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    Default Re: Welcome to GIGABYTE Technical Support!

    Please, tell, will Buffered DIMM DDR-II modules work at EP45-DS3L ?
    Does it supports buffered memory modules?
    Tanx!

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    I recently ordered a P55-UD6 mother <NOBR style="COLOR: #0000ff; FONT-SIZE: 100%; FONT-WEIGHT: normal" id=itxt_nobr_0_0>board</NOBR>. I also ordered OCZ DDR3 1600 (PC3 12800) memory. I want to make sure that the 1600 MHz memory is supported by the board. I will be using the Core i7 860 processor.

    The web site says that it supports DDR3 2600+/2200/1333/1066/800 MHz memory modules. But it is my understanding that the P55 Express chip <NOBR style="COLOR: #0000ff; FONT-SIZE: 100%; FONT-WEIGHT: normal" id=itxt_nobr_10_0>set</NOBR> should also support 1600 MHz modules. It would be a memory multiplier of 12 if that is available. If it is not listed can I still use them or do I need to exchange for 1333 MHz modules?

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    I have a problem with my DVD player,in my computer it appears normally but when i put a cd in it doesnt read it and when i double click the DVD icon again it opens up the tray and tells me to inster a disc, is that a lens problem related to the drive itself or a problem with the SATA cable or the sata socket on the motherboard or the bios? (i have F8 on the GA X58 Extreme)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Khaled Imam View Post
    I have a problem with my DVD player,in my computer it appears normally but when i put a cd in it doesnt read it [etc.],... (i have F8 on the GA X58 Extreme)
    You've left out many pertinent details, but I can tell you this, I had a similar problem with an LG drive out of my old Dell XPS400. I had to update the drive's firmware and now it works fine with my GA-X58-UD5. Also, make sure the jumpers on the drive are set correctly.

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    Hi, I have been having trouble with my pc lately.I have built quite a few rigs and fixed countless others. The last couple of days my network has been crashing(this happened to me before dude to NIC drivers crashing it, this was on my other mobo) this same thing is happening to me again it seems. On top of that my computer has been shutting off then restarting unable to boot into bios. also the fans hardly spin on my CPU n VGA.The phaze leds flicker and all stay on and don't go into boot. Thought it was a PSU problem until i pulled it and tested it in another rig(runs fine) plugged it back; same problem.I leave the computer alone for a couple hours it and goes back to normal, about 10-12 hrs of running it crashes again.This goes around in circles. I haven't completely to ruled out the psu. I have seen problems like this with other pcs where the computer boots occasionally and doesn't others, and it was the mobo. I checked the Caps for "bulging" and leaking but found nothing ,also flashed the bios but it doesn't solve the problem. Specs below:


    specs:
    Gigiabyte ep45-ud3p(rev 1.0)
    4x512 mb ddr2 corsair xms2 675(850)no V increase
    q9400 (3.4) at 1.265v AC freezer 7pro running 47C under load
    3x hd
    antec 300 case with 4x120mm
    evga 8800gts no OC.
    Ocz 600 gamextreme ..

    I have OC this system without increasing the voltage on everything besides the vcore (under 1.5)at 1.265.

    I turned off the the OC in hopes it would just be running too high but it didn't help.I built this rig back in Feb and has been running stable at the above specs since then. I have been wondering if the the rails (PSU)have started to show Cap aging and is no longer putting out the required power. I'm torn between the PSU or Mobo. If theres any other suggestions i would like to hear them.Thnx
    Last edited by skopro; 10-09-2009 at 04:01 AM.

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    It's crappy memory ,if ur oc'ing ,you must have better ram modules.
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    Corsair xms2 PC8500 4gb
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    Seagate Barracuda 7200.11 1.5 TB
    Cooler Master silent pro M 700W
    HAF 922

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    Well ive actually tried to boot with a different card, and memory (g-skill 800 ) memory which i would say is far from crappy. Giving that i have changed these things that doesn't leave very much anything else.

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    maybe its just crappy mobo that u received than...RMA it. maybe ur cpu died ,1.5 vcore is insane...in fact,it's my statement that ur cpu is runnig crazy ,my cpu went crazy when it had high voltage on it,and had that similar symptoms with the network drive.
    Last edited by prichina; 10-09-2009 at 01:06 PM.
    GIGABYTE X48-DS4
    Q9550 / CM Hyper 212
    Corsair xms2 PC8500 4gb
    Sapphire 5870
    x-fi platinum
    Seagate Barracuda 7200.11 1.5 TB
    Cooler Master silent pro M 700W
    HAF 922

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    Well the mobo was doin fine since Feb..also my Vcore is at 1.265.. i said its way under 1.5 which is the usual cutoff..My network it seems is dieing from a different purpose cause its doin it on the pc im on now..
    Last edited by skopro; 10-09-2009 at 02:11 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by emcd4 View Post
    I recently ordered a P55-UD6 mother <nobr style="color: rgb(0, 0, 255); font-size: 100%; font-weight: normal;" id="itxt_nobr_0_0">board</nobr>. I also ordered OCZ DDR3 1600 (PC3 12800) memory. I want to make sure that the 1600 MHz memory is supported by the board. I will be using the Core i7 860 processor.

    The web site says that it supports DDR3 2600+/2200/1333/1066/800 MHz memory modules. But it is my understanding that the P55 Express chip <nobr style="color: rgb(0, 0, 255); font-size: 100%; font-weight: normal;" id="itxt_nobr_10_0">set</nobr> should also support 1600 MHz modules. It would be a memory multiplier of 12 if that is available. If it is not listed can I still use them or do I need to exchange for 1333 MHz modules?
    Yes, that speed will be fine. Those specs just note the standard speeds, not sure why they left out 1600Mhz?

    Just be sure to update to the latest BIOS and you should be fine

    Quote Originally Posted by Khaled Imam View Post
    I have a problem with my DVD player,in my computer it appears normally but when i put a cd in it doesnt read it and when i double click the DVD icon again it opens up the tray and tells me to inster a disc, is that a lens problem related to the drive itself or a problem with the SATA cable or the sata socket on the motherboard or the bios? (i have F8 on the GA X58 Extreme)
    Did you install the Intel INF Drivers? If so, or not, here is the latest please download and install these
    http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Prod...?ProductID=816

    Quote Originally Posted by skopro View Post
    Hi, I have been having trouble with my pc lately.I have built quite a few rigs and fixed countless others. The last couple of days my network has been crashing(this happened to me before dude to NIC drivers crashing it, this was on my other mobo) this same thing is happening to me again it seems. On top of that my computer has been shutting off then restarting unable to boot into bios. also the fans hardly spin on my CPU n VGA.The phaze leds flicker and all stay on and don't go into boot. Thought it was a PSU problem until i pulled it and tested it in another rig(runs fine) plugged it back; same problem.I leave the computer alone for a couple hours it and goes back to normal, about 10-12 hrs of running it crashes again.This goes around in circles. I haven't completely to ruled out the psu. I have seen problems like this with other pcs where the computer boots occasionally and doesn't others, and it was the mobo. I checked the Caps for "bulging" and leaking but found nothing ,also flashed the bios but it doesn't solve the problem. Specs below:


    specs:
    Gigiabyte ep45-ud3p(rev 1.0)
    4x512 mb ddr2 corsair xms2 675(850)no V increase
    q9400 (3.4) at 1.265v AC freezer 7pro running 47C under load
    3x hd
    antec 300 case with 4x120mm
    evga 8800gts no OC.
    Ocz 600 gamextreme ..

    I have OC this system without increasing the voltage on everything besides the vcore (under 1.5)at 1.265.

    I turned off the the OC in hopes it would just be running too high but it didn't help.I built this rig back in Feb and has been running stable at the above specs since then. I have been wondering if the the rails (PSU)have started to show Cap aging and is no longer putting out the required power. I'm torn between the PSU or Mobo. If theres any other suggestions i would like to hear them.Thnx
    Can you please make a new thread with all this info, so we can better help you. I can say now 667Mhz ram is not the greatest and has been known to cause a few issues, so that may be what you are seeing.

    In your thread please also post a link to your memory, and grab a template from my signature and give us your BIOS settings as well. Thanks

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