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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 09-17-2012, 04:05 PM - Thread Starter
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Hello guys..i had faced this problem several time before which i need to manually turn on the rig back. NO BSOD occur. It just shutdown and sometime restart by it self. 2 day past i had this problem and bump up the vcore for 2700K and it fold strong about 2 days and half.
then the sudden shutdown occurred again..based on my 2700k and gtx 460 client log..it seem everything are normal..

my 2700K fold at [email protected] BIOS and 2 of my gtx 460 are running at stock clock. RAM at stock timing and speed.

is it my PSU causing the problem..before this 1 of the EPS 12v already melt on the connector it self..
right know i am suing the second connector.

the thinngs which make me wonder is why it can fold about certain period then shutdown unexpectedly..???? mad.gifmad.gifmad.gif

help guys..foldathon are nearby, i need to get this rig power up...

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Normally when the PC just shuts down, the problem is the PSU, and given the problem you already had with yours, I'd say it's time to try another PSU and see if it solves the problem.

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sounds like a psu issue to me also my old seasonic 850 will power my 930 for a few days folding then it will start to power off i replaced it with a older enermax 460 and the 930 stays folding fine now. Funny you say your connector is melted my seasonic 850 is the same way on the atx connector im guessing maybe caps in the psu get to hot and then it starts to act up.


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Normally when the PC just shuts down, the problem is the PSU, and given the problem you already had with yours, I'd say it's time to try another PSU and see if it solves the problem.

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sounds like a psu issue to me also my old seasonic 850 will power my 930 for a few days folding then it will start to power off i replaced it with a older enermax 460 and the 930 stays folding fine now. Funny you say your connector is melted my seasonic 850 is the same way on the atx connector im guessing maybe caps in the psu get to hot and then it starts to act up.

it seem my network are down that make me cannot access the dedicated rig which i put on folding at my friends hostel..

when i reached his room, i saw the pc kept on, just the mobile network are down..i need to reconnect and all come back to normal..

i hope my power supply can withstand the folding power requirement about another 1 years..

i need to raise money for something else..he3..

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