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    MotherboardAsus Rampage V Extreme
    ProcessorIntel 5930K
    Graphics Card #1Evga 980GTX
    CPU CoolerCorsair H100i
    CaseCorsair 750D
    Power SupplyEVGA SuperNova 1600 watt
    Network RouterFirehawk R7000

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    Asus Rampage V Extreme Reboots shuts off by itself

    Hello wondering if anyone else has gone through this ...built new system

    Corsair 750D Case
    Asus Rampage V Extreme
    Intel 5930K
    Corsair H100i water cooler
    Mushkin 2400 cl13
    Evga P2 1000 watt
    Samsung pro 850 ssd
    Evga Gtx 980

    first turn on went into bios looking around then bam if rebooted on its own. went back in set everything stock started installing windows 7 again during install it did it. got windows installed ...random reboots while installing all drivers and updating ...flashed bios to latest 0901 .... still would keep doing this sometimes running for an hour then reboot... got new ram g skill 2400 cl 15 ...still did it... then though maybe power supply ... installed a new evga supernova 1600 watt .... again same thing.... ran benchmarks for 15 min all temps ok voltages seem ok .... sometimes the reboots required me to unplug the power and re plug it back in before it would turn on again ..... no pins are bent on cpu ...... please help

    also during one of the reboots going into the bios the vcore voltage was in the red over 1.75 then it shut off the comp only noticed that one time at the beginning....didn't seem to do it again that I noticed

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    Confirm that you've connected both the 8 pin and 4 pin power cables to the motherboard connectors.

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    New ROGer Array wolfxxx PC Specs
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    MotherboardAsus Rampage V Extreme
    ProcessorIntel 5930K
    Graphics Card #1Evga 980GTX
    CPU CoolerCorsair H100i
    CaseCorsair 750D
    Power SupplyEVGA SuperNova 1600 watt
    Network RouterFirehawk R7000

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    it was a bad motherboard ....exchanged it and now im running 2 days without a restart or reboot happening

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    I am having the same problem. @Chino does this motherboard require both the 8 pin and 4 pin connectors by the CPU need to be connected to the PSU?
    Rampage V Extreme
    Intel 5930K @ 4400 MHz
    CPU Cooled by Koolance EXOS 2.5 Radiator
    Koolance CPU-380I Water Block
    AMD R9 295x2 with stock hybrid cooler
    16GB DDR4 Gskill DRAM F4-3000C15Q-16GRK
    15-15-15-35 2T, 1.35 Vdc , clocked at 2400MHz
    Corsair ATX 1200i Power Supply

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    The 8 pin header is mandatory. The other 4 pin is optional but highly recommended if your PSU has the cable or if you're going to be doing any overclocking.

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    I have connected the 8 pin and the 4 pin CPU headers on my Rampage V Extreme MOBO BUT my system is still shutting itself off !!! My Windows 10 Event log is filled with critical shutdown events. I have a support thread going on this. I have sent the MOBO to the local ASUS Service center and they said it checked out OK. They said they fixed the bad DDR4 memory edge connector BUT this MOBO is still shutting itself off !!! I will continue with ASUS Support. They told me they would escalate my case and I requested the contact information to the appropriate people. They have not provide this contact information yet.

    How do I get this MOBO replaced? This MOBO is still under warranty !!!

    ps: all of my overclocking is on hold until I get this system stable.
    Last edited by jekidwell; 09-04-2016 at 08:19 PM.
    Rampage V Extreme
    Intel 5930K @ 4400 MHz
    CPU Cooled by Koolance EXOS 2.5 Radiator
    Koolance CPU-380I Water Block
    AMD R9 295x2 with stock hybrid cooler
    16GB DDR4 Gskill DRAM F4-3000C15Q-16GRK
    15-15-15-35 2T, 1.35 Vdc , clocked at 2400MHz
    Corsair ATX 1200i Power Supply

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    BIOS 0901 is not the latest. Try flashing bios 2201.

    3xxx versions of BIOS are unstable, and cause random reboots and USB ports failures, don't flash that.

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    I am currently running a test BIOS I received from an ASUS engineer. I will report back here with the results.
    Rampage V Extreme
    Intel 5930K @ 4400 MHz
    CPU Cooled by Koolance EXOS 2.5 Radiator
    Koolance CPU-380I Water Block
    AMD R9 295x2 with stock hybrid cooler
    16GB DDR4 Gskill DRAM F4-3000C15Q-16GRK
    15-15-15-35 2T, 1.35 Vdc , clocked at 2400MHz
    Corsair ATX 1200i Power Supply

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chino View Post
    The 8 pin header is mandatory. The other 4 pin is optional but highly recommended if your PSU has the cable or if you're going to be doing any overclocking.
    Are you reffering to the 4 pin older style conncetor that goes under mb?

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    I am informed by ASUS that the new BIOS will be released very soon. I have been testing this BIOS for 3 days now with no problems. I have even used some of their OC presets in the BIOS and my system remains stable.

    So stay tuned folks. Help is on the way.

    Rampage V Extreme
    Intel 5930K @ 4400 MHz
    CPU Cooled by Koolance EXOS 2.5 Radiator
    Koolance CPU-380I Water Block
    AMD R9 295x2 with stock hybrid cooler
    16GB DDR4 Gskill DRAM F4-3000C15Q-16GRK
    15-15-15-35 2T, 1.35 Vdc , clocked at 2400MHz
    Corsair ATX 1200i Power Supply

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