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#1
Well lads!

I've been suffering plenty of random restarts since I built this new system over a week ago!

I got this error on my last random restart:
Power Supply SUrges detected during the previous power on.
ASUS Anti-Surge was triggered to protect system from unstable power supply unit!

This error barely shows up after random restarts but this is the third time in a week it gave me this error!

Is it simply down to the PSU getting old?? Or is the motherboard faulty?
ANy suggestions would be lovely!
 
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It's telling you how to fix it... try a spare psu.. the end


Seriously how much easier does it get.
 
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Nope, Get the corsair.
 
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I would check you're current psu with a quality mulimeter to see if its actually spiking or if its just a sensor glitch
just trying to save you a few bucks You don't need a monster psu with you're setup
 

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I have had better luck with corsair PSUs
 
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I don't have a meter or anything to check! I'm only going by the power surge error and the random crashes! like.. I can be idle on the desktop and it crashes! or playing a heavy game such as BF3! crashes are entirely random!
 

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I don't have a meter or anything to check! I'm only going by the power surge error and the random crashes! like.. I can be idle on the desktop and it crashes! or playing a heavy game such as BF3! crashes are entirely random!
nm drunk didn't read the whole post ... carry on tehn
 
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Drink away OneMoar! what better way to be!
 
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Single rail is always better.


go with corsair, awesome brand.



Done and Done.
 

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Get Corsair as they make excellent PSUs (as do a few others like Seasonic) and always go for single rail whenever possible, this is important. That way you never have to faff around trying to make sure that you don't overload any particular rail.
 
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Thanks lads!
Corsair ftw so!

I have one question.

If I replaced my GTX 560Ti with my old 8800GTS card. would that use a lot less power and prevent the system from crashing until I get the PSU replaced?

Would this be a good way of figuring out if the system is not getting enough power???
 
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not really as they will use similar amounts of power.
you also said it shutdowns on idle. so its likely not related to power consumption.



a better option would be to disable any overclocking you have as that will drastically reduce power consumption. also enable C1E and Speedstep.
 
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I've down that already and it didn't fix anything!
CPU can be 10 or 87 watt usage and it will still crash no matter how much it's using!

Enabling C1E and speedstep didn't help either :/
 
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#20
It maybe the PSU, however it may be the motherboard or connections.

Check all your power connectors, if, you are using a modular PSU then check those, too.
What bios are you on... I believe 3703 is the latest try flashing to the newest.
There, also, maybe an option in the bios to turn that monitor off, if you wish to.

You really need to test the PSU or, at least try some software to see what the min and max voltages are.
HWInfo, Aida, HWMonitor, or equiv. may give you some insight to what is happening; they are not as good as a meter or tester, but it is something.

I would check you're current psu with a quality multimeter to see if its actually spiking or if its just a sensor glitch
just trying to save you a few bucks
Actually, good idea. Drunk or not.:toast:

EDIT: I would not advise testing the PSU while drunk!
 
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Single rail is always better.
You do know that modern Multi-Rail PSUs are just Single-Rail PSUs with Over Current protection, right?

always go for single rail whenever possible, this is important. That way you never have to faff around trying to make sure that you don't overload any particular rail.
It isn't really important, the "rails" on a good PSU are divided in a way that if you manage to overload one you are hooking something up wrong.
 
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You do know that modern Multi-Rail PSUs are just Single-Rail PSUs with Over Current protection, right?
yes.



were true multi rail PSUs ever made for the masses?
 

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Thanks Viper!
I have the latest BIOS so that didn't fix anything at all for me :/
You said that there might be a way of turning the monitor off in the BIOS? Are you referring to the anti-surge protection or something else?

I downloaded HWmonitor and currently this is what it shows:

value min max
CPU VORE 0.94V 0.94 1.26
VIN1 1.02V 1.02V 1.02V
AVCC 3.34V 3.02V 3.58V
3VCC 3.31V 3.10V 3.62V
VIN4 1.01V 1.00V 1.01V
VIN6 0.77V 0.71V 0.84V

Are they looking normal??

My computer has only been on for a half hour and it has crashed twice already!
I'm going to open the PC up and checn every cable. I don't have modlular as I bought this PSU over 4 years ago!
 

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I bought this PSU over 4 years ago!
Theres your problem - its old and all the components inside are probably all worn out. time to get a new one.

I never keep a PSU longer then 3years unless its my backup rig which is rarely powered on.