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There's a few factors here, and many of them point at the possibility of damaging your motherboard if you arn't sure what you're doing. You don't seem to, and this is a bad idea. You shouldn't be trying to boot a PC off a jerryrigged power supply without a good idea of what you're doing. This is kinda anecdotal but I do suspect you might need some of the ...


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Note that in the BIOS settings, under System status, it says "Not present" for the entry M.2/SATA Port 5, although there is definitely an M.2 drive present Your new 970 EVO is an NVMe drive which connects through PCIe; it is not a SATA device and does not consume a SATA port. (Most M.2 slots are dual-purpose and accept both SATA and PCIe devices.) ...


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No, there will be no additional stress on the system - most of these sensors are always reading and being acted on in the background anyway. Depending on the sensor I guess its possible that it will slow the system down a wee bit while it is gathering the data.


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Is the warranty still active? If so call Dell at this point FOR SURE WHEN the issue is happening I'd disconnect everything that isn't needed & try to power-on again. Have only the PSU connected to motherboard, CPU, 1x RAM stick. Disconnect: all external connections except for power cord, hard drives, PCIe/expansion cards, front panels, case fans, etc. ...


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I have had a shutdown problem similar to this one you are having for the longest while. Besides searching all over the web for answers and posting to specific or relevant OEM forums, I also reported it to bugzilla.kernel.org back in 12/2018: https://bugzilla.kernel.org/show_bug.cgi?id=201965 Never had a reply. Then again this year: https://bugzilla.kernel....


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