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    Default Re: GA-P55 UD3 Cold boot BSOD problem

    OK simongwynne and fellow sufferers I think I have solved my problems and maybe can provide hope for you with yours.

    My ram was GSkill Ripjaws. I have now replaced it with Kingston. No bsod on cold boot. No system stability issues. Too early to call the war won but so far looking so much better than a coupla days ago.

    Good luck and happy new year :)

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    Default Re: GA-P55 UD3 Cold boot BSOD problem

    >>Well I put the ram into single channel mode last night and got another blue
    >>screen this morning
    Yeah, same here ... worked for three days, then BSODs on 3 startups in a row until the second module is removed...
    Eric

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    Default Re: GA-P55 UD3 Cold boot BSOD problem

    Looks like "Load Line Calibration [disabled]" increases stability in my case. I had no errors or crashes at 800MHz for more than a week. Advancing to 1066MHz I had a memtest error right after I did the settings (but didn't a cold reboot). After a complete power cycle (switching off at the power supply) it looks good so far.
    @Adski, can you tell us what Kingston RAM you are using. Is it KVR1333D3N9K2?

    Roland

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    Default Re: GA-P55 UD3 Cold boot BSOD problem

    Hi I'm from spain and have the same problem, I sent this mail this afternoon to Gigabyte support, I don't have any answer yet...

    "Hi, I bought your motherboard GA-P55A-UD4 last week, and I had problems at boot, I mean, every morning or every time I start my computer after a period of more than 5 hours of downtime, I experience a crash Windows System 7 (BSOD), only occurs on cold start, then I restart and log on the computer and it works well for the rest of the day, if I do a reset also restarts fine, and the system works stable .

    This is very annoying for me, and after ten or more BSOD, Windows becomes unstable due to damage to the files in each crash, I tried several clean installations of Windows, with the drivers of your Web site, and other sometimes only with the default drivers from Windows 7, this test is to be sure this is not a problem for drivers, another test I did was spend an overnight Memtest 86 + software without indicating any errors or problems.

    I found other users on internet forums with the same problem, and I think it is a hardware problem, and it is a compatibility problem or the BIOS setup, now all eta in my bios set to auto, with the optimized defaults and memory set to standard.


    My hardware configuration is:

    MB GA-P55A-UD4 bios version updated to F6

    CPU Intel Core I7 860 2,80Ghz
    RAM 4x DiMM's DDR3 1333Mhz Kingston Value Ram P:N: KVR1333D3N9/2G (I'ts on your compatibility list)
    GPU 1x Zotac Nvidia GTX260 v2
    HDD 2x Seagate Barracuda 1Tb P/N 9SL154-301 (Working both in a Raid 0)
    PSU LC POWR LC 6600 2.2 600W (+3.3V 30A, +5V 28A, +12V(1) 15A, +12V(2) 14A, -12V 0.5A, +5Vsb 2.5A)

    Case is a Thermaltake V3 Black series
    And a single LG DVD-RW unit.

    Windows 7 Home premium 64 bits

    Please help me, i'm very worried, and I don't want to go to the shop for an RMA."

    Thanks and have a good 2010!!

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    Default Re: GA-P55 UD3 Cold boot BSOD problem

    I have a variation of this issue. If I restart my machine from windows or edit something in the bios causing the system to restart, my keyboard and mouse stop working. Then windows would show a blue hazy blocky screen at login and I have to force shutdown.

    If I shutdown from windows and power up using the power button, everything works as it should!

    My config is:
    i7 860
    P55-UD3R - F4 BIOS
    Corsair Dominator at 9-9-9-24 1333
    Radeon 4670
    Win 7 Ultimate 64

    Any ideas? Anyone seen anything like this before?

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    Default Re: GA-P55 UD3 Cold boot BSOD problem

    you all might need a touch more qpi voltage,or set to normal as if on auto it will overvolt things,same goes for cpu voltage,also try with system performance enhance on standard and see if it stops the blue screening.also i would update you chipset drivers from gigabyte website..one other thing when you set your ram timings manually are you setting your ram voltage to ram spec? usually 1.5-1.66v
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    Default Re: GA-P55 UD3 Cold boot BSOD problem

    Hi all

    Well several days and several cold boots later and still no BSOD's.

    Wazza, for me, I did up voltages when I had the Ripjaws memory. I upped and changed many settings but nothing resolved my cold boot issues. Ram timings manual and auto etc. I did have the newest drivers where available. I did have the latest bios.

    The only thing that stopped me from having bsod - was to change the ram to another brand entirely. I now have kingston and no bsod. For me the issue appears to have been a compatability issue with Ripjaws and gigabytes current bios'. For others maybe not so but I am not the first person to solve this problem by changing memory brands.

    Good luck y'all and happy new year :)


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    Default Re: GA-P55 UD3 Cold boot BSOD problem

    Quote Originally Posted by etimaivo View Post
    @Adski, can you tell us what Kingston RAM you are using. Is it KVR1333D3N9K2?
    Yes indeed this is the memory I am now using.

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    Default Re: GA-P55 UD3 Cold boot BSOD problem

    Quote Originally Posted by Adski View Post
    Yes indeed this is the memory I am now using.
    I use that memory and still having cold BSOD...

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    Default Re: GA-P55 UD3 Cold boot BSOD problem

    Quote Originally Posted by wazza300 View Post
    you all might need a touch more qpi voltage,or set to normal as if on auto it will overvolt things,same goes for cpu voltage,also try with system performance enhance on standard and see if it stops the blue screening.also i would update you chipset drivers from gigabyte website..one other thing when you set your ram timings manually are you setting your ram voltage to ram spec? usually 1.5-1.66v
    Well, what you set in BIOS is one thing, what you get from it is another. I'm running Linux and I can read out the hardware voltage sensors of the it87** chip. Two out of 8 voltages (in0 and in1) I could identify as VCORE and VDRAM. Here are some results:

    VDRAM 1.50V [AUTO] -> VDRAM=1.58-1.60V varying depending on load
    VDRAM 1.50V [NORMAL] -> VDRAM=1.55V constant
    VDRAM 1.50V [1.50V] -> VDRAM=1.55V constant
    VDRAM 1.50V [1.40V] -> VDRAM=1.45V constant

    Why don't I get what I have set up? There is no option that would result in VDRAM=1.50V, which is the spec for my RAM Similar voltage skews I achieve for VCORE when I tweak the Load-Line Calibration and VCORE settings.
    Can you Windows users readout those voltages too, perhaps by means of the GB chip set drivers? Think it would be most interesting to compare these results.
    I guess some folks of GB are reading and posting here. Perhaps someone, who is deeper into the matter can enlighten us.

    Roland

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