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Hey guys , currently im running my cpu @ 3.4ghz


FSB speed is set @ 1515 in bios , ram is unlinked at 15:16 running @ 808mhz...


anyways , its 6 hours occt stable , and it hasent crashed once the past 5 days....soo im assuming its "stable"...


anyways heres my problem....


If I turn my pc off for longer than 4 hours , and I turn it back on , it wont boot.

it gets stuck on the XFX splash screen (my motherbourd screen)

i tried changing nb voltages , fsb speed , now iv changed memory timings...(will see if that helps , need my pc to be off for a few hours)


if i turn my pc off now , and turn it back on 10 minutes later , it boots up perfectly , but if i turn it off when i go to sleep....and then turn it back on in the morning.....it wont boot?!??!!?!?


thanks for any help
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post #2 of 22
Whenever I get hangs on the splash screen I write down all my settings and do a cmos reset and that usually clears it up.
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thats what iv been doing.................



it hangs on splash screen , i then unplug the pc , boot up the pc in "safe mode" , soo all settings return to defaults , i then re-overclock , and then it boots up fine , but i have to do that every morning?!?!?
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post #4 of 22
First guess would be RAM timings (seems your trying that already).
Might wanna test with memtest for that.
And test stability with orthos for 8 hours+.

Other than that, I had a problem like that on my Asus board, but according to some research that was just Asus writing a crappy BIOS.
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thats what iv been doing.................



it hangs on splash screen , i then unplug the pc , boot up the pc in "safe mode" , soo all settings return to defaults , i then re-overclock , and then it boots up fine , but i have to do that every morning?!?!?
You have actually done a cmos reset, unplugging the pc isn't a cmos reset. You have to pull the cmos battery out and unplug the pc and let it sit at least a few minutes.
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i had the same problem on that board...but it did it all in one day so i rma it and got a spare board (gigabyte p35-ds3l) and stuck it it since.
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ok re-set cmos , lets see if that makes a difference....
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Other than that, I had a problem like that on my Asus board, but according to some research that was just Asus writing a crappy BIOS.
When I read the thread I could swear his mobo is an ASUS.

@porky See if you can't update the BIOS, looks like a BIOS bug rather than anything else. If a mobo supports OCing only when "warm booting" it's likely to be the bios (I had it on Asus K8N).
Other than that, try the memory, like others said. Loose timings, it may work. Also, try the PSU woth a voltmeter to see if it's not it's fault for not providing enough voltage at cold boot.
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When I read the thread I could swear his mobo is an ASUS.
He has an XFX 780i.
Or did I not understand your remark correctly?
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iv changed the memory timings......crashes P95 after 5 minutes...rounding value not being correct....


what does a cold boot mean??

my psu is brand new.....soo dont think its the psu....

i checked on the xfx website and i can find a bios but it doesent say what version it is, and i dont know what version mine is...??
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