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    CH 4 formula random shut down + cold boot

    Many people using the new Crosshair IV Formula report that the board shut down by itself and wont turn on back until the PSU is closed for few sec and re-open. Many people report that putting a few more value on the NB voltage can help. I look back on this with the few people I know having this issue and give some news later. If you guys know anything about it please tell me!
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    Martin can you give more details, on the setup and other links with this problem. Is this at complete stock settings?

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    This is one of the setup. Asus CH IV Formula, AMD 1090T, 4X2Gb Gskill PI 12800
    And everything is stock for now since the board give some random Issue ( not mine but I try to help by posting here:P )
    They have seems to be the same PSU TX750. Maybe the board don't like CWT PSU?? otto add the same kind of trouble ( cold boot ) with EVGA and CWT PSU.
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    I doubt it's just CWT based psu's. I'm using a 1200 watt turbocool by PC P&C.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chew* View Post
    I doubt it's just CWT based psu's. I'm using a 1200 watt turbocool by PC P&C.
    and you experience the issue also?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ottoyu34 View Post
    and you experience the issue also?
    So far no, psu's tested so far 860 turbocool, 1200 turbocool and 1200w thermaltake all of which iirc are CWT based.

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    Will need more details in order to troubleshoot, i.e. how long after powering on does this random shut down happen? I've tested around 6 or 7 C-IV-F and haven't experienced this particular issue. I have seen at least one CIVF that would reboot within 5 seconds of powering on, but it would also give "NB overtemp error", so I knew why it was shutting down. The issue some users are having with the NB/SB overheating can most likely be attributed to a bad of CIVF's that had their NB & SB heatsink assemblies incorrectly installed.

    Regarding the 'random shut down + cold bug', I haven't heard of that yet, but with more details I can test with components as close as possible to the configuration of a user experiencing this issue. I don't have a CWT PSU though.

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    in previous post, 'cold bug' should be 'cold boot'

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