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post #31 of 790
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no i do NOT work for them. I just get review samples from them and keep in contact to help better develop products and fix issues. I think they call me a "power user" lol.

Did you really have to rep me to 666 LOL.

I have to confess, it was me...Muahahahaha devil.gif
post #32 of 790
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I'm surprised no one started a thread on such a important problem on this forum.

At this point, no one can say for sure if it's a Gigabyte problem or a Intel P67/Z68 problem.
This is the reason i went from GB to Asus in my p67 choice, there was nothing i could do that stopped the issue of the boot cycle, i flashed the BIOS to the same as the back up, disabled PLL, ran everything on stock , etc. It still persisted. In short i got rid of the board and went with Asus.

I know how unnerving it can be, and especially in your case you are building for customers. There are still several people who have this reboot cycle problem, im surprised it hasn't really been addressed.
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So far I've yet to have it happen again since I've found a stable OC and stopped messing with the BIOS so much. I could be wrong but so far it definitely only seems to only happen when I'm constantly making changes in the BIOS. (With the exception of the reset button of course)
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Newegg just released the GA-Z68XP-UD4, was going to get it until I saw this booting issue. Anyone know if they fixed it for the Z68XP boards?
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Newegg just released the GA-Z68XP-UD4, was going to get it until I saw this booting issue. Anyone know if they fixed it for the Z68XP boards?
Link? I just checked Newegg and found nothing.
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yea me too i found nothing as well, i doubt they'd go on sale right this moment
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interesting weird it didn't come up on the search. I am glad they are hitting the market now
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post #39 of 790
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Oh wow! Nice Guess that's a new "real" z68 xD I like it Shame I got the V-PRO already
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i am interested to see how many ppl will buy the Z68X opposed to Z68XP just because its a few cheaper and no HDMI out b/c they wont use it, will be interesting to see.
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