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This issue hasn't been a problem for me so far. It'll sometimes boots 2-3 times before the screen shows anything. AND this is honestly when I've been OCing and messing around with stuff in BIOS. I've been stable now for a few hours and have tested and nothing so far. Will keep you guys updated about the Z68XP boards.
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Mine had this issue when crashed from unstable settings. Stable settings & F6 bios has things working well.
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Originally Posted by hellohowru;13874541 
My situation is worse, eventually it doesn't even turn on until i unplug the 24pins
All we can do is wait for a bios fix?

which BIOSes have you tried? sometimes the latest beta or finals aren't always the best.
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Originally Posted by Sin0822;13874519 
if it eventually boots its not a problem. The cycling we are talking about is when the board starts up and then shuts down over and over in an inifinite loop. If its just doing a cycle 3-5 times its checknig to make suyre the system is stable nough to finish through the POST. When this happens and you plug in a POST CODE card or you have a UD7 you can see the POST codes don't even show up, not even the first code C1. What you are refering too does show a code C1 over and over and then finnally catches and goes through the rest of the POST.

It is a problem because a board should never boot cycle like this except maybe on the very 1st boot.

And once I enter the BIOS after a boot loop I get that message "The system has experienced boot failures because of overclocking or changes of voltages...". This occurs even with fail safe defaults. You think that's not a problem?

BTW, I have overclocked my 2500K to 4Ghz and set my memory to it's stock settings of DDR3-1600, CAS 8 and ran Prime95 + Intel Burn Test which were successful. So my board is stable when overclocked, but the boot loop causes the multiplier to reset to default.
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I have i7 2600k and Gigabyte Z68X-UD7-B3 and I have a problem that shows me a BSOD 0x0000124. What does this BSOD?
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Originally Posted by Sin0822;13875886 
which BIOSes have you tried? sometimes the latest beta or finals aren't always the best.

I am in F5 right now and my friend is using F6, we both got the same issue.
I never press the reset button after the boot loop issue appear.
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I have i7 2600k and Gigabyte Z68X-UD7-B3 and I have a problem that shows me a BSOD 0x0000124. What does this BSOD?

Most likely not enough vcore
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Originally Posted by Patrick Wolf;13877758 
It is a problem because a board should never boot cycle like this except maybe on the very 1st boot.

And once I enter the BIOS after a boot loop I get that message "The system has experienced boot failures because of overclocking or changes of voltages...". This occurs even with fail safe defaults. You think that's not a problem?

BTW, I have overclocked my 2500K to 4Ghz and set my memory to it's stock settings of DDR3-1600, CAS 8 and ran Prime95 + Intel Burn Test which were successful. So my board is stable when overclocked, but the boot loop causes the multiplier to reset to default.

no it should boot cycle like that and finally catch its own if the OC is unstable or you just applied an OC.
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I am in F5 right now and my friend is using F6, we both got the same issue.
I never press the reset button after the boot loop issue appear.

go ahead and try the latest beta off tewaktownforums
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Any word from Gigabyte on this old Boot-Cycle problem?
    
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