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    Post Re: Weird GA-EP43-UD3L Issues

    Sorry guys that I haven't replied in days. Because the problem it got even worst. But I solved. I went and bought real quick another MB because I have to finish a job (Graphic Designer) for this weekend. I couldn't wait for my nephews one.

    RESULT: I installed the new MB and right out of the bat problems persist. ON/OFF. So I ruled out that it is not the MB. Not the Ram, Not CPU, not the Heatsink. The problem was it all along MR. PSU. I returned the new MB that I bought and exchanged for a PSU and here you go guys.

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    Default Re: Weird GA-EP43-UD3L Issues

    Glad you fixed your problem KakoNegro. Sometimes it's the item you least expect.
    CPU: Intel Xeon X3220
    Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-EP45-UD3L
    Memory: 8GB PC2-8500 OCZ2G10664GK
    Graphics Card: BFG Geforce GTX 260 OC
    Hard Drive: WD500GB
    Power Supply: Corsair HX620
    Case: Antec
    CPU cooling: Tuniq Tower 120
    OS:Windows 7 Ultimate x64
    Monitor: Acer H233H

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    Cool Re: Weird GA-EP43-UD3L Issues

    True indeed

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    Default Re: Weird GA-EP43-UD3L Issues

    How has your UD3L been treating you? My Xeon X3220 is currently overclocked to 3.4GHz from 2.4 on mine. Have your tried OCing?
    CPU: Intel Xeon X3220
    Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-EP45-UD3L
    Memory: 8GB PC2-8500 OCZ2G10664GK
    Graphics Card: BFG Geforce GTX 260 OC
    Hard Drive: WD500GB
    Power Supply: Corsair HX620
    Case: Antec
    CPU cooling: Tuniq Tower 120
    OS:Windows 7 Ultimate x64
    Monitor: Acer H233H

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    Default Re: Weird GA-EP43-UD3L Issues

    Nice to hear you solved this issue!! Odd to hear it was the PSU, sounded graphical to me but maybe that is just cause of how you explained it?

    Anyway nice to hear you are back in business! Post back anytime if you need more help with anything.

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    Post Re: Weird GA-EP43-UD3L Issues

    The board seems well made, well all the parts. Because the abuse that they were getting with the on/off issue I thought that my processor or hard drives were going to fry. But everything it is running smooth. I haven't over clocked. Been tight these years that I can't spend a whole for a new processor. But I used to have this same processor OC with an Asus Commando before running at 3.4 from 2.6. But used to get blue screen any day. But probably also because I had a bootleg Vista (Was out of the Country at that time and **** are expensive and hard to get in Dom. Rep.).

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    Default Re: Weird GA-EP43-UD3L Issues

    Ahh, on/off wont affect anything much really, you don't have to worry about that.

    Well glad to hear you got everything running now! Post back anytime if you need help with anything

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    Smile Re: Weird GA-EP43-UD3L Issues

    Thank you guys!!!

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    Smile Re: Weird GA-EP43-UD3L Issues

    Thanks, and not only that, some people that wanted some graphics work done, am able to take care of them. I was hiding and pushing them away because the issue I was having. And also today I found out the PSU still under the warranty. Am lucky on that too. Guys thank you again for standing by me man.

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