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have you uninstalled and reinstalled the video driver?
how many gpu are you trying to run on your rig?
what is your current IOH voltage?

any chance you could post a screenshot of your bios?
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have you uninstalled and reinstalled the video driver?
how many gpu are you trying to run on your rig?
what is your current IOH voltage?

any chance you could post a screenshot of your bios?
I have tried everything regarding the display drivers. I started getting the random restart even with only 1 GPU.

But alright I FINALLY figured out and solved the issue!!!

I was getting random restarts in BIOS and then eventually the comp would just freeze at the POST screen earlier today. At this point I figured its time to start swapping hardware.

So I thought Id start with my HX1000 PSU. I unplugged some items and changed the PSU to my old TX750 and everything was working perfect again. I quickly swapped back to the HX1000 PSU just to confirm that it was the PSU that was causing the issues but everything was still working perfect with the HX1000...weird

So I went ahead and inserted the second GTX 480 and again everything working perfect. I found this very puzzling. So I plugged my DVD drive back in and I got stuck at POST again.....

It turns out my dvd drive (or perhaps the IDE to sata converter I have connected to the drive) was shorting the board somehow. I then remembered the last thing I did before my comp started acting all crazy was I tried to cloak my drives (as an experiment) using a program in windows. Somehow that little drive cloaking program lead to all this trouble.

So I simply unplugged my DVD drive and everything running 100% smoothly again.
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