Psu quiting

I just got a new case and a new psu, I've gone through and done the basic troubleshooting steps, rechecking all connections, resetting, new outlet, the psu continues to shut itself off every once in a while. Help?
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  1. Full specs please, include PSU make and model.
  2. oh right my bad.
    Prudent Way PWI-SP650P

    ATX12V V. 2.2 (dual 12V)

    Switches

    no switch (115V)

    Maximum Power

    650 W

    Transient Response

    +5V,+12V and 3.3V outputs return to within 3% in less than 1ms for 25% load change

    Power Good Signal

    100 - 500 ms

    Over Voltage Protection Recycle AC to reset

    +12V1/+12V2=13.4V-15.6V, +5V=5.7V-7.0V,+3.3V=3.7V-4.3V

    Special Connectors

    1 Main Connector (20+4 pin)
    1 12V (P4)
    8 Peripheral
    2 SATA
    2 Floppy
    2 PCI-E (6+2PIN) 12V

    Dual +12V

    Yes

    Sli Support

    Nvidia Sli Certified

    Fans

    14cm ball bearing fan with smart temperature and fan speed control

    Cables

    Black Sleeved Cables

    DIMENSIONS

    Unit Size

    6.2"(W) X 5.9"(D) X 3.4" (H)

    Net Weight

    4.6lb

    OUTPUT

    Output Voltage

    +3.3V +5V +12V1 +12V2 -12V +5VSB

    Max. Load

    30A 30A 20A 20A 0.5A 0.5A

    Min. Load


    0.5A 0.5A 1A 1A 0A 0.1A

    Regulation

    +5% +5% +5% +5% +10% +5%

    Ripple & Noise mV

    70mV 70mV 120mV 120mV 120mV 70mV

    Available Power


    631.5W


    18.5

    Total Power


    650W continus maximum at full load

    INPUT

    Input Voltage


    115/230V

    Input Frequency Range


    50-60 Hz

    Inrush Current


    Maximium current at 115-240V ac(RMS: 15A)

    Input Current


    8A RMS MAX. FOR 115VAC, 4.5A RMS MAX.FOR 230VAC

    Hold-up Time


    17ms max.

    Efficiency


    > 80% 650WATT

    EMI/RFI


    FCC Class B

    ENVIRONMENTAL

    Operating Temp.


    0 to 40℃

    Operating Alt.


    10,000ft

    MTBF


    > 100,000 Hours

    Safety Approval


    UL, TUV, CB, EMI cerification, FCC, CE, C-tick & BSMI

    RoHS Ready


    Yes

    PFC


    Active PFC (Energy Saving 40%)
  3. now that i think about it you were probably asking about my whole computer, umm i don't even know where to start with a spec sheet, it is pretty much just an HP-6750y.

    Base processor
    Phenom-9650 (A) 2.3 GHz (95W)

    * 3600 MHz HyperTransport 3.0
    * Socket AM2+

    Chipset
    AMD 780G
    Motherboard

    * Manufacturer: MSI
    * Motherboard Name: Aspen-GL8E

    Power supply

    * 300W

    Memory
    Component Attributes
    Memory Installed 8 GB
    Maximum allowed 16 GB (4 x 4 GB) (64-bit OS)

    4 GB* (4 x 1 GB) (32-bit OS)

    *Actual available memory may be less
    Speed supported PC2-6400 MB/sec
    Type 240 pin, DDR2
    Hard drive

    * 750 GB SATA 3G (3.0 Gb/sec)
    * 7200 rpm

    Pulled the old psu, put in the 650w prudent way
    added also a 1TB hard drive other than that same as when i bought it
  4. and i'm assuming when your old psu is plugged in your system works...just not with the new one?

    if i were you i would exchange for a different brand psu like Antec, Corsair or Seasonic
  5. i think i forgot to mention this is my second new psu as well, first i bought an ocz stealth stream 700w off newegg, that worked great for all of about 12 hours, then it super died, this new one has shut off a couple times, maybe i'm doing something wrong?
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