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    Default Re: EX58-UD5 RAM ID Problem

    Hi,

    I didn't use Everest when I did my tests this morning and am at work now so I don't have access to my computer to do an Everest test (I will tonight). I did use HWMonitor 1.15 which (according to CPUID CPUID) supports iTE IT8720 the I/O chip on the EX58-UD5. See results below (These are idle - the 9.34V in the +12V was from a load though). The CPU, RAM and +5V line up with Easytune 6 (I couldn't find any other info in Easytune.

    Thanks for the help.

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    Default Re: EX58-UD5 RAM ID Problem

    I am on XP 32-bit, haven't made it to Windows 7-64 bit yet. I downloaded HWM 1.15 32-bit and my voltages are spot on with Everest. Are you using the 32-bit or 64-bit version of HWM? I ask because those are some serious errors in voltages in that screenshot, and some of the listed voltages are different from mine. I don't know if the version makes a difference?
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    I am 99.9% sure it is the x64 version. I will confirm it tonight when I get home, I will also check with Everest.

    At least we are making progress... I have no idea how it is booting to windows if the voltages are right though.

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    I would say you either have bad ram are there a problem with board if you have tried each stick one at a time and run machine you a day are so and see

    also try these settings

    Load Line Calibration................[Enabled]
    CPU Vcore..................1.25000v..[1.30000v]
    QPI/VTT Voltage...........1.100v.....[1.255v]

    DRAM Voltage..............1.500v.....[1.640v]
    Extreme Memory Profile (X.M.P.) [Enabled]
    System Memory Multiplier (SPD) [12]
    Memory Frequency (MHz) 1333 1600

    Channel A,B & C Timing Settings [Press Enter]:
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    Default Re: EX58-UD5 RAM ID Problem

    I have checked the version of HWMonitor I am using and it is x64. I have checked it on another computer at work running win 7 pro x64 and the voltages report fine as expected (motherboard asus p6t). Based on the software working on win 7 x64 (my test) and working on a EX58-UD3R mobo (flyfisher's test) which has the same I/O Chip (iTE IT8720) as my EX58-UD5; I think either my PSU is stuffed or the mobo is giving bad readings.

    Hi Judge-dredd, I have previously run a memtest86+ run of over 29 hrs with all 3 modules with zero errors (see pic), so I doubt running them individually would achieve much more, unless I have misunderstood your suggestion.

    I might see what voltages I pull with other memory combinations (not all 3 dimms) as it seems weird that I didn't get errors with them if it is a PSU. Maybe a memory socket is shorting, or maybe 3 dimms pulls just enough power to cause problems?

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    Default Re: EX58-UD5 RAM ID Problem

    Do you have a digital multimeter that you could use to check the voltages on your PSU? You may also want to remove the RAM, blow out the slots with some canned air, check the contact pins on the memory and reinstall them. A fellow in another thread was having a RAM problem and it turned out they weren't seated properly.

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    I have a multimeter from back in my engineering student days, so it looks like I will be testing the individual voltages from the PSU rails.

    I don't think it is a memory seating problem as I have pulled them out and replaced them a few times in my earlier diagnostics, I might have stuffed it up every time though.

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    Okay, I tested my PSU with a multimeter and found all of the voltages to be within specification (Tested disconnected from system, at POST, Loading Windows, Idle in Windows, Running 8 threads of Prime95, Shutting Down):
    +12V1 : 12.21 - 12.22
    +12V2 : 12.21 - 12.23
    +3.3V : 3.41 - 3.45 - just within specs (3.465V max)
    +5V : 5.16 - 5.19
    -12V : -11.51

    Looks like we can rule out the PSU, because I was testing it disconnected from the mobo; then when I reconnected it and booted the system the same error (4GB first POST, 6GB 2nd POST) occured. I was monitoring the +12V1 rail and no voltage changes were noted during the problem. I think the testing should have removed the "cold boot" effect from the PSU.

    I also reassembled the computer outside the case with just the CPU and cooler, GPU, 3 x RAM dimms and HDD but had the same problem again, so I don't think it is a short circuit problem.

    Any ideas?

    Thanks.

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    have you updated the bios as f7 is an old bios now
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    Default Re: EX58-UD5 RAM ID Problem

    I have flashed the BIOS to F9m. Still have the problem.

    The only item I haven't removed and reinstalled is the CPU, so I suppose that is next. Maybe a bent pin?

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