In order to narrow this issue as hardware or software, please try the following recommendations:
Test the system on a minimal configuration out of the chassis. If problem does not take place, try installing the other components one at the time until you find out which is the conflicting one.
Ensure you have followed a clean installation of the Operating System using the latest drivers from our website:
Let us know the part number for memory and power supply you are using in order to confirm compatibility with the board.
I have G.Skill Ripjaws Memory (DDR3 1333 PC3 10666) and I have Antec NSK2480 desktop case which arrives with 2 fans and 380W power supply.
I know for sure I have the latest drivers for everything in my computer, and since it's a legal windows 7 I also has the most updated windows 7. (I keep updating it).
I don't know what you mean in "test with minimal configuration". It doesn't have that much - most of the things I use are on board so except the memory cards and few not related USB devices I have nothing that should do this. Besides the computer freezing and rebooting all the time,
Sometimes the screen ""disconnects"" and gets straight back, and the windows says there was a problem with the display device (which is the processor Intel HD graphics).
I hope you can assist me with this issue since the computer is very new and strong, but unworkable - and since I bought my parts from Intel itself, I don't have any local technical assistance to use the warranty and test it.