CPU: i7-2600K (Quad w Hyperthreading)
CPU Fan: ThermalTake CLP0575 (2x130mm)
MotherBoard: Maximus IV Extreme B3
Boot Disk: PNY P-SSD2S064GB-CT01RB (4xRaid 5)
Hard Disk: Seagate ST2000DL003 (1x2TB)
RAM: Corsair CT2KIT51264BA1339 (4x4GB)
Video: Radeon HD 6770 ( 2xDVI in PCI Express x16 slot)
DVD/CD RW: Plextor PX-L89SA SW
Power Supply: VisionTek 900349 (800W)
Case: Cooler Master RC-534-KKN2-GP
OS: Windows 7 Ultimate with XP Compatibility Mode
I just built the above PC in a Black ATX Mid Tower case. On power up the motherboard immediately displays a post code=00, and nothing else happens. To progress beyond this point, I resort to clearing the CMOS which takes me to the BIOS. In the BIOS (which has been reset by clearing the CMOS, I change only one thing: The Sata mode is changed to RAID. Then I save, exit, reset, and the system boots to Windows (in about 17ish seconds). From this point the system seems stable. If I reboot, the reboot is OK, and I get back into Windows 7. If I shutdown, then power back up, I am right back where I started with a post code of 00.
Do I have a faulty motherboard, or am I missing something in the BIOS that could fix this?
i have already contacted my supplier, n seems like when he tested this system, there was no problem. i have try to turn the ln2 switch off, change my gpu to other pcie16 slots, remove the battery with no success..
the supplier which is 2hrs flight from my home asked me to go to the local pc retailer, let see what they will find.. will update..