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    @jjsoring,

    You might need upped Dram Voltage in bios for around 2.0v-2.2v to see if they boot ?

    I say try different ram kit like G.Skill or Muskin, if no help after you tried all.

    I don't think PSU and Board are problems.

    I noticed OCZ have lots of issues with this board pretty much so, someone did try to get different brand of ram then pop and BAM ! working right out of box without too much hassles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by powergiga View Post
    @jjsoring,

    You might need upped Dram Voltage in bios for around 2.0v-2.2v to see if they boot ?

    I say try different ram kit like G.Skill or Muskin, if no help after you tried all.

    I don't think PSU and Board are problems.

    I noticed OCZ have lots of issues with this board pretty much so, someone did try to get different brand of ram then pop and BAM ! working right out of box without too much hassles.

    pg
    If I could up the voltage I would. I will have to get my hands on some different RAM then and see what happens.
    My rig:

    Gigabyte Triton 180 case
    Intel Quad Core Q6600 (2.4 GHz)
    Gigabyte ga-ep45-ud3p motherboard
    2x1GB OCZ PC8500 (1066 MHz) RAM
    Intel Stock CPU cooler
    Corsair TX750W PSU
    Sapphire HD3870 PCI express x16 GPU
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    Default Re: ga-ep45-ud3p issue

    What do you mean "If I could I would" about the ram voltage? Why could you not increase it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    What do you mean "If I could I would" about the ram voltage? Why could you not increase it?
    Because I cannot get into the bios to change this...unless there is another way to do it...I have never really had to do it before so any insight or help in the matter would be greatly appreciated.
    My rig:

    Gigabyte Triton 180 case
    Intel Quad Core Q6600 (2.4 GHz)
    Gigabyte ga-ep45-ud3p motherboard
    2x1GB OCZ PC8500 (1066 MHz) RAM
    Intel Stock CPU cooler
    Corsair TX750W PSU
    Sapphire HD3870 PCI express x16 GPU
    1 160 gb hdd & 1 320 gb hdd via sata
    Samsung DVD Burner via IDE

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    Default Re: ga-ep45-ud3p issue

    As an update, I tried a corsair xms2 ddr 2 stick of ram (2 gb stick @ 800 mhz speed 1.8v 5-5-5-18) with no change in the system. Tried it alone in all 4 slots as well as with my ram. Not sure where to go from here...obviously it is either the board or the processor at this point IMO.
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    Gigabyte Triton 180 case
    Intel Quad Core Q6600 (2.4 GHz)
    Gigabyte ga-ep45-ud3p motherboard
    2x1GB OCZ PC8500 (1066 MHz) RAM
    Intel Stock CPU cooler
    Corsair TX750W PSU
    Sapphire HD3870 PCI express x16 GPU
    1 160 gb hdd & 1 320 gb hdd via sata
    Samsung DVD Burner via IDE

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    Ahh, Sorry to hear! I wondered why you would say that. So you cannot get in the BIOS at all now with 2 different types of memory?

    Have you had the board out of the case, and off the tray with ONLY the minimal connected to see if that gets you in there? That would be one stick of ram, CPU, and Graphics card ONLY and see if you can get in the BIOS

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    Default Re: ga-ep45-ud3p issue

    This has been done, and yes nothing different came of it then what I am currently experiencing.
    My rig:

    Gigabyte Triton 180 case
    Intel Quad Core Q6600 (2.4 GHz)
    Gigabyte ga-ep45-ud3p motherboard
    2x1GB OCZ PC8500 (1066 MHz) RAM
    Intel Stock CPU cooler
    Corsair TX750W PSU
    Sapphire HD3870 PCI express x16 GPU
    1 160 gb hdd & 1 320 gb hdd via sata
    Samsung DVD Burner via IDE

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    Hmm, well other then trying another set of memory I think you may need to RMA the board

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    Default Re: ga-ep45-ud3p issue

    I think what lsd meant was,did you short out the cmos jumper and maybe take out the battery if needed.Since you have the mbrd out of the case anyway you could leave it overnight.
    Maybe it is just a rma case,but it wouldnt hurt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kick View Post
    I think what lsd meant was,did you short out the cmos jumper and maybe take out the battery if needed.Since you have the mbrd out of the case anyway you could leave it overnight.
    Maybe it is just a rma case,but it wouldnt hurt.
    I thought about it being the case, and I think I left the board out all night with just the battery & cmos jumper.
    My rig:

    Gigabyte Triton 180 case
    Intel Quad Core Q6600 (2.4 GHz)
    Gigabyte ga-ep45-ud3p motherboard
    2x1GB OCZ PC8500 (1066 MHz) RAM
    Intel Stock CPU cooler
    Corsair TX750W PSU
    Sapphire HD3870 PCI express x16 GPU
    1 160 gb hdd & 1 320 gb hdd via sata
    Samsung DVD Burner via IDE

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