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post #11 of 17
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I don't know, but a quick email to silverstone or a check on their website will probably tell you.

Why not drop one of you GPUs out of crossfire and use the 600w (presuming it is of proper quality) to test?
it doesnt have any six pins at all. its an okia 550W
post #12 of 17
Its probably the motherboard going out. happened to my friend's i7.

does it turn back on without a problem?
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post #13 of 17
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RMAing board and PSU right now, board RMA is questionable, PSU should be good, says anything above 550W has 3 yr warranty, go silverstone!
post #14 of 17
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almost 100% positive its the PSU. after the shutdown i can turn power back on and the OC will still stick and all bios settings are holding. sounds like it would have to be the PSU. if it was the board, woudn't the bios reset? I used to have to reset bios to get it to come back on.
post #15 of 17
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well just got both back from RMA and both have been replaced. sweetness. everything seems to be fine so far. Real test is some gaming.
post #16 of 17
Every time I have come to this problem it has always been one thing. CPU Temps and the Bio shut off feature that insures that the CPU is Saved. Check your heat sink and did you put too much Arctic Silver on the CPU.
    
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post #17 of 17
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CPU temps dont get above 52, turned off H/W health monitoring in bios and set it to manual max temp of 70, didnt help.
I guess its back to the ram. it seems like the temps do get higher when all DIMMs are full. maybe the NB getting too hot? or RAM?
have 4 sticks in right now and seems fine.
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