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    Topforum is offline Junior Member
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    Default Re: Welcome to GIGABYTE Technical Support!

    I found what caused the issue.

    One of my DDR3 stick was very sensitive. If I moved it just by 1 mm, it made my system to freeze. So I unmouted it and cleaned it (tissue + blow on the contacts). Everything seems to be fine now. There was probably a small pervert dust. I'll be back if I discover something else.

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    Default Re: Welcome to GIGABYTE Technical Support!

    I have a Z97x-UD5H with an i7 4790k. Recently, I updated the BIOS from F7 to F8, and I started experiencing freezes in Windows (8.1). They always happened when I was just browsing the internet (using Chrome), but nothing shows up in the event log at the time, and I end up having to hit the reset button. While it is 'frozen', I can select other windows once, then that window will become unresponsive. This has been happening about once per hour when browsing, but it does not seem to happen when playing games.

    I attempted to downgrade the BIOS back to F7, but that just resulted in it automatically copying the backup BIOS over to the main one and overwriting F7 back to F8, and then boot looping until I pull the CMOS battery (the CMOS reset button does not help).

    How likely is it that the F8 BIOS is causing this issue? Do I have any options other than waiting for another version to come out?

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    Default kvm feature

    Motherboard GA-Q87M-D2H
    BIOS version 7
    serial number 00818 1/B/D7A476
    manufacturer's website states that board supports Intel V-pro

    VNC viewer can not connect
    manageability commander tool does not allow to enable remote desktop.
    Configuration menu of ME (CTRL+P) - there are nothing about KVM!

    Funktions of V-pro is only available SOL and IDER

    Report of utility SCSDiscovery.exe

    SCSVersion> 8.0.13.27 </ SCSVersion>
    Manufacturer> Gigabyte Technology Co., Ltd. </ Manufacturer>
    BIOSVersion> F7 </ BIOSVersion>
    AMTSKU> Standard Manageability </ AMTSKU>
    FWVersion> 9.0.30.1482 </ FWVersion>
    PingConfigurationServer> False </ PingConfigurationServer>
    IsKVMEnabledInBIOS False </ IsKVMEnabledInBIOS>
    IsAntiTheftSupported> False </ IsAntiTheftSupported>
    IsKVMSupportedInBIOS> False </ IsKVMSupportedInBIOS>
    IsSOLSupportedInBIOS > True </ IsSOLSupportedInBIOS>
    IsIDERSupportedInBIOS> True </ IsIDERSupportedInBIOS>
    IsAMTSupported> False </ IsAMTSupported>
    IsAMTEnabledInBIOS> False </ IsAMTEnabledInBIOS>
    IsSOLEnabledInBIOS> False </ IsSOLEnabledInBIOS >
    IsIDEREnabledInBIOS> False </ IsIDEREnabledInBIOS>

    I need to work with KVM, which is a part of V-pro
    discussion forums said that in OLD versions “SKU Standard Manageability” KVM is missing.

    My Question is - how to turn, reflash, buy, etc. KVM function on this motherboard.
    Last edited by gurava; 07-18-2014 at 04:56 PM.

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    Default Need Opinions , Is it Good ? P41T-ESG3 & E8500

    Hello , i'm new on forum . I wanna know did I set a good CPU Clock , FSB and else , i mean is this configuration good ?
    I got
    Gigabayte P41T-ESG3
    Core2Duo E8500
    4Gb DDR3 1333MHz
    500GB HD
    HD6770 1GB GDDR5
    550W Power Supply MSI Industrial

    I'm wondering about this that i managed in bios ?!

    Welcome to GIGABYTE Technical Support!-cpu-png

    Attachment 7055

    In bios , I didnt clock CPU , just make changes on FSB , set it on 266MHZ , to get Memory to work on 1333Mhz ?!
    Thanks

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    Default Re: Need Opinions , Is it Good ? P41T-ESG3 & E8500

    Welcome to GIGABYTE Technical Support!-ram-png

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    Default Re: Welcome to GIGABYTE Technical Support!

    I'm quiet new to computer parts with custom builds, and i can't find on the net does Gigabyte GA-MA790X-UD4 rev. 2.0 support ddr3 ram. I'm planing to buy a pc with this motherboard, and all i can find is Gigabyte GA-MA790X-UD4 rev. 1.0 .
    Pc spec:
    Motherboard:
    Gigabyte GA-MA790X-UD4 rev. 2.0
    CPU:
    Phenom II X4 Black 2.8GHz (125W)
    Video card:
    Nvidia GeForce GTX 260 1GB
    RAM:
    Nanya 4GB DDR2 dual channel (ECC)
    Hard Drive:
    Western Digital 250GB SATA II 7200rpm
    PSU: 500 W
    I'm planing to upgrade this Pc after some time( First RAM, then graphick card and so on)

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    Default Re: Welcome to GIGABYTE Technical Support!

    I don't know the specs on this particular board...

    But, if it has ddr2 installed, then no, you cannot use ddr3. They are not cross compatible.

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    Default Re: Welcome to GIGABYTE Technical Support!

    When you say cros compatible you mean using one stick of ddr2 ram and 3 sticks of ddr3 ram?

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    Default Re: Welcome to GIGABYTE Technical Support!

    No. Without getting too technical, the physical specs of ddr2 and ddr3 are different. So they are NOT interchangeable.

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    Default Re: Welcome to GIGABYTE Technical Support!

    ok ty for your help

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