Originally Posted by DSD27
I have disabled SVID Control, and since I've done that, everytime I start the computer after a power down, it starts for 1 second then shuts off and starts again. It does that once.
I can reboot normaly and shut it down/on normally, the problem is only when I switch off the PSU.
What can be causing this? Should I clear Cmos and try disabling Svid Control again? Bios says Svid Control disabled but I can still see SVID value in monitoring software.
Mine has always done this regardless of bios version, microcode, etc. I have had my board for 5 years. Basically if I change anything from stock, that is, if I overclock, it always does this but only on a cold boot after the PSU has been discharged (switched off).
If it's not doing it after the system has been on, or shut down, but the power supply has been left on, then I'm not sure what the problem is. Sure, it takes a little longer to turn on fully, but who cares?
Try setting everything back to stock and see if it does it, then change one thing at a time until you find the culprit (if it really isn't SVID). Otherwise, try your overclock while leaving it on.
I thought this was related to the Digi+ VRM and certain power delivery settings but maybe I'm wrong.