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    Arceye, if possible, in that mode were you can go into BIOS successfully, please post the voltage displayed in the BIOS PC Health Status page for CPU, DDR2, +3.3V and +12V.
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    Mine would reset/loop 3 times after most bios saves, it wouldn't do it at any other time.
    I narrowed it down to one setting, one setting alone - "Performance Enhance". Setting that to Standard ensured that the problem never happened again.
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    ok the muskins didnt work in auto, im going to try some manual settings but i dont hold out much hope...
    Voltage for the following svc are
    Vcore 1.156v
    DDR Voltage 1.84v
    3.3v 3.360v
    12v 11.795v

    And Vor, yup i heard about the 3 reset loop thing before and have left it for longer, and have had that setting in standard. I think i read that after the third loop it resets your settings, but as i dont think my problem is that i have not looked into it to much.
    If the manual setting dont work with the muskins the only thing left to test is the GC or at last reort PSU (have tested 2)
    thanks guys any help will be greatly appreiciated.

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    Default Re: Solution To The Common Reseting Loop???

    Post your settings if you still have issues, I will help you when I get back online

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    ok....i used the setting lsd gave me for the corsair ram on the muskins, all i done was change the cas to 555 15 and i have boot.
    Now loading windows onto a test partition to test stability, and if that works i will post back. :)

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    You can use 555-12 with those, but yeah you may need to adjust some other things as Auto is never best.

    I'll help ya along later if you need it. Good luck with your testing

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    yeah i used 555 15 because thats what it says on the sticker....and...
    OMFG i have windows loaded onto a STABLE system.... you have no idea how happy i am at this moment.
    I brought the mushkins from MemoryC.com - computer memory laptop memory and flash memory supplier and although it says on there website they are 555 12 and 1.9v, on the sticker it says 555 15 and 1.8v so im not really sure whats going on there and i am going to email them. Im thinking its a UK/USA thing.
    Now if you could jsut help me with some optimal stable settings that would be cool. I dont want to overclock i just want to get going :D
    I have a dual channel set but will probly just use 1 stick to start with, and then when im up and running i will meddle with the dual channel. Setting for both setups would be great :)
    THANKS LSD if i could kiss you right now i would :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arceye View Post
    Vcore 1.156v
    DDR Voltage 1.84v
    3.3v 3.360v
    12v 11.795v


    If the manual setting dont work with the muskins the only thing left to test is the GC or at last reort PSU (have tested 2)
    thanks guys any help will be greatly appreiciated.
    Yes, those PSU voltages, almost statically, are under the ATX 5% specifications.
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    Thanks for the kind words! Glad to see you have some stability now!

    Those PSU levels are ok, not the best but within allowed tolerances. The ram and CPU values are lowered by Board/Intel design and not the PSU.

    ATX Specifications >>>

    Voltage Rail Tolerance
    +5VDC ________________ 5 %
    -5VDC (if used)__________ 10 %
    +12VDC________________ 5 %
    -12VDC________________ 10 %
    +3.3VDC_______________ 4 %
    +5VSB________________ 5 %

    4.1.4 Voltage Tolerances >>>
    http://www.formfactors.org/developer...s%5Catx2_2.pdf


    ATX12V Power Supply Design Guidelines >>>
    DC Output Voltage Regulation

    Output ---------------Range---------Min.--------Nom.-----------Max. ------Unit

    +12V1DC (1) ________ 5% _____ +11.40 ____ +12.00 _______ +12.60 ____ Volts

    +12V2DC (3) ________ 5% _____ +11.40 ____ +12.00 _______ +12.60 ____ Volts

    +5VDC _____________ 5% _____ +4.75 _____ +5.00 ________ +5.25 _____ Volts

    +3.3VDC (2) ________ 5% _____ +3.14 _____ +3.30 ________ +3.47 ______ Volts

    -12VDC ____________ 10% ___ -10.80 _____ -12.00 _______ -13.20 ______ Volts

    +5VSB _____________ 5% ____ +4.75 ______ +5.00 ________ +5.25 ______ Volts

    (1). At +12 VDC peak loading, regulation at the +12 VDC output can go to 10%.
    (2). Voltage tolerance is required at main connector and S-ATA connector (if used).
    (3). Minimum voltage during peak is greater than 11.0 VDC

    3.2.1. DC Voltage Regulation >>>
    http://www.formfactors.org/developer...public_br2.pdf


    <table border="3" cellpadding="4" cellspacing="2"><caption align="top">
    Table 27: ATX Voltage Specifications
    </caption><tbody><tr><td>
    Nominal Voltage

    </td><td>
    Wire Color

    </td><td>
    Minimum Voltage

    </td><td>
    Maximum Voltage

    </td></tr><tr><td align="center">
    +5 V

    </td><td align="center">
    Red

    </td><td align="center">
    4.75 V

    </td><td align="center">
    5.25 V

    </td></tr><tr><td align="center">
    -5 V


    </td><td align="center">
    White

    </td><td align="center">
    -4.75 V

    </td><td align="center">
    -5.25 V

    </td></tr><tr><td align="center">
    +12 V

    </td><td align="center">
    Yellow


    </td><td align="center">
    11.4 V

    </td><td align="center">
    12.6 V

    </td></tr><tr><td align="center">
    -12 V

    </td><td align="center">
    Blue

    </td><td align="center">
    -11.4 V


    </td><td align="center">
    -12.6 V

    </td></tr><tr><td align="center">
    +3.3 V

    </td><td align="center">
    Orange

    </td><td align="center">
    3.135 V

    </td><td align="center">
    3.465 V


    </td></tr></tbody></table>

    CertiGuide to A+ (A+ 4 Real) - Testing an ATX Power Supply
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    Default Re: Solution To The Common Reseting Loop???

    Ok the got a part refund because they had the wrong info on there website :)
    But i have been running a stable system now for 3 days with no crashes.
    Even have both sticks in with no change of settings running dual channel.
    Im currently just running with the settings you gave me for the corsiars but with the 555 15 cas, Anything i could to to tweek them?
    Not interested in overclocking at the moment just want to get optimum performance out of them. Although my video encoder is running at nearly 3 times faster with my new pc than my old P4 setup :D

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