I've got some issues with a new system. It's rebooting constantly.
The system consists of a:
Gigabyte GA-B75M-D3V with F9 BIOS (latest) Intel Core i5-3470 Ivy Bridge 3.2GHz 2x 8GB G.SKILL Ripjaws 1600MHz memory (mem-tested x-86)
replaced old stable system (can run all the below peripherals with no problem):
Asus P5K-VM Core 2 Duo 2.6GHz 2 * 1 + 2 * 2 = 6 GB RAM DDR2
coming from a stable system:
Creative Soundcard X-FI Titanium Asus Radeon HD4850 OCZ Vertex 3 120G SSD Sata 3 Hard disk 1TB Sata 2 ASUS Blu-ray Drive PSU 400w 3 Fans 120mm
Connected peripherals :
Toshiba tv (displayport on dvi of MB or HD4850) Wired mouse, wireless keyboard (logitech) Bluetooth usb key Azio
main problem : it's not possible to read the errors from the MB. nothing on the manual neither on internet.
At the beginning, I received a MB with graphic problems and the problem of rebooting. I RMA'd it. The new one doesn't have any graphic problems. but it's still constantly rebooting.
It's still rebooting with only the ssd, hd, ram, the wireless keyboard and psu. Just browsing internet...
I've got some questions :
Somebody have an idea of another test?
The PSU could cause that problem? I used it a lot of years with the stable system.
Some inputs are coming from the box like sound hd inputs. Could that cause a problem?
BTW, if anyone has the same problem, the manual won't say it but you'll need to reset the bios between two tests (the screwdriver on the two pins) if you suspect a problem of compatibility .