Re: New build instability (Z77 Extreme4)
could be many many things, First of all please specify all your hardware components to let people help you better.
Things you probably already tried, but just to point out the obvious:
- Check for a BIOS update and apply the latest version (preferable directly from the BIOS to ensure that the system doesn't crash while flashing)
- Check for driver updates, special chipset and graphics
My advice - never visit a short-url, no matter who gives it to you. You can't trust any source at any time when you don't know your target
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