Since putting my old build from a generic case into a new case bought from Worstbuy I've had issues with the computer coming right back on after putting it into hibernate or standby. I noticed it takes a few hours to do so now though since I replaced my 4850s in crossfire with a single GTX 285.
Do you think there's a short between the case and the motherboard? It doesn't seem to matter which OS I use whether it's XP Pro or 7. I know it's a hardware issue. Any ideas? Sometimes I can even shut it down and in the middle of the night it powers back on about 7 hours later. I checked the BIOS and everything seems normal.
MSI M9A2 790X mobo
Phenom II 940 @ 3.2Ghz
6GB DDR 2 800MHz dual channel
Nvidia (brand) Geforce GTX 285 1GB
1.5TB 7200 rpm seagate
500 GB 7200 rpm seagate
Blu ray/DVD burner LG
Sony DVD burner
Sony DVD reader
Windows 7 Home premium 64 bit
All drivers up to date. Not sure what to do. Please help! Thanks in advance!
Thanks for the advice. Only problem is - this is the only PSU that has the proper connections I need and the others are crappy generic ones only rated at 500 watts or so. Not nearly enough for what I have in my system.. I guess I should go to bestbuy and test out one then return it later. Thanks again.
I require the 6 pin power connector as well as the SATA ones for the components. Also a long enough cable to reach from the bottom to top of my case. Not willing to shell out for adaptors and cable extentions etc.