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  1. Yes I've used all the recommended steps shown. The PC still drops signal Yes, I've tried all the recommended steps before . The PC still drops signal.
  2. This issue started to happen around Feb 2020, my screen would randomly go black (no signal) when playing games or just browsing on the Internet. The PC still runs but I'm forced to hold the power button and perform a restart. I've used another 1070 to iron out the issue but the issue still remains the same. I've also received another PSU from corsair as they've said it was defective but I highly doubt it's the PSU as they sent a brand new replacement. On event viewer I see "kernel power 41", I've had this before with my previous power supply and also with the new replacement. I come across this issue once every 2 days even when my game runs fine, it could be themotherboard or a driver issue but I still cant find a solution. If I anyone knows the issue I would highly appreciate your input. Thank you for your time. CPU: I7 4960X MOBO: ASUS Rampage IV Black Edition GPU: 1070 Strix Ram: Corsair Dominator 16gb HDD: Samsung 850 Pro, 2x Seagate Barracuda 3TB PSU: Corsair AX1200i
  3. This issue started to happen around Feb 2020, my screen would randomly go black (no signal) when playing games or just browsing on the Internet. The PC still runs but I'm forced to hold the power button and perform a restart. I've used another 1070 to iron out the issue but the issue still remains the same. I've also received another PSU from corsair as they've said it was defective but I highly doubt it's the PSU as they sent a brand new replacement. On event viewer I see "kernel power 41", I've had this before with my previous power supply and also with the new replacement. I come across this issue once every 2 days even when my game runs fine, it could be themotherboard or a driver issue but I still cant find a solution. If I anyone knows the issue I would highly appreciate your input. Thank you for your time. CPU: I7 4960X MOBO: ASUS Rampage IV Black Edition GPU: 1070 Strix Ram: Corsair Dominator 16gb HDD: Samsung 850 Pro, 2x Seagate Barracuda 3TB PSU: Corsair AX1200i
  4. OK I'll try that but once I do a force restart I get prompted with "overclocking failed" from the bios even though its not my overclock. I don't think it's my monitor but I'll give it a shot.
  5. This issue started to happen around Feb 2020, my screen would randomly go black (no signal) when playing games or just browsing on the Internet. The PC still runs but I'm forced to hold the power button and perform a restart. I've used another 1070 to iron out the issue but the issue still remains the same. I've also received another PSU from corsair as they've said it was defective but I highly doubt it's the PSU as they sent a brand new replacement. On event viewer I see "kernel power 41", I've had this before with my previous power supply and also with the new replacement. I come across this issue once every 2 days even when my game runs fine, it could be the motherboard or a driver issue but I still cant find a solution. If I anyone knows the issue I would highly appreciate your input. Thank you for your time. CPU: I7 4960X MOBO: ASUS Rampage IV Black Edition GPU: 1070 Strix Ram: Corsair Dominator 16gb HDD: Samsung 850 Pro, 2x Seagate Barracuda 3TB PSU: Corsair AX1200i
  6. Thanks for the information. A UPS seems to be an expensive solution for me at the moment. I'll probably just sort out my main wall with an electrician or just use a 20m plug extention and connect the plug from another room.
  7. Thanks for the replies everyone. I would hire an electrician but due to covid 19 I'll probably have to wait a while. In regards to the main wall, I've used it for other items such as lamps and phone chargers, they seem to be functioning as normal. Also you guys have mentioned an UPS. I'm not familiar with that, could someone explain the purpose of that item if possible. Thanks again for your input.
  8. I've had two replacements power supplies blow up (AX1200i) and another spare (RM850) from a friend which blew up also. I've been using these on my main wall. I've built my PC around 2014 and never had these issues untill Jan 2020. This was when I received a black screen (no display input) but the PC remained on. I had to perform a hard reset by holding down the power button to use my PC again. Also, prior to receiving my replacement PSU I've always been using an extention plug. Scan UK confirmed that there was an issue with the AX1200i so I presumed everything was resolved once I received my first replacement but it wasn't. Once I received the replacement I plugged the PSU to the main wall instead of my usual plug extention. Within 6 hours of use, it blew up (loud pop noise and white sparks). I sent it back for another replacement but this time I received my replacement from Corsair. In regards to the second replacement I switched back to my plug extention and the PSU and PC were working fine for 2 days then I plugged it back to the main wall and it shut down after 12 hours. Only the standby lights on the motherboard were visible as I was unable to turn the PC back on as the PSU died. I borrowed an RM850 from a friend and it popped within 5secs of bios post. I don't know what the cause of the issue is as I've used the main wall for other devices such a phoner charger, lamps and etc as they all work fine. If anyone knows or have a rough idea of this issue I would really appreciate your help. Thank you for reading this post. PC Specs CPU: I7 4960X MOBO: ASUS RAMPAGE IV BLACK EDITION RAM: Corsair Dominator 16GB 2400Mhz HDD: Samsung 850 Pro, 2x Seagate Barracuda 3TB GPU: STRIX 1070 PSU: Corsair AX1200i
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