- i've changed power cable
- iv'e changed where does cable attach to the wall
- [ADDED] checked power connections (not for GPU and NIC), all seems ok
Notes through Intel Desktop:
- Voltage given to Processor is equal to 0,809 (near lower limit): is this thanks to intel features technology?
- The only and the most hot device, is the one that Intel Desktop don't monitors, PSU.
- I've opened the case and watch hardware to see if there was any wrong on it's behaviour:
- I've just only noticed that before shutting down (less than a second before), it blinks one time the 'proc hot cr2pr' led (i think it's processor led)
- There's any way to get the logs of the BIOS?
- I think that over the half past 3 hours, after PC finished formatting external HDD and didn't was doing anything, it reached i high temperature; is any component on the Motherboard, that damaged from temperature, reboots continously after using pc for about 20 minutes?
- [ADDED] Does Drivers from NVIDIA change GPU's firmware too ?
On BIOS, i've setted some values:
-> Sata Devices where set for AHCI mode
-> Sata Devices Boot Order where changed
-> All Boot Optimization Options where enabled
-> Virtualization was enabled
About SATA devices:
- i've desattached SATA cables and Power Cables for SSD and HDD
About OPTICAL device:
- i've desattached SATA and Power cable
About USB devices & Audio (Mouse,Keyboard,Audio):
-i've disattached them
-I've disattached connection to display (VGA)
-I've disattached the three external antennas
[ADDED] About RAM:
-I've tried leaving just 2 RAMs each one on the blue DIMM's, as manual follows
-i've noted that before rebooting the number display near CPU (POST code led DS3BU, titled "CPU - DP55WG(B)"), begans to display different codes
- Auxiliary PCI Express graphics power connector it's not used
did you disconnected all drives? if yes, does motherboard restarts yet after 20 mins? connect only CPU,moniotor and keyboard.
then check to PSU with digi multimeter how much current its impacting and check with another CPU fan.
I couldn't do any further intervention because it's under garauntee, so i've passed the problem to the seller company where i boght it.
It was a motherboard issue, things where fixed.