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350 watts ups with 600 watts psu

Hello,my system intel i5, hd 1 tb,ati 2600 512mb,350 watts ups and 600 watts psu, then my pc just suddenly power out and i keep on turning it on then shuts down unexpectedly again i keep on turning it on but always shutting in a min.please help
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  1. How does the system run when you're not using the UPS?
  2. i havent yet trying connecting it directly to wall socket or outlet, is it possible? thank u so much
  3. WR2 said:
    How does the system run when you're not using the UPS?

    i havent yet trying connecting it directly to wall socket or outlet, is it possible? thank u so much
  4. You can use the non-battery sockets on the UPS so you have surge protection.

    What UPS do you have? How old is it? Did it ever run OK with your PC?
  5. WR2 said:
    You can use the non-battery sockets on the UPS so you have surge protection.

    What UPS do you have? How old is it? Did it ever run OK with your PC?


    its new 350 watts ups syndome we just built the pc ourselves it runs well for 1 week then this problem occurs, is it the white socket u mean?
  6. Got a link for that UPS? I can't find it anywhere based on what you named it.
    What 600W PSU do you have?
  7. WR2 said:
    Got a link for that UPS? I can't find it anywhere based on what you named it.
    What 600W PSU do you have?

    i think iCON
  8. the power supply is Dtech the ups iCON
  9. That sounds barely like English. It could be the PSU itself or some kind of heat problem. Try plugging it straight in.
  10. Sorry, I can't find any info on Icon uninterruptible power supply (UPS)
  11. False_Dmitry_II said:
    That sounds barely like English. It could be the PSU itself or some kind of heat problem. Try plugging it straight in.

    straight to where? without ups you mean?
  12. WR2 said:
    Sorry, I can't find any info on Icon uninterruptible power supply (UPS)

    oh maybe you can try iCON UPS^^
  13. Im thinking it might be a PFC (power factor correction) issue with the UPS and PSU.
  14. Can you give us a link?
  15. Yeah, without UPS.

    I don't think the PFC stuff is real. Only on certain PSU's does it seem to be a problem, and that makes it an implementation problem not an inherent one. Mine has no such problem with my CyberPower 900 watt LCD PSU.
  16. False_Dmitry_II said:
    Yeah, without UPS.

    I don't think the PFC stuff is real. Only on certain PSU's does it seem to be a problem, and that makes it an implementation problem not an inherent one. Mine has no such problem with my CyberPower 900 watt LCD PSU.


    hi, ive tried plugging it direct but still fails
  17. WR2 said:
    Can you give us a link?


    hello ived tried plugging it direct but still it powers out, what should i do please help
  18. Best answer
    You need to fix what ever problem is keeping the new just built PC from running.

    Use the "System won't boot" checklist
  19. WR2 said:
    You need to fix what ever problem is keeping the new just built PC from running.

    Use the "System won't boot" checklist


    hi, thank you very much, cpu fan is the problem,youre really reliable GOD bless
  20. Best answer selected by kceeclaire.
  21. Glad it helped. Hopefully now the UPS will also work when you test it out.
  22. WR2 said:
    Glad it helped. Hopefully now the UPS will also work when you test it out.

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