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    Smile Re: Welcome to GIGABYTE Technical Support!

    My problem was much the same but was all to do with the cpu and temparature..would not boot to start with pulled the cpu out used less temp grease and got it to post and boot temps way too high... bought a Zelman Fan CNPS9700LED + Mtg. Bracket for 1366 socket..temps way down see my post..luck

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    Default Re: Welcome to GIGABYTE Technical Support!

    The RAM voltage shown in Easytune6 is different from what I set in the BIOS. Why ?

    In BIOS I set to 2,10V, but EasyTune (and other software like Everest, HWMonitor...) shows 1,80V.


    Also, when I raise PCI bus (in BIOS- for example at 105 MHz), EasyTune always shows 100 MHz.

    Any help ??



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    Default Re: Welcome to GIGABYTE Technical Support!

    @E-mil
    No multi boots? What FSB and RAM frequency you see in CPU-Z/EasyTune?

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    Default Re: Welcome to GIGABYTE Technical Support!

    Check your PC HEALTH STATUS in bios again. It is possible the bios reset and went to optimized defaults.
    Code:
    PC Health Status
    Reset Case Open Status [Disabled]
    Case Opened No
    Vcore 1.316V
    DDR18V 1.840V
    +5V 5.033V
    Current System Temperature 43oC
    Current CPU Temperature 28oC
    Current CPU FAN Speed 2518 RPM
    Current SYSTEM FAN2 Speed 0 RPM
    Current POWER FAN Speed 0 RPM
    Current SYSTEM FAN1 Speed 0 RPM
    CPU Warning Temperature [Disabled]
    CPU FAN Fail Warning [Disabled]
    SYSTEM FAN2 Fail Warning [Disabled]
    POWER FAN Fail Warning [Disabled]
    SYSTEM FAN1 Fail Warning [Disabled]
    CPU Smart FAN Control [Enabled]
    CPU Smart FAN Mode [Auto]
    I don't trust just "any program" to monitor my voltages. I use HW monitor. VIN1 is the DDR voltage. SEE?

    By artdrivers at 2009-06-24
    I hope this helps.
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    Default Re: Welcome to GIGABYTE Technical Support!

    Quote Originally Posted by Chike View Post
    @E-mil
    No multi boots? What FSB and RAM frequency you see in CPU-Z/EasyTune?

    I have multi boots (triple boot - 2x XP PRO and 1x Server 2003)

    FSB = 445
    RAM = 890

    I recently installed Win Server 2003
    Last edited by E-mil; 12-30-2009 at 05:55 PM.
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    Default Re: Welcome to GIGABYTE Technical Support!

    I assume you get the red warning about failed overclock too? This mean the settings did not take and some known working settings are used.
    Best create a new thread, post the settings and ppl might be able to advise.

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    Default Re: Welcome to GIGABYTE Technical Support!

    Quote Originally Posted by Chike View Post
    I assume you get the red warning about failed overclock too? This mean the settings did not take and some known working settings are used.
    Best create a new thread, post the settings and ppl might be able to advise.

    I know what you say, but no, no red warning.
    Everything seems to be OK, only reading memory voltage is wrong.

    I intended to start a new thread, perhaps now is the right time...
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    Default Re: Welcome to GIGABYTE Technical Support!

    Tonight, when I turned on the computer, something very strange happened:

    the RAM voltage shown in Easytune6 is OK now


    now I do not understand anything
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    Default Re: Welcome to GIGABYTE Technical Support!

    Ok i have a small question, there is an "Intel INF installation" Driver located in the list of win 7 64 Bit drivers for the EX58 Extreme. should i install this? i know its kinda of a lame question but when i read the Read Me document it said its for Intel Motherboards, should i install this for my EX58 Extreme? or will it cause problems?

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    Default Re: Welcome to GIGABYTE Technical Support!

    Hello Gigabyte Tech Support.

    I bought a new cpu for my motherboard, and I suspect I might have buggered the Mobo.

    Mobo: GA-MA790X-DS4 (I don't know what revision the bios is flashed to).
    Old Cpu = AMD X2 7750 BE. I was using this for about a year.
    New Cpu = AMD X4 940 3Ghz.

    K, let me run through what I have done.

    I removed the overclock on my old cpu, and set all bios settings to optimized.

    Then I powered down the pc, left the power connected to the mains (earthed, but off).

    I removed the old HSF and cpu.

    I put in the new cpu and HSF. I had to move both my ram sticks, to fit in my new HSF. I think I made the mistake of not flashing my bios up to revision f6. I thought that all I needed to do, was put in the new cpu, and it would work but not be identified. Then I could flash it, so that the new cpu would be identified. I powered it on, and I was getting long beeps, and getting no further with the boot up. Long beeps was meant to mean that the GPU wasnt being connected properly, well it was.

    I then put my old cpu and HSF back into the mobo, and powered on the pc. This time all the fans power up, the GPU powers on, my audio card powers on. But I don't get any sound from the mobo. No beeps, nothing. I get a red light on my audio and video card, I assume that means the mobo isnt talking to them. The HD does spin.

    I have tried removing the CMOS battery, and puttting a metal object between the pins. But nothing is happening. I get no beep, and nothing on the monitor.

    Does this mean I've confused and killed the mobo?

    Thanks very much,

    phufbq

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