Official GIGABYTE Forum

Why Does BIOS Reboot?

Why Does BIOS Reboot?
« on: June 30, 2009, 05:35:37 am »
Hi,
Had Mobo CPU for a while and been running a bit faster than normal. Put NEW RAM in a few weeks back and managed in the end to sort out what needed to be done. BUT I cannot change the FSB at all now.
GA-P35-S3
E6600
4Gb Kingston PC2-8500 1066Mhz

Did have the FSB set to 288 * 9Multiplyer 2.6Ghz CPU instead of the 2.4.
Once I got the new RAM I upped to 300 then 305, 311, 316, 322, 326, 333 and everything was great. BUT Now, if I change the FSB at all the Bios reboots and goes back to Optimized defaults.

Is there a reason for this? Is CPU on way out or could it be RAM possibly broke??
Thanks,
Shaun.

oggmonster

  • 659
  • 18
  • I can see Russia from my house
Re: Why Does BIOS Reboot?
« Reply #1 on: June 30, 2009, 12:08:20 pm »
Try updating to latest BIOS. Also are you giving your CPU enough volts?
There's no place like ::1

 

anything