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Have you tried unplugging the PSU and just holding down the power button for a few seconds? It probably just needs to discharge completely.
I tried unplugging the PSU for 8 hours, when I come back after work the boot loop was still there.

Worst thing is after a couple tries, eventually the board won't post at all until I unplug the 24 pins.
post #172 of 810
just pull out the 24 pin connector, then put back in after you clear cmos easy.
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I've noticed that everyone in this thread that has the boot cycling issues runs above 1333mhz ram, and the one person without it in this thread is running 1333mhz ram the Intel specs say 1333 mhz is the max for the 2500k.

Anyone want to try setting their ram to 1333mhz?
post #174 of 810
Might depend somewhat on the memory, but I have no boot loop issues anymore while running memory at 1866 or 2133. The issue for me was the bios and/or reset button, using f3d bios & not using the reset I have no more issues.
    
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This morning I had a single loop before booting, it's rare but it happens probably once every 10 shutdowns. Other than that not much to report.
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I was sent to this thread because I'm having the same problem as described by sgr215 EXCEPT that, since I'm not actively using the system yet...it ONLY happens when I hit the reset button. But I wanted to chime in because I am using a Gigabyte H67 board, with no overclocking at all. So I think the theories that it is related to OCing might be wrong. The not-so-funny thing is that I purposely built this system with stability (and quietness) in mind. I wish this thread had been started a few weeks earlier.

I can live without the reset button, but it sounds like this issue can get worse over time, and it's probably a sign of a bum board overall. F%!@&$!!!!!

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post #177 of 810
They released a BIOS for previous P67 boards that specifically said in the release notes fixed issues with restart button. have you updated your BIOS?
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Just installed the P8Z68-V PRO yesterday. I must say, I'm amazed with the amount of fan headers on this Asus board. 6x fan headers! vs UD4's 4x.

Dual CPU fan headers for push-pull, very well thoughtout Asus!

No more boot loop problem. Unless Gigabyte gets their act together they're gonna lose a lot more loyal customers in the future.
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btw new bIOSes released i think, for the UD7 at least.
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post #180 of 810
I get Boot loops if I set my ram to 8-8-8-24 instead of 8-9-8-8-24

Ram is at 1866Mhz at 1,525v
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