Originally Posted by HZCH
You say the anti-surge kicks in, is it a software anti-surge protection ? If I remember someone troubleshootings here, that Asus anti-surge was actual crap, and wasn't protecting anything while kicking in just to make its users crazy...
But I might be dead wrong, got no personal experience with your kind of issues. Have you swapped your electric cable? That might be the last thing I would think of... Aside of the anti-surge kicking for nothing.
Which electric cable?
And yea I gave you the TLDR. The first time I was getting those warnings I found out the same thing and found it as no big deal so turned it off in the BIOS then updated the bios and turn it back on still had it. Then I had a different warning telling me I had to many VID warning and killed the power. Fixed it, then had the surge warning once more then they vanished..
The TLDR is experiences may vary so troubleshoot your stuff and don't take people's word for it. I took the advice of ignore the warnings and it ended up just gettin worse it ended up hard rebooting with no warning screens what so ever, overvolting my cpu to dangerous levels without warrant, under voltage on the 3.3v, and eventually just a constant reboot cycle every time it loads the desktop it hard reboots.Edited by saintruski - 8/8/16 at 1:27am