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Well, I was wrong.





Mediocre cable management, in my opinion. lol any suggestions on hiding the SATA cables? Or the fan cables...

I'm very happy now that I'm using an Intel CPU and the performance was immediately noticeable! However, when I turn on my computer, it'll turn on (that's good...), then it'll power down for a second, then it'll turn on again. I've had no BSODs, no random restarts or shut downs, and I'm absolutely clueless. The computer works fine its just the start up that has me worried...

Any ideas? I've done numerous Google searches and every forum I look at suggests a PSU issue. I'm using the same PSU that was in my AMD build and I had no issues with the power supply...

Anyway, thanks for looking and if you have any ideas as to what may be the issue let me know!
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Could be something as simple as crossed front panel jumpers, your system could be doing a restart as soon as you power it on, my old P5Q + E7400 used to do this all the time, never had any issues with it though, just powered down, then back on, every time I booted up =P
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This is best decision you ever made in entire life! Jk but seriously congratulations on your ring its super nice! inb4 Overkill PSU aswell.
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it'll turn on (that's good...), then it'll power down for a second, then it'll turn on again.
This is normal for socket 1155 mobos, don't worry about that, I got same thing .
Its something about power pulling I guess, at least thats what I heard, don't worry about it! It will disappear by the time!
Edited by Shame486 - 8/11/11 at 12:09pm
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This is best decision you ever made in entire life! Jk but seriously congratulations on your ring its super nice! inb4 Overkill PSU aswell.

This is normal for socket 1155 mobos, don't worry about that, I got same thing .
Its something about power pulling I guess, at least thats what I heard, don't worry about it! It will disappear by the time!
Hmm that's interesting! Well hopefully it'll disappear with time. And yes, I'm beginning to think that it was one of the best decisions haha.
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post #5 of 9
It also happens on my computer, but when I changed cases to my current one, it stopped doing it. Then I decided to cable manage and it came back, but I wouldn't worry about it.
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Well, I was wrong.

Mediocre cable management, in my opinion. lol any suggestions on hiding the SATA cables? Or the fan cables...

I'm very happy now that I'm using an Intel CPU and the performance was immediately noticeable! However, when I turn on my computer, it'll turn on (that's good...), then it'll power down for a second, then it'll turn on again. I've had no BSODs, no random restarts or shut downs, and I'm absolutely clueless. The computer works fine its just the start up that has me worried...

Any ideas? I've done numerous Google searches and every forum I look at suggests a PSU issue. I'm using the same PSU that was in my AMD build and I had no issues with the power supply...

Anyway, thanks for looking and if you have any ideas as to what may be the issue let me know!
i used haf for a long time and i dont have the patience to sleeve, best way to manage your cables it to use a lot of zip ties and group your cables together, make them move into one direction. use extensions/longer cables if needed.

for the power off-on issue. you can do a google search on "ASUS P8P67 cold boot" or visit The Official ASUS P8P67/P8Z68 Series Owners Club http://www.overclock.net/intel-mothe...es-owners.html
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It happenes on my 775 board... turns on for half a second then 1-2 seconds later it fully turns on... its normal
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Well, I was wrong.





Mediocre cable management, in my opinion. lol any suggestions on hiding the SATA cables? Or the fan cables...

I'm very happy now that I'm using an Intel CPU and the performance was immediately noticeable! However, when I turn on my computer, it'll turn on (that's good...), then it'll power down for a second, then it'll turn on again. I've had no BSODs, no random restarts or shut downs, and I'm absolutely clueless. The computer works fine its just the start up that has me worried...

Any ideas? I've done numerous Google searches and every forum I look at suggests a PSU issue. I'm using the same PSU that was in my AMD build and I had no issues with the power supply...

Anyway, thanks for looking and if you have any ideas as to what may be the issue let me know!
To fix the boot looping update your bios for the mobo, also double check boot priority and make sure OS HDD is first, welcome to the other side fast and hot isn't she? (CPU)
Also good card there used to have two of them they were beastly but a little to hot/loud for me went back to team green.
    
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To fix the boot looping update your bios for the mobo, also double check boot priority and make sure OS HDD is first, welcome to the other side fast and hot isn't she? (CPU)
Also good card there used to have two of them they were beastly but a little to hot/loud for me went back to team green.
Thanks for the info! I updated my bios but it's still doing it. I'll take a look at the boot priority and see what's up with that.

And yes, extremely fast but very cool with my H80! Right now I overclocked to 4.2ghz and it's doing great. I love my 5870 but I do agree, noise level is beginning to be a pain the butt.
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