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    Default Re: i7 930 / UD7 Overclocking advice

    Random values such as that are often memory related errors, or driver related.

    These are the common overclock related errors, memory aside

    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


    Use F6a or F6x, or F6 test 1? Not sure which is best, I am using F6a 2/25/10 4:08 AM

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    Default Re: i7 930 / UD7 Overclocking advice

    Noticed youve got a diff board to me so not sure if our bios's would be different or not? (unless uve put the wrong date in, we've got diff ones) Just if im going to flash the BIOS would prefer to use one that is known to be stable so that can be ruled out of the way
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    Default Re: i7 930 / UD7 Overclocking advice

    No, I just did not update my signature yet. We have the same board X58A-UD7

    There is 2 F6a BIOSes, that is why I specified which I am using.

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    Default Re: i7 930 / UD7 Overclocking advice

    So you meant the 22nd feb one rather than 25th as there wasnt one on the 25th

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    Default Re: i7 930 / UD7 Overclocking advice

    No, I meant I am using the one made on the 25th as I said :)



    Just go ahead and try one, or use F6x or F6 test 1 they are fine as well. Or if you want I can upload this one for you, if so let me know

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    Default Re: i7 930 / UD7 Overclocking advice

    the date must be wrong on this page then http://forums.tweaktown.com/f69/giga...tml#post270437 ;)

    Ok going to flash to the new F6 Test and will report back

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    Default Re: i7 930 / UD7 Overclocking advice

    That or he did not upload the BIOS I have, not sure?

    F6 final I hear is buggy, so don't use that one, use one of the beta's we talked about

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    Default Re: i7 930 / UD7 Overclocking advice

    Bit late as ive only just read that now lol, however i used F6 Test from HiCookie :)

    So i entered qflash, disabled DMI data, flashed BIOS... rebooted into BIOS, loaded optimized defaults - set ram voltage, saved and quit.... rebooted into bios, changed settings back to before (dont use raid so skipped that step) and now im on F6 Test with my settings as before.

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    Default Re: i7 930 / UD7 Overclocking advice

    Same settings wont work often, especially with the large move you made from F2 to F6+.

    Please retweak and test things again, it will take a bit of tinkering before you find stability again. Then we can try further with this issue

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    Default Re: i7 930 / UD7 Overclocking advice

    Retweak and test what? Im stable in prime again, just not on bootup in the mornings!!

    Ive had enough of this stupid board, im convinced its down to the dual bios feature. You turn the pc on, it powers ups, then powers off, then powers back on (using 2nd bios im assuming) then shows you a failed oc screen, followed by "del" to enter BIOS, followed by "f10" to save and exit. Makes booting rather long and annoying!!!

    My last system was a Asus P6T deluxe and i never had stupid issues like this

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