SajinIs your hardware overclocked? If yes, it could be that your motherboard is having a hard time booting at the oc settings you want to be applied.
winkawakIt does come with power on jumper block. All connections are secure, my mb does have a code display screen but i have not checked it due to tower window facing a wall. I will check tomorrow morning during a cold start see if i get any code. But in the mean time does these symptoms sound like a failing psu?
Cool GTXwinkawakIt does come with power on jumper block. All connections are secure, my mb does have a code display screen but i have not checked it due to tower window facing a wall. I will check tomorrow morning during a cold start see if i get any code. But in the mean time does these symptoms sound like a failing psu?If you disconnect ALL other connections to your PSU - except the 24-pin & installing the jumper Block Always starts the PSU --> is is Not a PSU issue
Cool GTXDid your PSU come with the "power On jumper block -- that you place on the 24-pin cable ? Confirm All connections, including the cord from the wall to the PSU Does your MB have a Display ? what code does it show before turning off ?
joeymirintermittent cold boot issues always have a tendency to be a pain to pin point. Main culprits:Power SupplyFailing CPU or unstable overclock(CPU degradation is very real) While you cannot rule out RAM or the Motherboard, RAM usually would have shown you some crashes/BSOD's since 2015 among, other boot issues. Run Windows Memory Diagnostics or Memtest X86 just to be on the 100% sure side. be sure to test each module individually. Motherboards............well I've built a lot of systems in my life(vast majority were Asus and Gigabyte boards) and I've maybe seen 1 motherboard fail at a really really ripe age. While you cannot rule it out, I would say it's one of the less likely candidates. I think the best advice so far was Bob's, get your hands on a different power supply for testing sake, and plug in only what needs to be plugged in and see where that get's you. If things seem to "normalize" start reconnecting your other devices and keep an eye on it. I have seen failing SSD/HDD, and also CD-ROM drives cause a variety of different boot problems. p.s. It's normal to see a barrage of different post codes during boot sequence. Which leads to the next question; When this issue happens which post code does your motherboard display?
winkawakIs it possible over night with cold start psu unit somewhere in there cant hold a sufficient charge to start up?
winkawakLast two days ive been looking at psu seems like theres a shortage everywhere......perfect timing
bob16314What’s in the Box: What’s in the Box: The first number in parenthesis is the cable quantity, followed by the quantity and type of connectors on each cable. Does that help?
bob16314Yes. And the 850 G2 says it comes with two SATA power cables that have three connectors on each of the two cables, and one SATA power cable that has four connectors on it. The 850 G3 says it comes with just three SATA power cables that have three connectors on each cable. The SATA power cables will have different lengths. Each unit also comes with two 'Y' cables for the PCIe/VGA that has one cable coming from the PSU and splits off into two connectors for a graphics card, as well as straight single-connector cables that don't split off into two connectors. See also: in the EVGA FAQs. If you have any more questions, don't hesitate to ask.
bob16314If you're going to leave your box running non-stop, it wouldn't be a bad idea to have a monitoring program running that will shut it off automatically in case of CPU overheating should something catastrophic happen when you're not around. as an 'RTShutDown.bat' you can set to run.. has a 'System shutdown' application built-in..You can point to the 'RTShutDown.bat' in Real Temp to run..Set the shutdown temp at what you want to..Just some ways here to be safer.