johpruss Posted November 12, 2013 Share Posted November 12, 2013 Hey all, let me just start by saying I'm glad to become a member of this forum. I've been having some issues with my PC as of lately, but it is only while gaming. My computer will randomly shut off, then after a few seconds it will restart. There is no artifacts on screen, no BSOD, no warnings, no stuttering/drop in fps, no freezing, just instant power loss. I know that this particular PSU's fan will not spin unless under load, but I haven't ever heard the PSU come on (my rig is loud anyways) and I haven't ever felt any air moving from it. There is plenty of ventilation on the bottom of my case and the back (raised open platform) so I don't believe heat is an issue unless the fans aren't spinning. The only game I have had this issue with as of now is Battlefield 4. I know it's an extremely demanding game, and maybe that's pushing the PSU over the limit? I figured the AX750 would suit my needs for my build (2x 670OC SLI, 2500k @ 4.5GHz, full specs in profile). So the question is, am I trying to squeeze too much out of this PSU and I need to upgrade, or should I consider getting a RMA on the product? Voltages: +12V: 12.288V +5V: 5.040V +3.3V: 3.376V If you need any more info, please feel free to ask. I will check this post periodically throughout the day. Thank you! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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