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Hi all,

In the last 3 days my computer has really gone bad.

When im surfing the web, playing, word ANYTHING my computer will randomly freeze. After some time (5 minutes aprox) it will come to normal, if not it will show BSOD. After BSOD i turn it on and usually my PC would get stuck on the motherboard logo scree, and stay there for ever. I cant enter BIOS Boot options etc... from there all I can do is turn it off. If I turn it on immidatly after, it will not boot and get stucked on the same motherboard logo screen. What I usually do from here is turn it off, disconnect the AC power and leave it ther for 10 minutes, and after that it would boot normal. But after that, the procces would start again from the start, crashing in about 30 to 45 minutes...

So, does anyone here have a way to fix this problem? If you guys want I can upload screen of the BSOD next time it happens.

My Specs are:
i7 2600k
8gb Ram 4X2 Ram Gskill
Noctua NH d14
GTX 470 Nvidia
Mushkin SDD 60GB
Gigabyte UD3 P67A

Oh, and by the way.. I still have one of the faulty motherboards, since I dont live in the USA and I bought mine there therefore I cant sent it to Intel to get a new mobo... a family member is flying to USA so one of my options is to ship it then, but that would mean that I would not have PC for some time and I need it.

Hopefully you can help me, since this is becoming very frustrating and I really need help.

Greetings,

Jm
Edited by JmChile - 5/16/11 at 3:37pm
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How are your temps looking?
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How are your temps looking?
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First, why are you using RT 3.60? 3.67 has been out for four months. Upgrade your version.

Second, why are there only two cpu cores ? There should be four...what does CPU-Z say?

Sounds like you need to power off the board completely, unplug the power supply, use a screwdriver to short the two clear cmos/RTC jumper pins for 30 seconds, then power back on and set the BIOS back up correctly. Then flash to the latest B2 version BIOS.

And by the way, you don't send the board to INTEL. It's the retailers who are responsible for replacing the boards. And why can't you just do international post to send the board back? Just contact the company and explain your situation. You have to take the initiative....
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First, why are you using RT 3.60? 3.67 has been out for four months. Upgrade your version.

Second, why are there only two cpu cores ? There should be four...what does CPU-Z say?

Sounds like you need to power off the board completely, unplug the power supply, use a screwdriver to short the two clear cmos/RTC jumper pins for 30 seconds, then power back on and set the BIOS back up correctly. Then flash to the latest B2 version BIOS.

And by the way, you don't send the board to INTEL. It's the retailers who are responsible for replacing the boards. And why can't you just do international post to send the board back? Just contact the company and explain your situation. You have to take the initiative....
Im looking into what you just said... I havent had a BSOD since I wrote this post so I dont want to screw it unplugging my mobo..

are you sure that retail has to replace my board? I bought it at compusa more than 3 months ago... will they still replace it?
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Intel is PAYING them to replace the board. They HAVE to replace it or they will be in BIG trouble with Intel..as in, never being allowed to do business with them again....

While you're busy with that, did you check your real temp version upgrade to 3.67? And make sure you have all four cores enabled in the BIOS, too...
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Intel is PAYING them to replace the board. They HAVE to replace it or they will be in BIG trouble with Intel..as in, never being allowed to do business with them again....

While you're busy with that, did you check your real temp version upgrade to 3.67? And make sure you have all four cores enabled in the BIOS, too...
I will try in the local store where I bought it...

Yest I upgraded real temp, probably there was a bug here is a new screen shot
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