Intel in-house experts will be taking questions on everything related to their new Intel core processors. I think the Intel Live Chat event of tomorrow (26th Feb) will be the best platform for you to get a credible answer for that question. http://www.intellivechat.com/facebook.html
Please post more information concerning your system components. Include BIOS and Chipset versions, BIOS settings and other configuration items that you feel would help us troubleshoot your issue. I am running two Core i7-860 Systems on Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit with no issues.
I will follow up with another post with my system setup.
Thank you Manjit and Keith for your quick response. My System is a custom build, Intel i7-860 2.8 ghz. Socket LGA 1156. Gigabyte p55a-ud4p motherboard. Intel p55 express chipset. 2x2gig crucial RAM PC3-8500 CL=7 unbuffered Non ECC DDR3-1600 1.5V-256meg x 64.Video: EVGA Geforce GTX 280. Im not quite sure how to find out my BIOS are you meaning, what the options read in my bios? I'm beginning to wonder if it's a memory timing issue where Im also not very sure what to do. Any help would be so great. been at it for two days and starting to get a little discouraged. Thank you
Seems like your running your ram at the specified speed, the mother board should get the correct settings from the ram automatically.
You can run memtest to check if there is a ram problem: