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post #11 of 20
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Well i tried everything

i'm pretty sure now it's a bios setting related because
i tried as Logan said stress testing for an hours using aida64 the computer during this time worked like a charm
the moment i stopped the test it crashed

i wonder why this is happening " why the board suddenly under volting the CPU " ???
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post #12 of 20
Have you tried going into the bios and setting your voltage manually yet?

Its really not hard, just go look up the right values for your CPU and go change it manually. Should take less than 5 minutes total.

Good luck smile.gif.
post #13 of 20
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i did the fowllowing :

-AI overclocking Stander
-chip-set Voltage 1.3
-Mem voltage Auto
-Multiplier x13
-Processor voltage 1,3

i didn't find anything more to set to manual yet the computer still crashing on Light load
not full load

anyway i think it's time for a new computer
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post #14 of 20
I don't think I saw it mentioned, but what model of CPU do you have?

Depending on the CPU 1.3v might not be enough.

I still think its a setting that is causing your problem, and I don't quite feel its enough to toss out the whole machine quite yet.

Also, do you have things like cool & quiet turned off?
post #15 of 20
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sorry for the delayed info because i sent the MB to the dealer in order to fix it and he did nothing

but it appear the the computer work fine on XP only
it crashes on win7 and linux

i started to think it's virus related


and by default cool and quite is off
could that be the problem ???
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post #16 of 20
just reset the BIOS and then if that doesnt work manually set the volts to 1.136v or a little more thumb.gif
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Edit --- never mind read the first page didn't want to repost
Edited by 05brando - 12/9/12 at 11:47pm
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to 1.136v or a little more

there is no such option only 1,3 maximum
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post #19 of 20
there should be a 1.2v or or 1.15 or something likewise did you reset the BIOS
post #20 of 20
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yup resetting the bios did nothing

probably broken due to bad electricity

time for a new computer
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