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Every time I push the power button on my PC, it turns on, but about 5 seconds later, it turns itself off again, then on again and then it posts.

Ive got the CPU overclocked to 4,8 Ghz at 1,45v

Is it normal, or am I unstable? I can pass 15 runs of IBT maximum, and the furthest ive tested Prime95 atm is 5 hours where I left it on and running. When I got back the computer was off, but when I turned it on it started up with Prime running, but I got Sleepmode to never go on
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Every time I push the power button on my PC, it turns on, but about 5 seconds later, it turns itself off again, then on again and then it posts.

Ive got the CPU overclocked to 4,8 Ghz at 1,45v

Is it normal, or am I unstable? I can pass 15 runs of IBT maximum, and the furthest ive tested Prime95 atm is 5 hours where I left it on and running. When I got back the computer was off, but when I turned it on it started up with Prime running, but I got Sleepmode to never go on
Try to disable both the Marvell and JMicron controllers in bios.

Also, to remedy the sleep mode problem, try to disable Internal PLL Overvoltage option.

That PLL thing is posted in your Elite Club, also, the solution for that double boot issue has been posted several times there..
Edited by turrican9 - 6/7/11 at 3:39pm
    
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I am not using PLL overvolting (unless its on as default)

Gonna check out the dual boot solution
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I am not using PLL overvolting (unless its on as default)

Gonna check out the dual boot solution
If it's on Auto, it's probably enabled since you're running 4.8GHz. It may be you need it enabled for that speed, then again not.

Anyway, this is known to cause wakeup from sleep problems. Only way is to disable it, or don't use sleep mode. I never use sleep mode on self built computers, as I've found through all my builds it will often cause problems, in one way or another.
Edited by turrican9 - 6/7/11 at 3:48pm
    
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Thats the Thing, I have Sleep mode disabled. It shouldnt ever go into sleep mode. But when I got home, my computer was off, I pressed the Start button, got a "Overclocking failed, press F1 to go into setup", went into setup, restarted by not changing anything, got into windows and all the programs I had running when I left home was up.

Double post seem to have been fixed by enabling "boot by PCIE"
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