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Thread: GIGABYTE-UD5-X58 motherboard failures, Is my problem well known here?




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    Default Re: GIGABYTE-UD5-X58 motherboard failures, Is my problem well known here?

    and i see ur mem multi is 10x, up ur uncore multi to 21x. uncore should be double mem multi +1. i went crazy, calmed down, went insane, listened , tried tried tried again and now im solid. It'll be fine. You may have seen my posts and have an idea what i went through. With everyones help here , you'll be tweakin like a madman.

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE-UD5-X58 motherboard failures, Is my problem well known here?

    I think it's definently your ram settings, in your post you show your running your dram voltage at 1.58v with 7 7 7 20 timings at 1333MHz.

    Although your ram is underclocked from the 1866Mhz specks your still running it way tighter than the 9 9 9 28 at 1.65v. Up your voltage to 1.65 and run at 9 9 9 28, if your stable try dropping the timing down to 8 8 8 24 or increase your blck but don't expect to lower your voltage too much. But I'd say your definently trying to tighten your timings with too low a voltage.
    Gigabyte GA-EX58-UD4P F10d
    Intel i7 920 D0 3.8Ghz 181x21 1.24375Vcore 1.195QPI/Vtt
    Noctua NH-U12P SE1366 push-pull, vertically mounted
    3x2GB G.Skill DD3 1600 F3-12800CL9T-6GBNQ 8-8-8-21-1T 1.54v
    2x EVGA GeForce GTX 260 Core 216 SLI 700-1500-1200
    CORSAIR CMPSU-850TX 850W PSU
    2x WD Caviar Black 640GB in Raid 0, 64KB stripes, 250GB short stroke
    WD Caviar Black 1TB
    Antec 1200 Gamer Case
    Windows 7 Ultimate x64

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE-UD5-X58 motherboard failures, Is my problem well known here?

    That bios configuration you posted is mine :S
    its for platinum 1333mhz DDR3!

    its specifically for a i7 920, 1333mhz OCZ platinum ram and any gigabyte x58 mobo only mate.
    that config wont work with your faster ram.
    your ram maybe XMP, if it isnt its going to take you a little while to work out the best settings for it.


    i think these settings would be more suitable if your ram doesnt have extreme memory profiling:
    Code:
    CPU Clock ratio = 20
    Advanced CPU Features:
    CPU Clock ratio = 20
    Turbo = Disabled
    Cores Enabled = All
    Multi-Threading = Enabled
    Advanced halt [C1E] = Disabled 
    C3/C6/C7: Disabled 
    Thermal monitor = Disabled
    CPU EIST Function = Disabled
    Virtualisation = Enabled
    BI-Directional PROCHOT = Enabled
    QPI Link Speed = Auto
    UnCore/QPI Features:
    QPI Link Speed = Auto
    UnCore Frequency = 28
    Isochronous Support = Enabled
    Base Clock Frequency (BCLK) Control = Enabled
    Frequency = 133
    
    Peformance enhance = Standard 
    System Memory Multiplier = 14
    
    DRAM Timing Selectable (SPD)
    CAS = 8
    TRCD = 8
    TRP = 8
    TRAS = 28
    Command rate CMD = auto
    
    Dram voltage at 1.64 (lower untill loss of stability, then set to last stable lowest voltage)
    the above setting may not be perfect for your parts but is far closer to the rated speeds then using a bios that is setup for 1333mhz ram.
    use the above at your own risk.
    Last edited by qwertylesh; 08-04-2009 at 08:39 AM.

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE-UD5-X58 motherboard failures, Is my problem well known here?

    dont use bios configrations given out to others if they're parts dont match yours exactly. ;)

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE-UD5-X58 motherboard failures, Is my problem well known here?

    How can I connect the fans to the PSU? They dont fit into the PSU cables. Do I need adapters or something else? Yes? What do they cost?

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE-UD5-X58 motherboard failures, Is my problem well known here?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jutu View Post
    How can I connect the fans to the PSU? They dont fit into the PSU cables. Do I need adapters or something else? Yes? What do they cost?
    Yeah you'd need something like this
    Newegg.com - Link Depot POW-ADT-3P4 Power 4 pin adapter to 3 pin fan adapter - Adapters & Gender Changers

    although you probably wouldn't need the additional 4-pin molex connector for a fan controller, radio shack or best buy probably has something like this as well.
    Gigabyte GA-EX58-UD4P F10d
    Intel i7 920 D0 3.8Ghz 181x21 1.24375Vcore 1.195QPI/Vtt
    Noctua NH-U12P SE1366 push-pull, vertically mounted
    3x2GB G.Skill DD3 1600 F3-12800CL9T-6GBNQ 8-8-8-21-1T 1.54v
    2x EVGA GeForce GTX 260 Core 216 SLI 700-1500-1200
    CORSAIR CMPSU-850TX 850W PSU
    2x WD Caviar Black 640GB in Raid 0, 64KB stripes, 250GB short stroke
    WD Caviar Black 1TB
    Antec 1200 Gamer Case
    Windows 7 Ultimate x64

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