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    Default Re: Thinking about returning my Gigabyte UD5

    If you still have stability issues once you have time to test let us know, I can for sure help with full settings for X58.

    No need to return your board, just have to find the proper settings is all!

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    OK I just tried to run at 4.2ghz again, and unfortunately, the same problem occurred when running Prime small FFTs, with the Fi BIOS.

    Freeze, then BSOD.....IRQ less than or equal or some B.S.....

    I tried 210x20 first, then 205x20.. Same results..

    Settings were Vcore 1.34v, QPIvcore 1.43, IOH 1.22v, Vdimm 1.66v, CPU Pll 1.5v.

    If I turn turbo on, I can run at 4.2ghz with good stability at 1.34v..

    But for some reason, if I go above 200 bclk, I have stability issues.

    BTW, does anyone know what changes or improvements the Fi bios has over the previous ones?
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    Default Re: Thinking about returning my Gigabyte UD5

    What BSOD code? It will be on the left side of the screen, about in the middle, and look similar to this format 0x00000000

    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap
    BSOD Error codes and what they mean:
    0X00000050 << Incorrect Memory Timing/Freq or Uncore Multi
    0X00000124 << Incorrect QPI/Vtt Voltage (To Much/Not Enough)
    0X00000101 << Not enough Vcore Voltage
    CPU PLL should be at 1.8-1.84+. 1.8 is stock, why are you using 1.5?

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    Default Re: Thinking about returning my Gigabyte UD5

    I got 0x00000124, so I guess it's the QPI?

    As for the CPU Pll, I've heard a number of people say that lowering the CPU Pll from 1.8v can improve stability...

    Not that I believed them, but I thought I'd try it. I haven't noticed any adverse effects so far from lowering it. Computer is as stable as it ever has been at 4ghz.

    But I'll put it back to 1.8v for now.
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    Default Re: Thinking about returning my Gigabyte UD5

    Yeap, 0124 means you need more QPI/Vtt. Don't be scared, see my post here about this voltage >>
    QPI/Vtt Voltage post (High is OK)

    Ya, I have read that a few places as well (EVGA Forum mainly) and they were using 1.7 or so, this I agree with as a testing theory or may help, but 1.5 seems very low and I am not so sure this applies to all boards or is even a true thing.

    I would set yours back to 1.8-1.84 for now, since you're having issues. Then later on once you get stable you can play with this theory since that is all it is.

    I get what you mean, as it has me convinced as well, I just have not had time to look very far into it yet. But even if it works, you should get stable before you jump into testing it is all I am saying.

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    Default Re: Thinking about returning my Gigabyte UD5

    OK I tried it again at 205x20 with a higher QPI vcore (1.47) and this time I got a different error code.

    I got 0x000000D1.

    This is the one that had the "IRQ not less or equal."
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    Default Re: Thinking about returning my Gigabyte UD5

    Well random ones are normally memory related.

    What uncore and QPI Speeds are you using, best to give me your full settings so I can see it all. What QPI were you using when you got the 014 error, and what QPI PLL?

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    Default Re: Thinking about returning my Gigabyte UD5

    yes 124 is ram,so try abit more qpi voltage are you at 1.30000? you will need more if you are for 4.2....sorry i just read above posts
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    Well random ones are normally memory related.

    What uncore and QPI Speeds are you using, best to give me your full settings so I can see it all. What QPI were you using when you got the 014 error, and what QPI PLL?
    Sorry it took a while for me to get back. I was supposed to take a 20 minute nap, but ended taking 4 hrs instead

    Anyway, I looked at my QPI settings, and they are:

    QPI Ratio = x36
    Uncore = 7380 @ 205x20
    QPI VTT = 1.47v
    QPI Pll = Auto

    I never messed with the QPI Pll really.. I wonder if that could be whats causing my issues?
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    Default Re: Thinking about returning my Gigabyte UD5

    No worries, we all need some extra nap time now and again!

    So you are using x18 Uncore multi? I use this myself, but you may want to try x16-x17 and see if that helps for now, if it does then I can help you adjust for x18 later.

    QPI PLL, often auto is fine many say but I have no luck with that at all. I find, depending on QPI/Vtt and overall speeds that 1.18-1.28 works better than auto which most always stays at stock. Try 1.20-1.24 QPI PLL and see if it help any before lowering your uncore.

    So you ram was at 1640-1650 right? If so, what main timings were set?

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