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Turns off when turn on computer it runs for about 15 seconds then turns off. the more times i reboot the faster it turns off ????

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Almost certainly overheating or lack of power supply. What is the PSU on the system case? Have you attached all the cables - especially if you are using a high-end graphics card which requires extra power support.....check all! Please give me specs. and maybe I can understand better


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Re: turns off

Check that the heatsink fan is attatched properly as it could be due to overheating.

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