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    Default X79 Extreme11 doesn't boot

    I have been able to boot the pc the first 4 or 5 times in order to setup the bios. It had a problem with the RAM that didn't run at 2400mhz, so I tried to setup again and again.
    At one given point the MB booted over and over, never stopping and never giving the chance to enter it and reset to its defaults.
    Because it was booting over and over, I pressed the power button until shut it down. It's dead until now!
    I already tested booting with a new PSU connected to the board, but it remains dead. The MB doesn't respond to the power button of the chassis, neither the power button on the own MB. I have managed to evade the PSU problem! No problem with it.
    I'm trying to clear the CMOS, but as it seams I don't have power on the MB so it's impossible for me to reset it... I don't know what to do. All the equipment is brand new and I need your help because I think it has something to do with that looping boot and then turning the PC off. From then on, the MB stopped turning on/working.

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    Default Re: X79 Extreme11 doesn't boot

    Try unplugging the power from the power supply and remove the battery from the middle of the board.
    leave it like this for an hour or two, maybe even also hit the power button once to drain all the power out of the system.

    after a couple hours, replace the battery and power cord and try to boot. removing the battery should manually clear the cmos.

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    Default Re: X79 Extreme11 doesn't boot

    Quote Originally Posted by brunobm View Post
    I have been able to boot the pc the first 4 or 5 times in order to setup the bios. It had a problem with the RAM that didn't run at 2400mhz, so I tried to setup again and again.
    At one given point the MB booted over and over, never stopping and never giving the chance to enter it and reset to its defaults.
    Because it was booting over and over, I pressed the power button until shut it down. It's dead until now!
    I already tested booting with a new PSU connected to the board, but it remains dead. The MB doesn't respond to the power button of the chassis, neither the power button on the own MB. I have managed to evade the PSU problem! No problem with it.
    I'm trying to clear the CMOS, but as it seams I don't have power on the MB so it's impossible for me to reset it... I don't know what to do. All the equipment is brand new and I need your help because I think it has something to do with that looping boot and then turning the PC off. From then on, the MB stopped turning on/working.
    Hi @ all


    Sorry translation with google


    @ brunobm: when you said installation and re-installation, you speak of the components, including CPU RAM?


    What is your CPU?


    If you removed and put your cpu attention: check your pin socket


    You debug code that is displayed? indicated it as you code?




    For what is your instabillité, your RAM @ 2400MHz frequency, it does not necessarily come from the bios, but CPU and sometimes ram ...


    As you must know, there are "Roxxor CPU and CPU suxxor" a cpu with a btach others that follow, the cpu are all unique in their potential oc, and also on their potential RAM frequency, since the controller is integrated into the CPU from the SB


    In addition, the SB-E is capricious RAM and on the frequency of the voltage to be stretched not to exceed 1.65v!


    Only the Z77 chipset and are IVY allows high frequency in the ram


    And only releasing the RAM timing and ajoutaznt the vcore, you can stabilize such a frequency, but I have tested two 3820 and there have one that went up to 2400MHz on the RAM, and the second not overshot 2133MHz and a 3930K 2400MHz with the rising frequency CPU@5.2Ghz : FIREdevil
    Last edited by Sly Sword; 01-20-2013 at 07:02 PM.

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    Default Re: X79 Extreme11 doesn't boot

    Hi i had the same problem with my asrock x79 champion it turned out that the onboard reset button was stuck down once i got that release it worked perfectly again it took me two days to figure it out hope this helps

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