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Thread: Ep45-ud3p one long endless high freq beep

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    Default Ep45-ud3p one long endless high freq beep

    SO HERE IS MINE ... i've recently bought a new computer with EP45-UD3P
    and assembled it myself and everything seems fine but then i added a buzzer as a speaker so i can hear beeps if something go wrong ... when i added the buzzer and boot my computer i get this weird endless beep in high Frequency
    (its sounds more like a buzz then a beep) and it driven me nuts..

    though my system seems to run flawless around (37-40C in idle)
    and no bsod or any other issue..

    here are the other part of my pc :

    cpu: intel core2quad q9550
    cpu cooler: ac freezer 7 pro
    mb: gigabyte EP45-UD3P
    mem : ocz 4gb 800mhz ddr2 (ocz2p8004gk)
    gpu: shappire radeon hd4870 512mb toxic
    psu: corsair 620w
    case: coolermaster cm 690

    hope you could help me , and thank you all in advance
    Last edited by nafroman; 12-08-2008 at 08:22 AM.

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    Default Re: Ep45-ud3p one long endless high freq beep

    You have a fan controller that has no fan connected setup to alarm if it fails. Go back in and look at the fans that have RPM speeds showing. If you have a fan setup to alarm if it fails and there is no fan connected it will sound.
    Gigabyte GA-Z77X-UD5H WB Motherboard
    Intel Ivy Bridge i7 3770K clocked @ 4.5GHz
    16GB Kingston Hyper-X Genesis 2133 RAM
    Water cooling by XSPC RASA RS240 Kit
    Sapphire HD 6850 1GB DDR5 GPU
    1TB - RAID1 setup with Western Digital 6GB/Sec Drives
    Corsair HX750W Professional PSU
    Windows 7 Professional (x64) Build 7601

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    Default Re: Ep45-ud3p one long endless high freq beep

    thank you so much man , your diagnosis was perfect ...
    the minute i changed that in the bios and saved (disable the two fan that had 0rpm) the buzz stopped ..and after a reboot I'm getting a one single short beep
    who says that everything is OK .

    just one more question Ive notice that my bios Volts configure this way :

    Vcore....... 1.220v
    ddr1.8v...... 1.888v
    +3.33v ...... 3.328v

    are those correct ? or should i change something

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    Lsdmeasap is offline GIGABYTE Guru
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    Default Re: Ep45-ud3p one long endless high freq beep

    Those look all to be acceptable values

    Nice to see you got your fan issue fixed up! Post back anytime if you need more help or suggestions with things

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