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    Default Re: Welcome to GIGABYTE Technical Support!

    Ok, I think I'm lost. I left nothing in my post hoping you would sell me, are just a tech and thats it. I must have been wrong about this site. Is gygabyte a new company that worked for one of the larger builders? (making a name for themselfs). I bought the board anyway. if I post something that is for support... will you answer?

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    Default Re: Welcome to GIGABYTE Technical Support!

    I looked at your other two posts via the following link, and am not sure at all what you are talking about above because none of your older posts mention anything related to your comments?
    http://forums.tweaktown.com/search.p...st&showposts=1

    What do you mean, and do you need help with something? Yes, we can help! If you need help, please feel free to make a new thread in this section and we can help!

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    I recently moved to sata 3 ssd namely the force gt 90gb. The Revision is 1.3.3 (newest bios from official site)
    I own the X58A-UD3R with bios FH. I hooked the ssd on the sata marvel port, enabled ahci and run some benchmarks. Result is, that write speeds top up 250mb/sec and read speeds top up to 380mb/sec. The benchmarking program is ATTO, which i think is highly acclaimed and the industry standard.
    What do you thing must be done in order to achieve speeds >500mb/sec ?

    Your help is highly appreciated

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    Default Re: Welcome to GIGABYTE Technical Support!

    Quote Originally Posted by thanoss44 View Post
    I recently moved to sata 3 ssd namely the force gt 90gb. The Revision is 1.3.3 (newest bios from official site)
    I own the X58A-UD3R with bios FH. I hooked the ssd on the sata marvel port, enabled ahci and run some benchmarks. Result is, that write speeds top up 250mb/sec and read speeds top up to 380mb/sec. The benchmarking program is ATTO, which i think is highly acclaimed and the industry standard.
    What do you thing must be done in order to achieve speeds >500mb/sec ?

    Your help is highly appreciated
    I just bought this same drive but the 120gb version. If you want True Sata3 performance then you need a p67/z68/x79 motherboard that has native sata3.

    Otherwise if this drive is your boot drive connect it to the intel Sata2 ports and you will see better performance but you wont reach max speed.
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    Default Re: Welcome to GIGABYTE Technical Support!

    Quote Originally Posted by thanoss44 View Post
    I recently moved to sata 3 ssd namely the force gt 90gb. The Revision is 1.3.3 (newest bios from official site)
    I own the X58A-UD3R with bios FH. I hooked the ssd on the sata marvel port, enabled ahci and run some benchmarks. Result is, that write speeds top up 250mb/sec and read speeds top up to 380mb/sec. The benchmarking program is ATTO, which i think is highly acclaimed and the industry standard.
    What do you thing must be done in order to achieve speeds >500mb/sec ?

    Your help is highly appreciated
    read this thread,same drive but the 60gb version and running on intel sata3 port,its one of the reasons i switched to a z68,older marvell sata3 ports just arnt fast
    http://forums.tweaktown.com/storage-...-new-post.html
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    Default Re: Welcome to GIGABYTE Technical Support!

    I have a Z68 UD5 with a 2500K, oced to 4.9. It seems that virtually all of the oc info out there refers to Asus boards. Is there somewhere on here where I can get Gigabyte oriented overclock info?

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    Default Re: Welcome to GIGABYTE Technical Support!

    I have a Z68 UD5 with a 2500K. Is it necessary to reset the bios on the board after a few oc failures?

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    Default Re: Welcome to GIGABYTE Technical Support!

    You can clear the CMOS and or load optimized defaults if you are having issues, sometimes that does help

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    Default Re: Welcome to GIGABYTE Technical Support!

    Hi all there!! Well i would like to receive some help about my problem. I ll give you my info below!
    Mobo z68xp ud4
    i5 2500k
    Ram Corsair xms3 1600 4gb
    PSU corsair HX750
    GPU Sapphire HD 6870
    SSD Corsair Force GT 3 60GB

    Last week my board died and i got it replaced with a new one today so i rebuilt my system and i was ready to boot.
    When i pressed my power on i waited 4 sec for the splash screen but nothing happened and the pc rebooted(damn here we go with a bootloop i said) so i rebooted many times but nothing. I removed one ram stick and removed the GPU so i could use the embeded gpu but still nothing. Now it seems that it doesnt restarts(very fast reboot) at all but i see that my LCD monitor goes off and then goes in power saving mode so i suppose it is still bootlooping!!
    I will remove the battery,the power cord of the psu and leave it for 5-6 hours an then i will try it again. Any suggestions??
    Last edited by franklawl; 02-18-2012 at 03:21 AM.

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