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Sparadic power interruptions

Gigatybe MB. Ran for 3 months without problems. Lately it reboots or total shuts off. Sometimes it restarts if I cycle the power sometime it simply ignores me. Come back a few hours, it starts without a problem. A few hours later or a few days later, it shuts off again. Replaced power supply, same thing. Any ideas?

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