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    Quote Originally Posted by artdrivers View Post
    Ok I looked at the image but can't tell. You should know you got the card. Did you check both DVI connectors
    Yes I did. Here are mabey some better pics.
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    One more posibility is the card not being fully seated in the slot. Other than that I am at a lost. I cannot think of anything else for the Acception of the card and board being incompatible or card and monitor. I am sorry
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    Quote Originally Posted by artdrivers View Post
    One more posibility is the card not being fully seated in the slot. Other than that I am at a lost. I cannot think of anything else for the Acception of the card and board being incompatible or card and monitor. I am sorry

    Thanks for trying anyway. Still waiting on official gigabyte tech support on their site but any help is appreciated.

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    here are the templates you asked about. G.Skill contacted me today and left this message but I'm unsure if hes referring to 1066 at 4gb or 4 gb at 800 or 900 with the northbridge stabilized at 1.4 or less maybe more or even if the DDR2 voltage is at 2.1 half answers are always difficult to understand lol. To me this message appears to be referring to the way my CPU is configured and lol has nothing at all to do with DDR2. Just another way to overclock CPU. Do you think this would be the way to configure a CPU better for 4gb 1066 or is this just for 800-900Mhz.?

    Dear Customer

    The G.Skill F2-8500 CL5D-4GBPK is compatible with your Gigabyte MA790X-UD4P motherboard. To stabilize the motherboard, try changing [Clock Generator Control] to “Manual” and change CPU Frequency to 266MHz. For [Memory Clock] multiplier, change that to x4. Now go to the [MB Intelligent Tweaker] and change [CPU Clock Ratio] to x13. This should help the performance drastically and also help stabilize your system. Let me know if it works.


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    here is the second half of the AMD template you requested.

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    Memtest! is great works just fine.
    This is with the bootable settings at only 4 Gigabyte
    ive basically given up on trying 8gb even at 800 i just cant understand why this board does not support 8gb when it actually states that it supports up to 32
    if you think something is out of place with those settings for 4gb please let me know i can just run that until i buy something else. I thank you for trying to help but i am done clearing cmos again and again something is going to mess up the new board
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    You are using Ganged mode right?

    I think they are saying you can run 1066 (4x266), but ya I am not so sure that would happen with 8GB.

    I would shoot for 800 first, not sure on what speed you want to run your CPU though so I can't advise a freq or multi for now, but I assume you know how to setup 800Mhz.

    Try 800Mhz again with all 8GB and +0.2-0.3 NB, you may need to adjust your NB Freq as well instead of Auto. I would also set 2T manually to be sure it is not running 1T and causing you issues.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 323STARZ View Post
    Memtest! is great works just fine.
    This is with the bootable settings at only 4 Gigabyte
    ive basically given up on trying 8gb even at 800 i just cant understand why this board does not support 8gb when it actually states that it supports up to 32
    if you think something is out of place with those settings for 4gb please let me know i can just run that until i buy something else. I thank you for trying to help but i am done clearing cmos again and again something is going to mess up the new board
    IF you have the MA790x-UD4P then it does not support up to 32GB of ram at all.
    Re read what it says in the manual.................
    "supporting up to 16GB"

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    So... I have a GIGABYTE EX58-UD4P....

    It seems to post... but then when I try to install windows... it shows the loading screen and seems to take forever but then the computer shuts off... any ideas of what could be wrong?

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    Try doing the install with only 4GB of ram, sounds like you may not have things setup properly. XMP or Auto can often be wrong or your setup

    Just so you know, I too have seen windows Vista and 7 seem to freeze at the initial install point, but after waiting maybe 5 minutes the install process started back up. Not sure of the causes of this, but I have seen it a few times on 100% Stable machines. I have not however seen it happen then shut off as you describe.

    If you don't have any luck with 4GB, let me know and I can help you try to get your settings a bit more stable

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