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  1. no those are way off

    At those voltages your computer shouldn't even be running. See if there's a firmware update
  2. Pinhedd said:
    no those are way off

    At those voltages your computer shouldn't even be running. See if there's a firmware update



    You mean a bios update? did that... went from F2 to F6, didnt help.
    I knew something was off with the mobo as im getting constant freezing while running heavy tasks and then when it resets it goes through this weird power cycle where it powers up for a second and then turn off and again powers for a second and turns off until I shutdown and wait for 10 minutes..
    Currently I'm running without the GPU or Audio Card to see if they're causing these values (Can that even happen?) but the vlaues are the same without them in..

    Anyway, what firmware update are you talking about??
  3. BIOS is the particular standard that your firmware adheres to. It's a bit of a misnomer but it's the same thing.

    What's the make and model of your power supply?
  4. Pinhedd said:
    BIOS is the particular standard that your firmware adheres to. It's a bit of a misnomer but it's the same thing.

    What's the make and model of your power supply?



    Antec High Current Gamer 620W
    http://store.antec.com/Product/power_supply-high_current_gamer/hcg-620/0-761345-23860-1.aspx

    Its brand since i thought my old generic PSU (500W) was causing my freezing issues..
  5. That PSU is manufactured by SeaSonic, so I doubt that's the problem. Certainly not if you switched it out

    It would be nice to test it with a volt meter or a power supply tester if you could. The open circuit voltages shouldn't be that much different from the idle voltages.

    It could be the Gigabyte motherboard, their quality control has been asleep lately
  6. Pinhedd said:
    That PSU is manufactured by SeaSonic, so I doubt that's the problem. Certainly not if you switched it out

    It would be nice to test it with a volt meter or a power supply tester if you could. The open circuit voltages shouldn't be that much different from the idle voltages.

    It could be the Gigabyte motherboard, their quality control has been asleep lately


    IDK.. Contacted Gigabyte support and got a replay telling me to reset BIOS.
    Cleared CMOS and took out the battery, didn't help =\

    Guess I'll take it to the retailer and let them try and fix it.

    Is there anything else I could try before that?
  7. Anonymous said:
    IDK.. Contacted Gigabyte support and got a replay telling me to reset BIOS.
    Cleared CMOS and took out the battery, didn't help =\

    Guess I'll take it to the retailer and let them try and fix it.

    Is there anything else I could try before that?


    Did you clear the settings as per your motherboard manual's instructions or did you just pull the battery? Pulling the battery won't do squat on boards that store settings in FLASH like many new EFI boards do.
  8. Pinhedd said:
    Did you clear the settings as per your motherboard manual's instructions or did you just pull the battery? Pulling the battery won't do squat on boards that store settings in FLASH like many new EFI boards do.



    Yes I did.
    Took out battery and waited for 10 minutes and put it back in.
    Then I cleared CMOS using a jumper.
    Reconfigured BIOS (Date and Load Fail Safe Defaults) and that didn't help much..
  9. Probably time to RMA the motherboard then unless you have some testing equipment
  10. Pinhedd said:
    Probably time to RMA the motherboard then unless you have some testing equipment



    At the retailer right now lol

    Thank you very much for the assistance! I really appreciate it ^^
  11. Glad I could help
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