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    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    Ahh well it could be then.

    You sure you tried what I suggested? If you only used 1.3V QPI/Vtt it may have not been enough, this may be the issue
    The max voltage I used was 1.30, then I put it back to 1.25V. Sorry, I was afraid to damage the circuit. Why do I have to raise that voltage so much (more than 0.2V)? Why Gigabyte puts it to 1.1 V by default? What is the exactly voltage that it is supposed to work fine for the QPI? Does Intel says something about this?

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    QPI/Vtt voltage all depends on your particular CPU and the memory you are using, default or auto is not going to work for everyones setup

    Yes, intel says max 1.21 but we all use more than Intel says for all voltages, and Intel's rated voltage is in regards to 1066Mhz memory as well. 1.3 may not have been enough for your particular CPU or memory setup, some CPU's need far more voltages than others.

    All you need to do is be sure you keep memory voltage within .5 of the QPI/Vtt voltage, so if you use 1.65V Dram voltage you can use 1.15-1.65 QPI?Vtt

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    QPI/Vtt voltage all depends on your particular CPU and the memory you are using, default or auto is not going to work for everyones setup

    Yes, intel says max 1.21 but we all use more than Intel says for all voltages, and Intel's rated voltage is in regards to 1066Mhz memory as well. 1.3 may not have been enough for your particular CPU or memory setup, some CPU's need far more voltages than others.

    All you need to do is be sure you keep memory voltage within .5 of the QPI/Vtt voltage, so if you use 1.65V Dram voltage you can use 1.15-1.65 QPI?Vtt
    From the Mushkin Tech Support

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    These would be the settings, make sure that you have updated to the latest BIOS 
    
    MB Intelligent Tweaker (M.I.T.)
    
    Advanced memory Settings>
    Extreme Memory Profile (XMP): Disabled
    System memory Multiplier: 10x
    Performance Enhance: Standard
    DRAM Timing Selectable: Manual
    CAS Latency Time: 7
    TRCD: 7
    TRP: 7
    TRAS: 20
    Command Rate (CMD): 1
    
    Advanced Voltage Settings>
    QPI/VTT Voltage: 1.2V - 1.25V
    DRAM Voltage:1.60V - 1.65V

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    Ya I saw Sean had suggested some settings for you, maybe they (Gigabyte or Mushkin) have not actually tested this kit on this exact model so maybe it is not fully compatible?

    Are you using the latest BIOS, probably already asked just checking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    Ya I saw Sean had suggested some settings for you, maybe they (Gigabyte or Mushkin) have not actually tested this kit on this exact model so maybe it is not fully compatible?

    Are you using the latest BIOS, probably already asked just checking.
    I'm using F4, is not the latest but from the changelog I see that they have only updated the CPU microcode and added the On/Off Charge Support so I don't see any need for update.

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    Well !! if i fall on situation like this, i replace all under warranty or rma procedure and then for the first start i setup manually the Bios (updated) with particular settings like Lsdmeasap propose.
    i suggest to be aware with the QPI settings till to moment of this new faiture from Intel will be accurate and familiate for all.
    a good idea it's to try your config with a memory kit that is sowed into the compatibility table of Gigabyte test official. then you will be sure that your motherboard and CPU are not in cause.
    good luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by supermounter View Post
    Well !! if i fall on situation like this, i replace all under warranty or rma procedure and then for the first start i setup manually the Bios (updated) with particular settings like Lsdmeasap propose.
    i suggest to be aware with the QPI settings till to moment of this new faiture from Intel will be accurate and familiate for all.
    a good idea it's to try your config with a memory kit that is sowed into the compatibility table of Gigabyte test official. then you will be sure that your motherboard and CPU are not in cause.
    good luck.
    I think that will be my way to go but, I'm not sure if I'm going to get the same kit. I think it would be better to wait some time.

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    Default Re: GA-H57M-USB3 Issues

    Well the whole point of using the latest BIOS is to resolve issues like this.

    Please try it out before you decide something is not working, BIOS Change logs do not always list memory improvements or compatibility updates even if they have been added.

    They may or may not be compatible, but you have to try the latest BIOS with your own manually set settings before you can be sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    Well the whole point of using the latest BIOS is to resolve issues like this.

    Please try it out before you decide something is not working, BIOS Change logs do not always list memory improvements or compatibility updates even if they have been added.

    They may or may not be compatible, but you have to try the latest BIOS with your own manually set settings before you can be sure.
    Ok, I'll give F6 a try.

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