looks like it happend right after I finished a work unit



Ahhh, my once young patti flipper, you have now aspired to the rank of Grill Master. The surge you talk about it the power that courses through all BBQ’rs veins. Only through the trials (FFW) does this tremendous power reveal itself, some wilt but only a true BBQ’r will stand strong against the most brutal of Work Units. You have proven yourself young Jim888 – You can now walk tall amongst all on OCN. biggrin.gif

On a more serious note, I have not experienced any surges such as you described, I do hope your rig is ok. redface.gif
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Ahhh, my once young patti flipper, you have now aspired to the rank of Grill Master. The surge you talk about it the power that courses through all BBQ’rs veins. Only through the trials (FFW) does this tremendous power reveal itself, some wilt but only a true BBQ’r will stand strong against the most brutal of Work Units. You have proven yourself young Jim888 – You can now walk tall amongst all on OCN. biggrin.gif

On a more serious note, I have not experienced any surges such as you described, I do hope your rig is ok. redface.gif

LOL seems to be...it also seems to be a common problem with ASUS Boards.
BTW the PSU is about 3 years old SeaSonic 80+gold any others have experience with seasonic lifespan?
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^^^ That's a great post.
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well I got up this morning and found my rig in bios declaring Power supply surge detected

anyone have experience with this? thankfully it looks like it happend right after I finished a work unit

First, I need to point out that you were more concerned about finishing a WU than the health of your computer. Rock on man.devil.gif

Second, I'd probably check your voltages. Both within your BIOS and with a DMM. I probably wouldn't stress your PSU until you can verify it's functioning correctly.

Edit: I have only used Seasonic since PC Power & Cooling went the way of the dark side. Nary a problem, should last longer than three years unless you're operating outside its intended range.

Searches suggest that if the message won't go away you kill the power (hard reset style!) and clear the CMOS. Those same searches don't seem to suggest any long term suggestions on troubleshooting though, so while that might get you back up and running I still think checking out your PSU is a good idea.
Edited by technodanvan - 2/8/16 at 1:16pm
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^^^ That's a great post.
First, I need to point out that you were more concerned about finishing a WU than the health of your computer. Rock on man.devil.gif

Second, I'd probably check your voltages. Both within your BIOS and with a DMM. I probably wouldn't stress your PSU until you can verify it's functioning correctly.

LOL yeah well hey there's always another rig right? and if it was fried it might be just as inexpensive to get a new rig than try and find a z77 mATX board for a reasonable price

I will check voltage before doing to much though
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LOL yeah well hey there's always another rig right? and if it was fried it might be just as inexpensive to get a new rig than try and find a z77 mATX board for a reasonable price

I will check voltage before doing to much though

I don't know that you could assume it was the board or the PSU though. I would tend to think the PSU would be the more durable of the two, but anything is possible. If your house has bad wiring an actual surge may have been picked up that the PSU couldn't completely shield the computer from. Could be both are completely fine, they just did what they're supposed to do and give you a warning.

So yeah, probably should just buy all new. You know, to be on the safe side. I hear x99-based systems are pretty nice. tongue.gif
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Did we win?!?! boxing3.gif
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Ahhh, my once young patti flipper, you have now aspired to the rank of Grill Master. The surge you talk about it the power that courses through all BBQ’rs veins. Only through the trials (FFW) does this tremendous power reveal itself, some wilt but only a true BBQ’r will stand strong against the most brutal of Work Units. You have proven yourself young Jim888 – You can now walk tall amongst all on OCN. biggrin.gif

On a more serious note, I have not experienced any surges such as you described, I do hope your rig is ok. redface.gif

I LOL'd hard.biggrin.gif:D
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watch out with the power supply surge message, mine did that a few times right before my psu took a dump and pretty much fried everything in my system except the video cards and hard drives.
had to replace the mother board cpu and ram which sucked big time.
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