Okay, so here we ago again ..I have previously started a forum earlier this month about my computer flickering on and off. I thought it was my RAM and I did a MEMORY TEST and everything came back fine. So, I re-seated my RAM sticks and the problem went away. Low and behold my computer started flickering on and off again about a week later. So, I opened up my case and made sure everything was properly connected (which it was). After I am done checking, I go and turn my PSU switch on in the back and then I turned on my PC Power Switch in the front and now it just flickers my system lights and then turns off. I have noticed that when I turned it on it gives a red light (My PSU is Apevia Warlock and it changes color by pressing the button in the back), but I had my preset to color blue. So, I am thinking it has to be the PSU. So, that said, when I take out my 4-PIN Molex Power Connector. The power for the whole system goes on. But, when I reconnect it, the power won't turn on. My question is: Are these all clear signs of a dying PSU? I don't have the kit to test the rails individuality, but I am 90% sure that it's the PSU I just bought a CORSAIR Enthusiast Series TX750 V2 ($90 -Newegg special) so I am excited by that (probably will be at my house by next Friday) I have read that people who own the Apevia Warlock series, they usually last 1.5-2 years and after that they are paper weight. What sucks is, they only have 1 year limited warranty and I am happy that CORSAIR offers 5 year warranty.