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Old 12-10-2011
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Building a system using MSI P67A-C43 (B3) with INTEL i5-2500K
  

I am trying to build a new system and I try to do this task. at the time of doing this task, I am facing problem on it. The specification of this system is as follows:
  • Motherboard: MSI P67A-C43 (B3)
  • Processor: INTEL i5-2500K
  • OS: Windows 7 SP1 Home edition 64bit
  • Graphics card: Asus GTX550 Ti OC 1GB
  • Hard drive: Seagate 500GB
  • RAM: DRR3 8GB 1333MHz
  • PSU: Raidmax 630w
  • Cooling kit: Antec Kuhler H20 Liq
After using this configuration based hardware I try to build my system but it gives problem. that is in this system, it starts and then immediately shut down. This happens continuously. I donít know why this happen but I need best solution to fix this problem. Anything would be appreciating.

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Re: Building a system using MSI P67A-C43 (B3) with INTEL i5-2500K

This restarting system happen inside the RAM of system which is not inserted properly. In that case, you need to reinsert this RAM. This process works to fix this restarting issue. I hope that this works on your system.
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Re: Building a system using MSI P67A-C43 (B3) with INTEL i5-2500K

You can also check the RAM you use is properly compatible with the processor and the motherboard. Then I suggest to you for make sure that this both important hardware of the system supports an existing RAM. Most of the time, RAM is an important issue behind this restarting issue. You need to try reinserting compatible RAM and locate the response after it.
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Re: Building a system using MSI P67A-C43 (B3) with INTEL i5-2500K

I am not sure but I might be think that the bios of the system not works in proper manner. It could be also possible that the setting of the BIOS has not been set in proper manner and it gives problem to boot an system hardware. Then try to update bios. This will be work to fix your issue. Online as well as offline process works to fix your complicated problem.
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Re: Building a system using MSI P67A-C43 (B3) with INTEL i5-2500K

I know the reason why this problem arrives on this system. It happens when ROM ID from current installed BIOS and your target BIOS are different, that affected arrives such problem. one of the reason behind this is installed BIOS version not able to interact with the system processor and its relative hardware. In that case, we need to make the corrections onto this installed BIOS. Update the BIOS version also works to solve this problem. After doing this task, this will be help to fix such problem and then might be it fix your problem.
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Re: Building a system using MSI P67A-C43 (B3) with INTEL i5-2500K

1.3v set in BIOS with Vdroop Control set to "high vdroop" is showing 1.272v idle. This could be also one of the reason and hence I think you need to properly set this voltage of the system. The power management option of the device manager helps to do this task. then try this and locate the result.
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If the problem related to the power, then you need to check the connection between hardware and the PSU. This PSU is an power supply Unit that provides power supply to the system hardware. Using this power supply is any hardware capable to do necessary task. Then you need to use it and see what happen onto it.
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I think you can get a CPU/CPU cooler combo deal on the i5 2500K. Then use this CPU cooler and it will be help to you for controlling the temperature and heat of the system. It helps for solving your complicated problem.
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