we have the DX58SO2 some weeks now and there is a strange issue I don't understand.
Is has to do with power up and down:
1) Power Up
When we power the computer up, it does not power up the right way all the time.
When it powers up the right way,
the fans go on, the HD LED lights up for a while and then the screen goes on.
But sometimes, the fans go on, the HD LED just lights up shortly and the screen keeps black, the board waits for ever.
We press the reset button then, and often it powers up then the right way.
Sometimes we have to repeat this several times until the computer powers up.
After getting stuck with this power up problem, we have the case now after some weeks
that we have to repeat power up very often to start the computer.
If we press the reset button, it even powers down and powers on afterwards, what it didn't do before. Before it made the rest and kept powered up.
Also when pressing the power button sometimes the computer powers on the fans are going, then it powers down and powers on again, like 2 tries.
2) Power Down
When we got the board new, we were powering the computer down and pressed the power button.
Directly afterwards it powered down. Normally we would have to press the power button several seconds contantly before the computer powers down.
The short push to the powerbutton would shut Windows down, if configured like this, but not the hardware shutdown immediately.
Now some weeks gone, the computer shuts only down, if you press the power button several seconds contantly like it should be.
How did this change? It's OK now, but why was it wrong in the beginning.
I find these issues a little bit strange, and wonder if this has to do with the power supply (Be Quiet Dark Power Pro 750W).
I have ordered another psu (Enermax 700W). Our distributor said, may be the Dark Power Pro is not fast enough.
What could be the reason of these strange behaviors?
Has this something to do with the BIOS,
Or has this to do with the board by itself?
Atleast it makes no fun to start, shutdown, start again and so on to get the computer powered up.
I think this is not good for the HDs, board and other components. I fear, that this can even damage devices.
Hope i could explain everything understandable (english is not my mother language).
Thanks for your assistance.