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Nemanja02
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Recently I built my first pc, everything was fine until now. Pc randomly turns off but rgb lightning stays on, except rgb on cpu cooler. And I can’t turn it on again because it’s already on. Here are my specs:

cpu: amd ryzen 7 2700x 

cooler: 2700x stock cooler

mb: gigabyte aorus x470 ultra gaming wifi rev 1.0

gpu: rtx 2080 msi x gaming trio 

psu: kolink 1050w 80+ pl

m2: samsung evo pro 512gb

ram: kingston hyperx predator 2933Mhz (2x8gb)

 

Cpu temperature is always around 40 °C,

bios is updated and everything is connected well.

Any ideas why is pc turning off?

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6 minutes ago, Nemanja02 said:

Recently I built my first pc, everything was fine until now. Pc randomly turns off but rgb lightning stays on, except rgb on cpu cooler. And I can’t turn it on again because it’s already on. Here are my specs:

cpu: amd ryzen 7 2700x 

cooler: 2700x stock cooler

mb: gigabyte aorus x470 ultra gaming wifi rev 1.0

gpu: rtx 2080 msi x gaming trio 

psu: kolink 1050w 80+ pl

m2: samsung evo pro 512gb

ram: kingston hyperx predator 2933Mhz (2x8gb)

 

Cpu temperature is always around 40 °C,

bios is updated and everything is connected well.

Any ideas why is pc turning off?

Could be a short. Did you use standoff's on the motherboard?

CPU: Intel Core i9 9900K | Ram: 16GB Corsair LPX 3000 DDR4 | Asus Maximus XI Hero Z390 | GPU: EVGA RTX2080 XC | 960 EVO Samsung 500GB M.2 | 850 EVO Samsung 250GB M.2 | Samsung 1TB QVO SSD | 1TB HDD WD Blue 

Laptop: Dell XPS 13 2 in 1 9370 | I7 1065G7 | 32GB DDR4 | 1TB SSD |

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No because I couldn’t place motherboard in the right place with them. Pc worked fine for 7 days.

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Sounds like an electrical problem.

Id disconnect everything except this parts (cpu, cpu cooler, ram, keyboard, hdd, monitor, gpu).

You should disconnect: Peripherals, coolers, led srips, secondary HDDs, Optical drives, other PCI express cards, network. Boot into windows and keep it there to see if missbehaves.

 

Do you have and know how to use a multimeter?. It would be nice to probe what the PSU is doing while this happens.

Also is it directly connected to the wall socket or it has something in the middle, like a UPS, or extension? (Always try directly to wall to reduce failing points).

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