JAFFE Posted October 9, 2013 Share Posted October 9, 2013 Hello, I bought a new PC about 2 months ago including a AX860i PSU. About 1 month ago I started to experience random shutdowns. Sometimes I couldn't startup the computer again, it just came on 1 second and then shutdown again. Disconnecting Power would in some cases make it startup again and a warning says "Anti-surge protection was triggered ....." I started to read up on this as last week it started to happen every evening and last night it shutdown and didn't want to come on again (it starts for 1 sec, shuts down). I came across this youtube video that shows an AX860i with exactly the same issue that I have (although, mine is not that frequent): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U2OyDy6RXS0 This guy has a different setup than me but it seems to be a PSU issue. As I do not have an extra PSU to test with its hard to pinpoint if the PSU is the issue. I use a Asus Maximus VI HERO motherboard and a Intel 4770K CPU. Any ideas? I'm thinking about disabling the anti-surge protection but something tells me I should not do that (seems like a good feature). Do you guys think its safe to disable it? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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