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post #11 of 25
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stock settings.
im already at stock.

now my question is, How do i get everest to show my rails.
post #12 of 25
Are you using the Ultimate Trial version or the Home version?
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post #13 of 25
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home. guess thats bad.
currently downloading the ultimate version.
post #14 of 25
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all data of stock settings, no fans except the 2 on the GeminII. Adding more fans doesnt change anything.
post #15 of 25
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http://www.highpowersupply.com/hpc5x0A12C.html
heres the specs for the PSU.

since the mobo only uses +12v1, while +12v2 is used by GFX, SATA, and my fans, it might be the v2 rail. i'll put the fans on the v3 rail, and see what happens.

EDIT: nope nothing happens. or EVEREST just doesnt notice.
post #16 of 25
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put all the peripheral devices on +12v3, still no success. if its the power, it must be a bad PSU. though since its stable once in windows, and even under load, i dont think it is the power at all.

so, exactly what happens during booting, that doesnt happen once windows is loaded? for both hard and software.
post #17 of 25
Whats the wierd beep sound like? What pattern?
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post #18 of 25
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at the exact moment the system shuts down (cuts power) i hear a single loud, beep. AFAIK, it shouldnt do this.

BTW, would it be a bad idea to post a link in another section, since its not exactly BIOS-related anymore? (and maybe more ppl might view this)
post #19 of 25
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note that it didnt beep in my other PC, so it might be the sytem speaker, and not the PSU.
though my problem isnt really the beep, not the power bein cut randomly when booting, but the cause of them. (i dont think the system shuts down because it loses power, but that it loses power because the system forces shutdown, somehow)

i have checked the manual of the board and noted TEAM memory wasnt in the official support list. its probably nothing, but i thought id mention it anyway.
post #20 of 25
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update: for some reason it now boots normally at stock, but when i OC to the values i mentioned in my first post, it acts weird again.
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