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Do you have another computer you can plug your power supply into? If you do then try that and if that computer has the same trouble your computer is with your power supply, then its your powersupply. If the computer works fine with your powersupply then its not your powersupply and is something with your computer.
    
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Originally Posted by Famousoverdose View Post
You are not human if you are not scared of sticking a metal pin into a running PSU that is plugged into the wall!
You don't do it when it's on, at least I didn't. You set up the paperclip in the proper spots, make sure the switch on the PSU is off, plug it in, and then switch it on.
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Originally Posted by BaronVonRotterdam View Post
Do you have another computer you can plug your power supply into? If you do then try that and if that computer has the same trouble your computer is with your power supply, then its your powersupply. If the computer works fine with your powersupply then its not your powersupply and is something with your computer.
No other computer is plugged into it. I just updated my BIOS as a last resort before I try calling ASUS tomorrow. I just hope it gets resolved and I dont have to RMA anything.
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Does the problem go away when you run at stock speed/voltage?

Are you using offset or manual voltage in BIOS? I had stability issue's when I used offset voltage, but haven't have any problems since I switch to manual.
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Does the problem go away when you run at stock speed/voltage?

Are you using offset or manual voltage in BIOS? I had stability issue's when I used offset voltage, but haven't have any problems since I switch to manual.
Everything is stock. I even went as far as setting my GPU at stock as well.
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Well nothing changed with it. Guess Ill call ASUS tomorrow and see if they can help at all to find out if its a Motherboard issue or not because I have tried everything you guys have mentioned. I will be doing the PSU test as well since I had it wrong the first time (thanks to Demented for correcting that.)

Thanks for the help tonight guys.
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I can safely say its not my PSU. I was able to take it out, put a paper clip into the green and a black pin, and then connect it to the wall, and turn it on. Full power, no small restarts or anything. So I think Im a 100% sure its a Mobo issue.
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Originally Posted by Famousoverdose View Post
I can safely say its not my PSU. I was able to take it out, put a paper clip into the green and a black pin, and then connect it to the wall, and turn it on. Full power, no small restarts or anything. So I think Im a 100% sure its a Mobo issue.
Wasn't too scary was it?

Glad you at least narrowed it down, next thing I'd do is try to RMA the board.
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