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Thread: GA-EX85-UD5/i7 - 4GB of 6GB problem + differente story (and pictures)




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    Default Re: GA-EX85-UD5/i7 - 4GB of 6GB problem + differente story (and pictures)

    Ya, I will clean up the path of copper, and apply a good silver ink and see how it goes... Like most said, its already messed up, so wont make difference... If don't work, I will send to a good soldering.

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    @wazza3000

    I already tested everything possible, including all slots, nothing blew away :).

    And my BIOS recognized all three channels (6GB), or you mentioned the Post? Yeah, in post only 4GB is recognized.

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    Default Re: GA-EX85-UD5/i7 - 4GB of 6GB problem + differente story (and pictures)

    Quote Originally Posted by wazza300 View Post
    also why have they removed c1e option in latest ud5 bios?
    C1E/Cxx/EIST has been removed for internal testing, this BIOS was not meant for public use. Please flash back to the previous BIOS or wait for the next beta

    Quote Originally Posted by rodrigobragamg View Post
    Ya, I will clean up the path of copper, and apply a good silver ink and see how it goes... Like most said, its already messed up, so wont make difference... If don't work, I will send to a good soldering.

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    @wazza3000

    I already tested everything possible, including all slots, nothing blew away :).

    And my BIOS recognized all three channels (6GB), or you mentioned the Post? Yeah, in post only 4GB is recognized.
    Let us know how you get along with this!

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