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    Default Re: Welcome to GIGABYTE Technical Support!

    Q9550 doesn't support Hyperthreading. 4 physical cores are available.

    You could unhide some settings by pressing Ctrl+F1 in the main menu before.

    Hyper threading was once introduced with the second wave P4 processors, with 2 logical cores. This motherboad doesn't support P4, it was build that way. So this is some artefact that was left in the manual, common to all motherboards, but no longer available on this model.
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    Default Re: Welcome to GIGABYTE Technical Support!

    Quote Originally Posted by yuu View Post
    Q9550 doesn't support Hyperthreading. 4 physical cores are available.

    You could unhide some settings by pressing Ctrl+F1 in the main menu before.

    Hyper threading was once introduced with the second wave P4 processors, with 2 logical cores. This motherboad doesn't support P4, it was build that way. So this is some artefact that was left in the manual, common to all motherboards, but no longer available on this model.
    Thanks for the reply, that cleared my confusion.

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    Mr.Tweak


    I have the same problem as many owners of the Gigabyte GA-X58A-UD3R (rev. 1.0) ... really weird noises ... that noise ... is covered by the guarantee of Gigabyte? so if I'm still using,,, I may fail later?

    in the REV 2.0 that problem.. been solved?

    please do not tell me that disabling the C1E the problem would be solved ..

    in the store where i purchased ... should to change it for REV 2.0 .. if the REV 2.0 does not have the same problem


    My system:


    CPU: Intel i7 930 D0

    Cooling: Cooler Master 212 Plus

    Mobo: Gigabyte GA-X58A-UD3R (Bios F5)

    Memory: G.SKILL Ripjaws Series 6GB (3 x 2GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1600 (PC3 12800) Desktop Memory Model F3-12800CL8T-6GBRM

    GPU: MSI R5770 Hawk Radeon HD 5770

    HDDs: Western Digital Caviar Black WD1001FALS 1TB 7200 RPM 32MB Cache SATA 3.0Gbs

    PSU: Cooler Master Real Power Pro M850 RS-850-ESBA


    thanks for u time Mr.Tweak!
    Last edited by GYGA; 06-07-2010 at 05:06 AM.

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    These noises are normally due to the PSU, a new one, larger or different model normally fixes the issue.

    Disable C1E and EIST normally stops the sounds if you can't get a better PSU.

    Also uninstall DES and disable easytune from startup if you use it, and disable the startup service for it as well - I suggest StartupCPL to do this, it will install into your control panel

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    These noises are normally due to the PSU, a new one, larger or different model normally fixes the issue.

    Disable C1E and EIST normally stops the sounds if you can't get a better PSU.

    Also uninstall DES and disable easytune from startup if you use it, and disable the startup service for it as well - I suggest StartupCPL to do this, it will install into your control panel
    I have that same board (rev 1.0) with a Corsair TX 750W and do not hear any noises, so you're probably right that it may be a PSU + mobo combination problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by uccy View Post
    I have that same board (rev 1.0) with a Corsair TX 750W and do not hear any noises, so you're probably right that it may be a PSU + mobo combination problem.

    check with default bios setting.. C1E and EIST enable! vcore (Auto) (NO OC)
    the motherboard I would have to be able to use all options available that has .. not have to disable something that works well ... we agree? in my country this motherboard costs $320

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    MrTweak.

    I am new to this amazing forums and I already read a lot of useful info.

    But one thing I cannot get a proper answer for.

    Yesterday I bought a GA-X58A-UD5 Rev. 2.0 and I will build it into my case as soon as I have some time this week.

    My question is:
    I own an Intel SSD X25 M postville, on which SATA port it's the best to connect, shall I use SATA3 Marvel for this or the ICH10 SATA2.

    Thanks in advance for your help.

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    I suggest you use SATA2_0 for your OS SSD, this is the first Intel port.

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    Thanks, I will try it as soon as I start building the rig.

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