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My Custom Built Pc keeps turning off and back on at random points?

I've swapped the power supply with a new one but the problem still occurs.

I believe it started when I downloaded windows 10? However my pc doesn't even give me the time to put windows 7 back on it!

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

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Sup Bruh's

My Custom Built Pc keeps turning off and back on at random points?

I've swapped the power supply with a new one but the problem still occurs.

I believe it started when I downloaded windows 10? However my pc doesn't even give me the time to put windows 7 back on it!

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

Thanks 3man
Might be a defective motherboard or CPU. Does it crash or simply reboot?
 
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Might be a defective motherboard or CPU. Does it crash or simply reboot?
It just reboots... Sometimes it takes an hour and other times 5 minutes! It varies.... I also pulled each part out aswell but still happens. However I did not take out the motherboard or cpu.
 
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It just reboots... Sometimes it takes an hour and other times 5 minutes! It varies.... I also pulled each part out aswell but still happens. However I did not take out the motherboard or cpu.
Then chances are that the CPU or motherboard is bad.

If you have another CPU that uses the same socket, try using that one to see if the issue is the cpu or the motherboard!
 
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Then chances are that the CPU or motherboard is bad.

If you have another CPU that uses the same socket, try using that one to see if the issue is the cpu or the motherboard!
Okay thanks! I'll switch the cpu over tomorrow and update the post with any changes.
 
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Then chances are that the CPU or motherboard is bad.

If you have another CPU that uses the same socket, try using that one to see if the issue is the cpu or the motherboard!
In the end it was my motherboard! Sent it off to be checked and found out that the cpu pins on the motherboard were bent So that must be the problem! Well anyways I'm paying for it to be sent off too Asus so they can fix it hopefully.
 
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i know this may be a dumb question you have Warranty still on pc
 
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i know this may be a dumb question you have Warranty still on pc
Bent pins on the motherboard voids the warrenty unfortunately!
 
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