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    Default Re: Another ex-58-ud3r power on power off cycle problem

    You have the Platinum ram hey?
    You know its not XMP.
    If you want your 6gig kit to run stable, match my bios settings.
    I never get teh power cycle problem, when using the computer (apart from bios editing thats normal)

    This is a stock bios config for the X58 (any model) gigabyte board, a C0 920 and 6GB OCZ 1333Mhz platinum:
    M.I.T:
    CPU Clock ratio = 20
    Advanced CPU Features:
    CPU Clock ratio = 20
    Turbo = Disabled
    Cores Enabled = All
    Multi-Threading = Enabled
    Advanced halt [C1E] = Disabled (can be enabled, but stops chokes noise)
    C3/C6/C7: Disabled (same, can be enabled)
    Thermal monitor = Disabled (by default)
    CPU EIST Function = Disabled
    Virtualisation = Enabled
    BI-Directional PROCHOT = Enabled

    (back to main M.I.T Page)
    QPI Link Speed = Auto (4.8Ghz)

    UnCore/QPI Features:
    QPI Link Speed = Auto (4.8Ghz)
    UnCore Frequency = 20
    Isochronous Support = Enabled

    (back to main M.I.T Page)
    Base Clock Frequency (BCLK) Control = Enabled
    Frequency = 133
    (dont touch the Advanced Clock control page)

    Peformance enhance = Standard
    System Memory Multiplier = 10

    DRAM Timing Selectable (SPD)
    CAS = 7
    TRCD = 7
    TRP = 7
    TRAS = 20
    Command rate CMD = 1

    Dram voltage 1.58, all other voltages set to normal, and be sure peformance enhance is on Standard.
    My exact specs:
    920 C0 @ 2.66Ghz, Uncore @ 2.66Ghz.
    EX-58-UD5
    3x2GB OCZ 1333 P/N: OCZ3P1333LV6GK
    Noctua U12P
    650Watt Antec PSU.


    I Hope these settings help, I dont think you need a beta bios, just use the above settings if my specs match yours (excluding mobo model, that doesnt matter) the system should not power cycle when you turn on your pc and not editing the bios.

  2. #12
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    Default Re: Another ex-58-ud3r power on power off cycle problem

    The way these LEDs are supposed to work is that when board is posting, all LED's are on. Then LEDs go off on successful post.

    What happens next depends on whether or not you enabled "dynamic energy saver advanced". If this is enabled the LED's show CPU load as a kind of meter. If like me you haven't got this installed then the LED's stay off and do nothing.

    The only point I was making is that when people report their board is stuck doing repetitive power cycle, it is notable that always always the phase leds are showing all on.

    Regards,
    Achelon

  3. #13

    Default Re: Another ex-58-ud3r power on power off cycle problem

    HEY ALL! incredible. she booted. power on, off, on. stayed on. i am now running a prime95 stress for a fewminutes. so far so good. only a few minutes in though... i unplugged all fans leading to the mobo as well as the top case USB connections. only the fans for my noctua cooler are plugged in the mobo. ill post in a couple hours once i gather more info! GREAT GUYS! This could solve alot of problems for people, so far solved mine. keep yor fingers crossed for me. then we can call gigabyte and go HAHA.

  4. #14

    Default Re: Another ex-58-ud3r power on power off cycle problem

    ok BSOD after about 30 min prime. lost my screens :-( . gonna up the voltage to 1.4 and go again. so far , seems like problem mostly solved. Thanks to you guys . dbee.
    OH- QWERTYLESH, my ram are the standard OCZ1333 , Newegg.com - OCZ 6GB (3 x 2GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1333 (PC3 10666) Triple Channel Kit Desktop Memory Model OCZ3X1333LV6GK - Desktop Memory, rebooted with optimized settings and loaded my previous profile and upped my vcore to 1.4. running it now.

  5. #15

    Default Re: Another ex-58-ud3r power on power off cycle problem

    Ah ok, mine are the platinum low voltage, yours is the standard low voltage, still the specs look about the same youll find the dram voltage stable spot is far lower then 1.64v, it really is around the 1.55-1.60 mark.
    If your not overclocking i still suggest trying out my configuration :)

    otherwise keep performance enhance on standard, make sure the uncore speed is 2x or 2x +1 the speed of the dram.

    I keep my vcore set to normal it runs about 1.2 something, it works without problems, you shouldnt need to up it for stability if your ram is configured right, **** even when running my 920 on 3.6ghz with vcore on normal it only increased to 1.38. 1.4 is quite high imo. although i didnt read thorugh the whole thread thoroughly so you may be oc'ing well above 3.6 for all that i know :)

  6. #16

    Default Re: Another ex-58-ud3r power on power off cycle problem

    Hey all, shes prime95 stable at 3.8ghz with 1.4v around 80 degrees. Still gotta play around with it some more tonite. Fact is though, i got her past the 3.5-3.6 and no longer continuously powers on and off! So i guess my problem is solved! I will post my screenies later on to show settings and temps. Thank all u guys, Grnkjr0, QWERTYLESH, achelon, and everyone else on this thread who helped me. now i need to find the other threads and thank them. See ya guys later.

  7. #17

    Default Re: Another ex-58-ud3r power on power off cycle problem

    I am glad you sorted out your problem dbee. Would it be possible for you to make a picture like the one I posted? I think maybe 1.4V is pushing it in the long run, but you actually might need that much voltage to get stability I donīt know. Is that 1.4V in BIOS or is it 1.4V reading from CPU-Z?

    Take a picture using print screen with Everest Ultima showing the temperatures, CPU-Z showing memeory and CPU - and let us see those temps when idle and load.

    Poul

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    Default Re: Another ex-58-ud3r power on power off cycle problem

    [IMG]<a href="http://s524.photobucket.com/albums/cc329/classicautogroup/?action=view&current=Capture367530min.jpg" target="_blank"><img src="http://i524.photobucket.com/albums/cc329/classicautogroup/Capture367530min.jpg" border="0" alt="3675 30 min"></a>

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    Default Re: Another ex-58-ud3r power on power off cycle problem

    <a href="http://s524.photobucket.com/albums/cc329/classicautogroup/?action=view&current=Capture3675idle.jpg" target="_blank"><img src="http://i524.photobucket.com/albums/cc329/classicautogroup/Capture3675idle.jpg" border="0" alt="3675 idle"></a>

    at idle. I think my bios voltage is 1.35 , i swapped out the front intake and side intake fans to some scythe kaze jyuni that move 110cfm a piece. dont really see a noticeable difference...

  10. #20

    Default Re: Another ex-58-ud3r power on power off cycle problem

    What does your memory uncore frequenzy say? I have trouble seeing that. And is your memory running 8-8-8-24 ? I thought you had 7-7-7-24 timings?

    Oooh - I guess that you need to loosen the timings to run 1400 MHZ if its rated as 1333 MHZ - thatīs it right?

    You tried running 180 BCLK?

    Poul

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