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Computer isn't overheating but it keeps turning off...

My computer will just randomly turn off. completely. Before it only happened during intensive games, and my power supply was old, so I was like okay i'll get a new psu. I replaced my 550w with a 750w corsair and the problem. still. persists. I've had about enough of this and I need help. I'm starting to suspect that it is the motherboard failing, which i just got at christmas!

motherboard is an asus m5a97 le r2.0
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  1. Specs?
  2. SR-71 Blackbird said:
    Specs?


    Asus m5a97 LE R2.0 mobo
    Asus Geforce GTX660 gpu
    AMD FX-6300 6core cpu
    Corsair CX750M 750w psu
    HDD 500gb MAXTOR
    Kingston HyperXBlu 1x8gb DDR3 RAM
    Windows 7 home premium 64bit OS
  3. Kingston HyperXBlu 1x8gb DDR3 RAM < Not the issue , but your ram should be installed in matching pairs. 4gb x 2 , for Dual Channel performance.

    What are your temps?
  4. Yeah I realize but I was eager to get this build going and just ran to bestbuy and grabbed some viable DDR3
  5. Can you suggest a program to use to monitor it while running? im in safe mode with networking right now doing a scan because I figured it could be virus related, BIOS was telling me i was hovering at about 30C for the mobo with the cpu at about 40C
  6. Alright thanks, Temperatures are as follows:

    under mobo:
    CPU: 40C
    MAINBOARD: 27C
    TMPIN2: 128C

    AMD FX-6300
    19C

    MAXTOR (HDD)
    29C

    GeForce GTX660:
    TMPIN0: 28C
  7. SR-71 Blackbird said:
    Kingston HyperXBlu 1x8gb DDR3 RAM < Not the issue , but your ram should be installed in matching pairs. 4gb x 2 , for Dual Channel performance.

    What are your temps?


    I also switched out my mobo without a clean install of windows, could that be an issue?
  8. Yes , there could be driver conflicts.
  9. so since I went ahead and formatted a usb to reinstall windows 7 with. Can I use the USB to reinstall it on to my HDD? or will it try to install onto my USB?
  10. SR-71 Blackbird said:
    Yes , there could be driver conflicts.


    Hi. Unfortunately I'm back.

    I reinstalled windows last night and everything is up to date and the drivers are installed. I left my computer to idle just a minute ago while i went to grab a snack. Came back into the room and there it sat, turned off. It turned back on normally and came to the usual "windows did not shut down properly" screen.

    Any last ideas before I get an RMA? I heard somewhere that the power switch could maybe cause it and to switch the reset button to the power pins.. I may try that if it happens again later.
  11. Best answer
    I would RMA it.
  12. SR-71 Blackbird said:
    I would RMA it.


    alright. thanks for the help and speedy replies!
  13. Glad to assist.
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