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I need help and advice!

I change the chassi the other day, it worked fine for about an hour but then starts to reboot itselfs (it even rebots when im in bios)
it is a bit different, sometimes the computer works a few hours and sometimes it rebooting around every few minutes.

I tested the following:

1: Try a different graphics card (in my two pci-e connector on the motherboard)
2: Put my c: drive in port 2 instead of port 1 (SATA cable)
3: Reset the CMOS / removed the motherboard battery
4: put all the bios on the defult
5: bought a brand new psu 650W, it seemed that everything would work perfectly, took a few hours, and then the computer restarts itself.
6: Check that all cables are properly
7: view all temps (all the temp is like before I change chassis)
8: lift off the motherboard (all distances sat where they could


I am completely blank on other things it may be, please someone who knows what the f # #k is wrong?

Hardware: [GPU] GTX 470 [CPU] i7 860 [Motherboard] Asusp 7p55d (newest bios) [Memory] DDR3 4x2gb [PSU], Fractal Design Newton 650W r2 [HDD] 1 ssd intel g2, 3 Western Digital 500gb drives
Edited by robalm - 7/30/11 at 7:14pm
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So all of this started happening after you changed the chassis?

On one of neweggs reviews someone said "Probably works great if you dont Update Bios."
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8: lift off the motherboard (all distances sat where they could
I am not sure what you mean by this.

Do you mean that you placed the entire system on cardboard to ensure nothing was causing a short? If not then I suggest you attempt doing so.
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So all of this started happening after you changed the chassis?

On one of neweggs reviews someone said "Probably works great if you dont Update Bios."
All I did to transfer everything to the new chassis, and that was when the computer started to restart itself.
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I am not sure what you mean by this.

Do you mean that you placed the entire system on cardboard to ensure nothing was causing a short? If not then I suggest you attempt doing so.
I use google translate to translate, and unfortunately it may be difficult to understand each other.
How ever I write google translate dose not know what I mean.
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All I did to transfer everything to the new chassis, and that was when the computer started to restart itself.
Maybe there is a connection with the mother board and the chassis and causing it to short.
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When your computer auto-restarts do you receive a message stating Windows Shutdown Improperly or Unexpectedly? Or does it just reboot normally without the message?
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Dude, check the temps and make sure nothing is overheating, if not that I am sad to tell you you might need to remove everything and make sure you put everything slowly one by one and hopefully that stops the restarts.
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When your computer auto-restarts do you receive a message stating Windows Shutdown Improperly or Unexpectedly? Or does it just reboot normally without the message?
Yes, I get a message before I enter the windows, something like: "windows has shut down" I get a few choices and 30 sec to choose.
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Dude, check the temps and make sure nothing is overheating, if not that I am sad to tell you you might need to remove everything and make sure you put everything slowly one by one and hopefully that stops the restarts.
All the temp is fine.
Core Temp - 30c 31c 33c 29 c idle (40/45c in Crysis 2)
Mothebord - 30-33c
GPU - 45c (crysis 2, Note hotter than 70c)
Ssd - 0C
Hdd - 1, 2, 3 - 31c - 32c-33c
Psu - 33/37c

As I said almost the same temp as from my old chassis (a few degrees better with the new chassis)

I have removed the motherboard and everything several times looking for errors and then put it all together, but without success.
Edited by robalm - 8/2/11 at 5:15am
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