It's a trap!
The OP mentioned PSU too weak in his first post. Two people prior to your answer discussed that comment by the OP but neither suggested replacing the PSU as you did. The OP purchased a new PSU based on your recommendation. While I do agree that a higher wattage quality PSU is preferable in his overall use case, his current PSU was properly powering the system and absorbing the spike as a good PSU should do. That is how they work. Otherwise it would be crashing.Okay, thanks for the info, like I said I am not familiar with all the ins and outs of PSUs. So are we going to downvote everyone who suggested its a PSU issue or just me because I had faulty reasoning, which apparently is everyone who suggested it?
So yes you did get a downvote and a callout because it was deserved. Your answer is not going to solve this persons question, and on top of that you cause him to needlessly spend money to fix a problem. Lest you forget real people are on the other end of these conversations, with real money that they may be spending based upon your responses. So it is intrinsic upon you to be as correct as possible in your answers, and if you are "not familiar with all the ins and outs of PSUs" maybe take a step back before providing information about them that may cause someone to needlessly spend money. And if you're going to call out a person who is telling you that your information is incorrect, you should be able to both back up your position, and not have the facts of the actual post you are in contradict your argument.