Unfortunatelly I will not have the opportunity to try to fix this problem once more. My board just entered the cycle power of death and there is nobody at home to turn it off, so it will be probably stay like that for hours.

Now I have nothing to do but hope that this piece of crap from Gigabyte fries before my hard drive does. I'll certainly never buy anything from this manufacturer again, I better go with Asus, at least their engineers are not a bunch of monroes like those from Gigabyte.

Wouldn't it be easier to implement something that just turn the damn thing off when there is something wrong instead of making it turn on and off indefinitively until all the other equipments fail?