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    Default Re: GA-MA770 DS3 - Random reboots

    Jackcolt: I have the P35-DQ6 with a similar problem. It powers up for about 5 seconds and quits. I worked with Gigabyte technical support and they told me to send it to them. They are telling me 2 -3 weeks to repair it. A long time to be without my primary computer. I have found these problems on other MB forums.

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    Power = Raidmax 500 watts
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    Default Re: GA-MA770 DS3 - Random reboots

    Hello, my friend has the same motherboard (GA-MA770 DS3) with a 6000+ and AData DDR2800 with a 6600GT. It does what Jackcolt says, once a week or so, it just restarts while playing Quake Wars. Tried bumping up the memory voltage, but still restarted the other day. He has the Antec 300 series case with the fans loaded. Just not sure what to do, he was considering trying new memory or new video card.

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    Default Re: GA-MA770 DS3 - Random reboots

    Do you have the ram set to the Specified voltage on the ram sticker? If not, that is what you likely need to do

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    Default Re: GA-MA770 DS3 - Random reboots

    Sorry to reply so late, but its my friend's PC. I had him try setting the timings, but the automatic timings for his RAM were set to 5-5-5-18. So he didn't think it was that because they were so high, so he upped the voltage on the processor and this has seemed to work so far, no reboots for a week now.

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