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What happens when you shut down from within windows?
    
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Same issue, always.
Power down from BIOS, power down from Windows or go into sleep(s).
All lights on mainboard light up, fans keep running i hear drives and usb shuts down.
Not sure if this is mainboard, psu or memory related. I have no mb speaker to hear bleeps, but all lights burn brightly just like on boot.
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Sounds like a completely different issue than whats being discussed here. just for ***ts and giggles, what memory are you running and whats are the voltages set to in the bios?

You may also want to start a new thread.
    
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I guess we are starting to narrow down the problem to the ram voltage?
   
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I am trying to narrow the problem down. But I haven't the slightest clue to be honest. If your memory voltages are where they should be We can move onto the next possible cause. I do know that my post loop issues were directly related to the voltages for the memory controller.
    
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im suprised that its only on intel boards so i mean it must be something with the chipset
   
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The memory controller is in the cpu itself. Try setting your mem controller to 1.15 if your lower than that and see if that solves your issue
Edited by midad04 - 1/5/12 at 4:36pm
    
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The memory controller is in the cpu itself. Try setting your mem controller to 1.15 if your lower than that and see if that solves your issue

Would this be VTT/QPI?, I'd recommend putting it on 1.190 - 1.2V personally
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Would this be VTT/QPI?, I'd recommend putting it on 1.190 - 1.2V personally

That's what I am talking about, but because he did not give any of his specs I figured 1.15 was a good place to start. My kingston modules actually call for 1.2v

btw hows your rig doing neil?
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That's what I am talking about, but because he did not give any of his specs I figured 1.15 was a good place to start. My kingston modules actually call for 1.2v
btw hows your rig doing neil?

Didn't cold boot shut off yesterday or the day before but it did this morning frown.gif. When it shut off, I took the psu cable out put it back in and it started up as normal. The system work's perfectly when it does actually start up to windows biggrin.gif
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