Okay, I changed that setting to stop it restarting
I've also checked the Event Viewer and nothing shows there that could be an issue of it restarting.
Theres a few warnings - TCIP errors
A few errors on W32Time
And a few warnings about DHCP.
And a few errors about MrxSMB.
I've disabled the computer running server electons and got problems before and after this too (got told this may be the issue, but it can't be)
A home network supposedly, but I don't have one.
This computers just connected through the router to the internet, and another computers connected to the same router, but in no way connected to this one.
BIOS is fully updated to the latest, and so are the drivers, yes.
BIOS is set to default settings also. All I've changed is to get the RAM running at its right speed, but it was crashing even before then.
The PSU is a 550watt TruePower Antec PSU. They don't exactly have bad reviews. (didn't come with case)
I've been told maybe the IRQ errors are to do with the RAID, using the same IRQ and causing a conflict somewhere, but its a driver IRQ error - Not equal, on blue screens.