Originally Posted by likethegun
I know you said you checked your psu, but have you checked all your wiring? Both the wires themselves and the connections? Sounds definitely like a power issue in some regard. Like some component receiving high voltage or something.
Anyway you can post specific parts and model numbers of everything you got in there and which socket/ports you have them wired to?
Yes i have checked all of the wires in the PSU as i originally thought that was the issue. As far the specs go i will need to get that later tonight but this is what i can remember as of now that i have:
1)CORSAIR Enthusiast Series TX750 V2 750W ATX12V (PSU)
2)Patriot PGV38G1333ELK G Series Sector 5 Desktop Memory Kit - 8GB (2x 4GB), PC3-10666, DDR3-1333MHz,(RAM)
3) i5 CPU
4) SATA Hard Drive
5) SATA DVD Drive
Originally Posted by Blatsz32
He's been at it for 2 weeks, I think he needs to RMA. This seems like the same issue I had with my old Gigabyte board. I applaud your vigilance with the board Paco but I think it just might be easier to return the board for a new one.
As tedious as going through the motions of trying to solve a computer issue is, it might just be easier to return the board, telling your vendor what the issue is, and getting a new one. Seems ike you have alot of patience so the time it takes to get a new one, if you bought the mobo on line, will be short. In the end I think you won't regret waiting.
I actually bought at a store and still have all of my receipts so i think that will be my best option since i have been at for a month and two weeks since putting the stuff together.My only problem will be what if the board is ok and actually the CPU is defective then i would still have an issue. That would mean that i would have to change the CPU too but i bought everything at same store so it should not be a big issue.
Thanks again for all the suggestions and help i appreciate it for everyone that gave me the suggestions.