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One month ago i turn up my system and when come back the pc stuck with that message.i hold down the power and boot up again and same thing.so unplugged the pc from the surge protector replug it and everything worked again,,,i dont get any restarts or freezes worked just great so after a whole month the same message appears only this time i press the power and didint start at first so i press it and starts with the same message..so i did the same thing only this time i open the case ensure that every cable was well put in i clear all the dust and replace the surge protector with an apc new one. and everything works as it should no problem so far nothing any ideas why is this happening? my psu is an seasonic mk12 ii 850 watt bronze series i have it 1 and a half years pretty stable and i check the voltages with the HW monitor

 

the voltages is

12v- 12.096-12.192

3.3v- 3.344-3.360

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I had numerous boards some time back, Z97 mostly, that had severe problems with Asus AntiSurge activated in Bios.

 

If you use a APC unit, you can just turn it OFF and rely on the APC protection.

 

Same goes with "EuP Ready", just dont touch it, causes many problems.

 

 

those are my findings and experiences

 

* yeah, just see your CPU specs, Z97 era, that might fit like a fist on an eye, turn it off and see if it happens again, also EuP to OFF, if that is also enabled ( usually it is OFF by default )

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so is not the psu? i have the board for years and never had any issues untill now

 

i forgot to mention that i had chain 2 surge protectors together now install only one maybe to many devises to one pole?


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From my own experience, it is your SurgeProtection being far too sensitive. It shuts your PSU OFF whenever it thinks it needs to, and it is often wrong with that, resulting in a sudden OFF out of the blue. If you have a not-so-nice electric wiring or energy provider, it even gets worse and more often.

 

I really think it is that feature, time will tell.

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thanks man i will wait and see how it goes and update this thread so far for 10 days is working without any issues at all maybe was the air condition that i start up first and the the pc who knows

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thanks man i will wait and see how it goes and update this thread so far for 10 days is working without any issues at all maybe was the air condition that i start up first and the the pc who knows

 

Your AC --> ON may trigger the SP circuit !

 

A good PSU will buffer that actually, seasonic is good btw, good choice

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Your AC --> ON may trigger the SP circuit !

 

A good PSU will buffer that actually, seasonic is good btw, good choice

 

thanks man time will tell i will update just to help others with same issues

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