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Intermittent issue with Supernova 850 T2

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2019/07/02 08:41:48 (permalink)
I built a computer in 2017 and over the past 6 months I've had a lot of problems with it. I used to leave it powered on all the time and occasionally when I'd go to use it I'd find that it wasn't working, it would be in a half powered on state where it wasn't booted and I couldn't power it off by holding the power button. I'd have to pull power and wait a minute before it would power back up. Over the course of the past 6 months I gradually replaced every component in the computer (motherboard, processor, memory, video card, etc). Lately it got to a point where I couldn't even reboot it, it would never complete the reboot without pulling the power cable for a minute. Finally I tried swapping the power supply out and it's been fine for the past two days. Has anyone had an issue like this before? Is there any troubleshooting steps that I can do on the power supply or should I try to start an rma?
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    Re: Intermittent issue with Supernova 850 T2 2019/07/02 11:15:41 (permalink)
    Just start the rma.

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    Re: Intermittent issue with Supernova 850 T2 2019/07/18 20:28:12 (permalink)
     
    Looks like you really did all you can do. It's more than likely the PSU. (Like mentioned above, you should do an RMA).

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