Does the Info on your RAM say DDR3-1333-10600 , or Does it say DDR3-1333-10666, You Need the 10600 ,for intel products. The 10666 will work but give you problems.
Check to see if the BIOS configuration jumper is on the right pins. If the jumper is missing the system will try and re-flash the BIOS which causes the system to cycle power.
Has this sys ever run right yet or is this a new build you are tring to get up and running??
I'm pretty sure it's a RAM problem, because i had the same issue.
I was using DDR3 1066MHz , and the system never started, then I replaced it for DDR3 1333MHz, and then problem fixed, change the RAM.
Because in the technical document it says that it supports 1333MHz and 1066MHz i think.. but in ark.intel.com you will see that only 1333MHz is supported by that Motherboard,
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I am using 15v Crucial DDR3 1333 RAM and it seems to work fine.
I just went to the www.crucial.com and put in my motherboard and it gave me a list of RAM and I picked that from the list and ordered it from www.newegg.com . I have never had problems running a stock speeds with crucial RAM.