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    Default Re: Ga-ma790xt-ud4p + ocz3g1333lvam4gk

    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    Try leaving it overnight and see what happens, if it is still the same then you know something else is going on or wrong here. I am not sure how long it can take, but sounds to me like you may not be waiting long enough.
    overnight ? oh my... i wonder if other ma790xt-ud4p users are experiencing the same thing...

    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    You may actually have to set this to Enabled/Perform in the BIOS before you shut down and insert the sticks into dual channel mode as it may be set to Skip if you have not changed it.
    err, where on the bios do you find this setting? what is it called? i can't seem to find it. so, maybe it's automaticly enabled by default. please correct me if i'm wrong...

    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    See here, this user said 11 minutes or so
    http://forums.tweaktown.com/f69/bios...uestion-33778/
    yes, i've read that thread before. they only talk about dqs in the first pages, but gets OOT on the next pages

    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    Board and CPU are fine, like you said it works in single channel so you know they are ok.
    ok, i've just done a more complete test, and the result :
    > stick no.1 in slot 1 or slot 3 = post
    > stick no.2 in slot 1 or slot 3 = post
    > stick no.1 in slot 2 or slot 4 = doesn't post
    > stick no.2 in slot 2 or slot 4 = doesn't post
    > stick no.1 & stick no.2 in slot 1 & slot 3 = post (this is what i use, works fine, so far)
    > stick no.2 & stick no.1 in slot 1 & slot 3 = post
    > stick no.1 & stick no.2 in slot 2 & slot 4 = doesn't post
    > stick no.2 & stick no.1 in slot 2 & slot 4 = doesn't post
    > stick no.1 & stick no.2 in slot 1 & slot 2 = doesn't post
    > stick no.1 & stick no.2 in slot 3 & slot 4 = doesn't post

    doesn't post = blank screen and vga OHP led blinking and cpu fan spins randomly.

    so, does that mean something is wrong with them (slot 2 & slot 4) on the mobo ?
    or is there a setting in the bios that i have to set to get them (slot 2 & slot 4) to work like they should ?
    or do they (slot 2 & slot 4) need to the the DQS training before they can work ?
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    err, where on the bios do you find this setting? what is it called? i can't seem to find it. so, maybe it's automaticly enabled by default. please correct me if i'm wrong...
    UPDATEThis function is only adjustable in bios with some cpu's. The set feature will be skipped on some cpu's and is performed only on the initial boot. This is false, This feature is adjustable in bios on all cpu's that this motherboard supports. MISTAKE I am sorry You must perform this function initially after you clear cmos and install the memory in dual mode. (I would remove the cpu and cmos battery, wait 15 min. then install them again. If you tried this and nothing happens after a few miniutes then you may want to rma your motherboard, memory, or cpu. The Gigabyte technical service contact info is in the back of your motherboard manual. I believe Gigabyte offers a 3 year warranty on that board. Here is a PDF file of your motherboard manual ----> http://download.gigabyte.ru/manual/m...0xt-ud4p_e.pdf
    I hope this is helpful.
    Last edited by artdrivers; 11-24-2009 at 02:14 AM.
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    Default Re: Ga-ma790xt-ud4p + ocz3g1333lvam4gk

    so, is something wrong with them (slot 2 & slot 4) on the mobo ?
    or is there a setting in the bios that i have to set to get them (slot 2 & slot 4) to work like they should ?
    or do they (slot 2 & slot 4) need to the the DQS training before they can work ?

    and, is clearing the cmos the same as removing the battery ? if not, what's the diference ?
    and why you recommend remove the cpu and cmos battery, wait 15 min ? what does that do ?

    learning new stuff everyday ^^
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    Remove the cpu to discharge the cache. The cache may be causing the problem.
    http://www.ecs.csun.edu/~cov/comp222...cachenotes.pdf
    CPU cache - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    Remove the memory too. Remove the graphics card. It contains a bios and memory as well.
    Remove the battery to fully clear the cmos. Wait 20 minutes for the capacitors to fully discharge. You can also do this by removing the power cord and holding the front panel button in for a couple of miniutes. <--- This is a shortcut or quick fix. The previous way is more reliable. You want to be sure you fully clear the cmos. Check out the clear cmos function here ---->
    http://forums.tweaktown.com/f69/bios...h-guide-27576/
    You may get the "CMOS Checksum Error" Don't worry you have a backup Bios. Remove the HDD's if you dont want the saved bios files contained on your HDD's! Could be the problem as well.
    (4)Continue to boot from boot block and System search for "Saved" BIOS image in HDD hidden partition
    -- GIGABYTE --Geeks Column of the Week - BIOS Explained

    This is alot at once, I hope this helps.
    Last edited by artdrivers; 11-22-2009 at 10:38 AM.
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    i've already learned the basic stuff (bios, cache, etc), but i'm still confuse about some:

    Remove the cpu to discharge the cache. The cache may be causing the problem.
    Remove the memory too. Remove the graphics card. It contains a bios and memory as well.
    do i have to remove the cpu to discharge the cache ? i think it's not necessary.
    i know that the cache is a kind of memory, and it needs power to save the data on it. and the power sources are the main power (plug in from the wall) and the battery. so, i think, by unplug the main power and remove the battery (for 20 minutes, like you said), it should be enough to fully discharge the cache and fully clear the cmos... correct me if i'm wrong.

    (i've read http://forums.tweaktown.com/f69/bios...h-guide-27576/)
    i will do exactly what it says there :
    1) shut down the System, and let it rest for 30 seconds to a minute.
    2) unplug the Power Supply from the wall.
    3) Unplug the USB cables of any powered USB devices!
    4) place the jumper (The same type you used to use on IDE Drives) on the "Clear CMOS" pins. Then press and hold the Case Power on switch for a minute.
    5) You may also want to remove the CMOS battery. This is optional and not Always necessary, but you may want to try it if you are having issues getting the CMOS Cleared.
    6) let the computer rest with this jumper on for 10-20 Minutes, this will ensure that the battery gets drained, and the CMOS is cleared. Some people will tell you it will only take a few seconds or a minute or two, but I find that to be false and it may indeed lead to a corrupt BootBlock and or a Bricked motherboard. So best to not try to cut corners when it comes to Clearing the CMOS, wait the full 20 Minutes
    7) When the 20 minutes is up, remove the jumper from the "Clear CMOS" pins, put the battery back in if you removed it, and close your case up. Plug the Power Supply back into the wall and restart the system. Then please follow above advice and Load Optimized Defaults, set DDR2(DDR3 in my case) Voltages and Reboot.
    i will try this as soon as i get home. can't wait for the results *cross fingers*
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    Quote Originally Posted by artdrivers View Post
    This function is only adjustable in bios with some cpu's.
    Hey Artdrivers, can you please verify for me that his CPU in particular should be able to utilize this feature? Or can you not tell by looking in simple specs online?

    Thanks


    @inforcer

    As for where the setting is, here is an image of where you should find it in your BIOS, located between RAS to RAS Delay and CKE Power Down Mode >>


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    Yeah under RAS to RAS Delay. An image I got does not show Skip/Perform DQS Training to be in Bios. It may be there but he would need to scroll down more to see it.

    This image shows it. Your right it would be easy to overlook it. I believe it to be there now. inforcer would want to go into bios press ctrl+F1 when he gets into bios on the first screen then go to MB intellegent tweaker enter DRAM configuration scroll down and set it to Perform DQS training.
    By artdrivers at 2009-11-22

    By artdrivers, shot with DMC-LZ7 at 2009-11-22
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    Default Re: Ga-ma790xt-ud4p + ocz3g1333lvam4gk

    No comments about the CPU Question I asked? I did not know that was true, so you will have to tell me how I can tell if it is possible per CPU's

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    artdrivers>
    thx for pointing out where it is

    Lsdmeasap>
    what is that software that you use ? never seen that before...
    you can change bios settings from inside windows ?
    or is it somekind of virtual machine software ?

    both of you>
    wow, thanx a lot guys, a simple "it's under the RAS to RAS Delay" would be enough, but you guys put pictures too, really appreciate it

    i'm still at work, so haven't tested them yet. still another 2 hours before i can touch my pc
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    Default Re: Ga-ma790xt-ud4p + ocz3g1333lvam4gk

    Yes, that is in a virtual machine. I use that only because I have it open to run XP while I help others and that app only runs in XP or 32bit systems and I am using x64 Vista so it has to be ran in VMware.

    The program itself is Modbin and Modbin6, and yes it can change BIOS options/settings/menus.

    Sorry to hear you are at work! I was hoping to read you found it and enabled and things were now working!

    Anyway, good luck once you get to testing this, hope this solves it for you. I knew a pic or two would best help, especially to me since I do not use AMD I had to go check where the option was.

    Let us know how you get along

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