Try another PSU that you are sure that meets the current rail requirements in the TPS.
Thanks for the reply - I'll give it a shot and try it out.
I don't want to sound like a noob, but what do you mean about "requirements in the TPS"
PSU is too weak ,try at least 600W (650 recommend).
Hi guy's, thanks for the reply's. I've got me a Raidmax 730 watt psu and is working 110% - 10 min cpu stress test on all cores and no random reboots. I was abit sceptic in the begining but it worked!!! You guy's saves lives, almost got myself some valium's. lol
No problems.. enjoy.
I have servel of the EXTREME Boards , DX48BT2, DP45SG DX38BT, These all are power hungry , you need a 80 Plus cert PSU 850 Watt or better , These things are very voltage sensitive. If it says 12 volts it better be at least 12volts under full load.
Your 5 volt signal is not 5 volts.
"I've got me a Raidmax 730 watt psu and is working 110%...." Are you sure that your psu is working 110%? If it is, you have an overload condition.
from the screenshots you have posted, I've seen that you have installed the two sticks of RAM on the same channel. I'd suggest to move them on:
memory channel A slot 0 (blue bank)
memory channel B slot 0 (blue bank)
then I'd suggest to put the system in "optimal default" mode. In fact I see that "turbo boost" is not enabled and this is strange.
Anyway if the issue persists I'd check two things:
first the RAM: go to http://www.memtest.org/
and download a bootable memtest ISO. This bootable CD will check for possible RAM problems.
second, as already suggested here, but It seems to me the last chance, I'd would check to PSU: what brand is? Anyway from the screenshot that you have posted, your voltages sound very normal to me.
Hope this help.