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Problem with new Aerocool Zero Db 620W PSU

I have purchased a new Aerocool 620W PSU above. I have connected all cables correctly but my systems still switches off after a short while. It will thereafter not start up again, unless I removed the main 220V power cable and re-connect. The system then shuts down again in less than a minute. I have a Asus M2-NE SLI mobo, AMD AM2 5600+CPU, Gainward GeForce 8800 GTX Ultra, 2Gb Kingston Ram, 500Gb Seagate HDD. I have build many PC before and never experienced such problems before. I can run the same system on a Gainward 550W PSU and no problems. Please help.

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Plug it directly into the wall dont use power bar or check for 120 / 220 volt switch

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