False Anti-surge Shutdown Issue

The built-in anti-surge feature on some motherboards is known to produce false-positive readings while monitoring the output voltages of the power supply. Seasonic power supplies have their own integral safety features to protect all the components against electrical damage. When your system shuts down due to this problem in the motherboard, please follow these steps:

  1. Update the BIOS of your motherboard to the latest version available.
  2. Check the power supply’s output readings in the BIOS.
  3. If all seems to be normal then turn OFF your motherboard’s anti-surge protection.
  4. To make sure that everything runs properly, you can check your benchmark scores (Futuremark, OCCT, etc.)
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