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Sweet will give that a try... / snip / ... Very unhappy I have been a loyal GB customer I cant believe that they would release a board and not test it properly. Somthing serious as this I would think they would want this issue sorted out quickly looks like Asus are going to have my money now.
Well... If manually setting the timing does work, you can't really blame gigabyte for your own negligence. Please let us know if that fixes the issue though.

On another note, I'm not really sure if people understand the concept of BIOS updates and software revisions.
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Well... If manually setting the timing does work, you can't really blame gigabyte for your own negligence. Please let us know if that fixes the issue though.
Manually put in all of the timings and voltages, still a cold boot cycle, unplug from the wall for a few seconds, let it start up again then reverts from its backup F5 to the latest F7 and comes up with a message saying that the system has experienced bot failures because of overclocking.

So look like GB are the ones are are negligent here and by reading though the thread other people are having the same issue.
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so i read pages 1-15....couldn't go any further...

anyway, i just built my rig last week. Did the turbo boost on gigabyte's Easy Tune6 to 4.1gzh. It ran perfectly fine with stock cooler. Did prime for 9+ hrs with no errors.

Sunday i decided to buy the corsair H50 that's on sale at Best buy to lower my temps.
after installing the H50 my comp went into the loop. Never booted back up.

Had no problems before this. except when i fooled with touch bios to do some OC, it would only do one loop then right into a full boot. Now its just endless loop.

Help
my build was going so well...i tried removin the PSU cables and removing the battery then putting it back and it still goes into the loop.

Does it eventually boot up?
Did you leave your computer on 24/7 before the H50 upgrade?
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Did you leave your computer on 24/7 before the H50 upgrade?
no. but it was on for about 10hrs straight the night before. then turned on in the sunday morning with no problems.
then took out stock heat sink and installed h50. turned on and then the loop starts
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gotta love the boot loop....I dont really mind it myself.

makes me laugh how some people are too lazy to flip the switch on their power supply when they apply bad OC settings

its really not that bad anyway....

BTW, to get it to boot default settings....once it powers up immediately press the reset button. should power down again, then power up, cycle through some stuff and POST at defaults.
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OK guys I think I may be onto something.
From this other thread here:
http://forum.giga-byte.co.uk/index.p...e;topic=5428.0

yayo has posted up the initial release BIOS of F5. I have just downloaded and flashed my BIOS from F7 back to F5 and the PC now seems to be booting up normally. Switched it off for 1, 5 and 10mins and every time it has loaded no problems. Changed the RAM to XMP with settings to auto which the BIOS has already put in the default values for the Ripjaws.

Will continue testing but it looks like Gigabyte may have released the F7 update too quickly as from what I can tell the F7 (which is the only BIOS on the Gigabyte website (*** is with that???)) supports the Touch BIOS and the Z68 SSD Cache feature. I think GB may have rushed though the BIOS update without properly testing everything.

I will keep you all updated, doing some stress testing before I start powering off again for a longer period.
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z68XP owner and I've yet to experience the problem..

Although this may be what your talking about but this is something I've noticed on my rig.

-Turn PC off.
-Poke front button to turn on.
-3-4 Seconds later, LEDs turn on, fans start spinning.
-6-7 Seconds screen turns on for BIOs menu.
 
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yep, 2 times.
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I have found out that disabling spread spectrum helps to reduce boot cycling. I get constant triple/quadruple boots but with spread spectrum disabled, the board only does it occasionally. Regardless of triple boots, OC never fails.
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just reset cmos. works for now. hopefully dont have to do that too often
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