It may be the memory. The memory that I use is G.SKILL Ripjaws Series 4GB (2 x 2GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1600 (PC3 12800) Desktop Memory Model F3-12800CL9D-4GBRL in two of my systems with this motherboard with no issues. I am running them at 1600 MHz XMP 1 settings at 1.5 volts.
The OCZ memory is rated at 1.65 volts which is above the recommended range for the motherboard. I would also remove the battery and reset the BIOS.
Yes, please provide your full harware and BIOS profile.
It looks like you have 8 GB of memory in your system and looking at the OCZ website, your memory requires 1.65 volts at 1600 MHz. Having the memory at 1.5 volts may be causing your issue.
Thanks again Keith.
Can someone link me to the documentation for changing my voltage? I have Intel Desktop Control Center installed but I don't see where I should change my voltage in there.
Hi, just for info, have you the uefi boot enabled ?
You must change the ram voltage into bios under performance tab, memory overrides.
You can find the uefi boot setting in the boot tab.
Thanks again guys you've been a great help. I'll take a look as to rather UEFI is enabled. I'm not sure to be honest I didn't modify it so it's whatever the default is.
I would get the manufactures specification on what the values should be set at and then change the setting through the BIOS. See http://www.intel.com/Assets/PDF/prodbrief/E7896902.pdf for more information. FYI, this was off of the DP55KG product page on the Technical Documents Tab.
Hi, did you manage to get your system running stable? My system looks much alike and I have same reboot problem. Believe its wrong memory timing, the system runs for probably 1-30 minutes with default settings 7-7-7-16 1.5volt 1033mhz. When changed to XMP profile 8-8-8-24 1.65volt 1600MHz the system reboots immediately. Or is my CPU too hot? Win7 Pro (x64) with only Kaspersky Antivirus and Intel Control Center running leaves it at 60 degrees with stock cooler, no overclocking.
Intel DP55KG (newest BIOS)
4x2GB OCZ RAM (OCZ3X1600LV4GK)
Intel X25-M (silver) SSD
Asus Radeon HD 5770 CuCore
Corsair 750W PSU
Yes, I was able to get my system running stable. Changing the voltage worked perfectly and I haven't had any issues since I made the change.