I bought a PC about two months ago, and it was working great until yesterday. I was playing Magicka (a Steam game) which is a very light game and suddenly my PC rebooted. When it came back, the initial screen had the text "Asus anti-surge was triggered to protect system from unstable power supply" (or something like that). Then just after that screen disappeared it shutdown and never came back!! It has absolutely no sign of life; I tried to change the PSU and had no success. Anyone have any idea?
I also tried to test my PSU in my brother's computer. The CPU fan shows a small sign of life (it rotates once), but it stops right after. I also tested a normally functioning PSU on my computer with no success either.
I'm afraid that I fried my PSU and my motherboard!
Here`s my configuration:
- PSU: Corsair CX750
- Motherboard: Asus H87M-E
- CPU: Intel i7 4770 Haskell
- GPU: Nvidia GeForce 770GTX
- RAM: 16 GB kingston DDR3 1600
- HD: Seagate 1 TB SATA3
Updates from another forum:
- Motherboard LED and Ethernet LED are both working fine.
- Paperclip test on PSU successful. It works.
- Tested PSU in my brother's computer. It doesn't work.
- Actually the CPU cooler rotates ONCE and stops. So it shows a small signal of life.
- Tested my brother's PSU in my computer. It didnt't work.
- GPU tested and it is working fine.
- I didn't test memories nor CPU.
What should I do?