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    Default Re: EP45-UD3P Stuttering problem - Help!

    Quote Originally Posted by Chike View Post
    You can find MemSet and other monitoring/benchmarking/stress programs in Latest Overclocking Programs, System Info, Benchmarking, & Stability Tools
    What exactly is this system stutter? Does freez every half minute?
    It almost feels to me like it's a bus issue, like there's a bottleneck every few seconds, usually 5-15 seconds apart, that just makes the entire system pause for a half second to a second at a time. It sounds like my HD spins alongside all of this too for no reason at all.

    It doesn't matter if I'm doing a lot or a little. It's really annoying typing this because the system will freeze just slightly enough for me to not see what I'm typing, then it catches up. (I type fast, so that's several words at a time not showing.) As a safety measure I ran anti-spyware software again and it came up clean.

    I ran a flash browser game as well and then it really started stuttering more frequently. Or perhaps it was just more obvious due to the game. That's why I thought it was the video card and reinstalled the drivers for that, but that doesn't seem to have done anything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Esch View Post
    Ok set all of them to "Normal" and ET6 shows them all being exactly the same as the last screen grab I gave you, with the addition of the ram showing 2.1v now.

    Question on that: It says "Power On: 1.9", "Target: 2.1"

    So does that mean it's actually at 1.9 still even though my target was 2.1? I had problems with this ram and the last MB I had as well where it would never get the voltage right.
    The MB will attempt to set the voltages to their target value, teh actual value is never 100% the same but should be slose enough, otherwise you can try and adjust it manually. DRAM voltage of 2.08-2.12v would be fine. The fatality ram is under warranty up to 2.15v..

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    Here are the memset shots....


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    I was just about to ask if the disk is involved in this. Mybe it is something to do with the SATA ports but I don't know this board.
    Did you try to remove the expantion IDE card?

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    Default Re: EP45-UD3P Stuttering problem - Help!

    Quote Originally Posted by Esch View Post
    Ok set all of them to "Normal" and ET6 shows them all being exactly the same as the last screen grab I gave you, with the addition of the ram showing 2.1v now.

    Question on that: It says "Power On: 1.9", "Target: 2.1"

    So does that mean it's actually at 1.9 still even though my target was 2.1? I had problems with this ram and the last MB I had as well where it would never get the voltage right.
    From what i have seen if I closed ET6 instead of minimizing it and reboot and change a voltage in the bios and when back in windows start ET6 again from desktop icon the power on voltage would change to what is current in bios. but if i minimize it reboot make a change boot back up it would only effect the target voltage. Some times it would not change the power on colum. But the target has always been correct to what is current in the bios.

    Mybe it is something to do with the SATA ports but I don't know this board.
    Did you try to remove the expantion IDE card?
    Remove what expantion ide card?


    If your using the 6 yellow ports make sure your plugged into sata port1 or 0.
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    Default Re: EP45-UD3P Stuttering problem - Help!

    Did you set any of the timings manually or is it still with auto of optimized defaults?
    Advanced timing look like from the 400 profile, standard timings are looser. Could be that Performance Enhance is set to Turbo, you may try set it to standard.

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    No, I haven't done any dismantling yet. I was hoping we could find the problem before I got to that point, lol. I need to narrow down exactly which of the 3 HDs it is that seems to be accessed with this pause.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chike View Post
    Did you set any of the timings manually or is it still with auto of optimized defaults?
    Advanced timing look like from the 400 profile, standard timings are looser. Could be that Performance Enhance is set to Turbo, you may try set it to standard.
    Yeah, it is set to Turbo, that's what I listed above with my settings. I had it on turbo with the old board so figured it would be safe to have it that way for this since all the hardware other than the MB is the same. (*cough* I list the manual ram settings above in my bios specs as well *cough*) :D

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    Default Re: EP45-UD3P Stuttering problem - Help!

    The PCI IDE looks like the main suspect to me, I'd start removing it as well as any other USB device

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    Default Re: EP45-UD3P Stuttering problem - Help!

    Turbo should be safe to use, but while trying to figure what the problem is it may be better to use standard.

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