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New Psu first boot up has an hour long black screen.

Everytime i replug the powercord of my new bqt  e7 cm 580w, and i press the start button, everything starts to turn on (fans and rgb) but not the usb devices. Then i have to wait an hour till it works again. Aslong as i don't unplug and replug the powercord it also continues to boot instantly instead of a black screen.

But due to my situation i move my pc alot and this is a pain in the ass.

I upgraded because my old 25000₩ (about 23 dollar) psu was to weak for my new gpu, (but this boot up thing also happens with my older gpu 1050).

 

After 1 hour of black screen the psu works fine tho, no stutter nothing.

 

Current rig:

Ryzen 5 2600

Rbg amd cooler (prism wraith rgb)

 MSI A320M-A PRO

Vengence 3200hz ram 2*16 gb

Bqt e7 cm 580w 

Gtx 980 (palit jetstream)

 

Just the psu is weird sometimes

 

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1 minute ago, Chrisotos28 said:

Get a new one and see if it changes anything

Are there any other solutions i could try, because sending it back, waiting for my money etc and order a new one would take surely over a month, especially because otf the virus going around

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I would check and see if there are BIOS updates that might address this. This doesn't sound PSU related; more of a firmware bug.

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1 minute ago, AbydosOne said:

I would check and see if there are BIOS updates that might address this. This doesn't sound PSU related; more of a firmware bug.

I will check if that was/is the problem tomorrow, its already 1am, i will report back but thanks for the tip

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18 hours ago, AbydosOne said:

I would check and see if there are BIOS updates that might address this. This doesn't sound PSU related; more of a firmware bug.

It works fine now, just needed an bios update, i don't really now why thats the case, but aslong as it works now, i am fine with it, thank you very much

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