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    Default Ga-790fxta-ud5 shuts down by itself and power leds on

    computer specs:
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    Build this computer last weeck, everything was fine but installing OS Windows 7 64 bits, suddendly shuts down, the power led was on, but fans, cpu fan, HDD, everything went off, the power, reset and bios leds in the motherboards stayed on and pressing the power button nothing happened, so i disconnected de power cable and reconect it and pressing the power button again everything went normal, i didnt liked windows 7 so i decided to install windows xp 64 bit and same thing happened during installation, it went off again, i started over the installation and finished it well. Correctly installed aplications like adobe cs4, office, antivirus, etc, then connect my older 500Gb HDD(1 year used), started up and when windows started the computer again shut it down again whit the leds on even the motherboard leds, no display image like if the computer were off just leds on, again pulled off the power cable and reconnect it, and again goes normal. I checked the temperature in every case, after rebooting and was CPU 50c system 43c today launch adobe premiere cs4 and system hangs, it happended 3 times today,so what it could be and how to fix it

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    Default Re: Ga-790fxta-ud5 shuts down by itself and power leds on

    First I would boot into bios and choose Load Optimized defaults and press F10 to save and quit. Boot back into bios and manually set your memory timings and voltage as per sticker on memory and any other changes that may be necessary for you like if you are using ACHI or Raid, press F10 to save and exit. Now allow it to boot into windows.

    What bios are you running? Check Gigabyte's web site for the latest bios version for your board. Your Cpu may not be fully supported yet and or memory if your not using the most recent bios.

    Thats about all i can say for now as I am a Intel guy.. Artdrivers is the local AMD guy he could give you further suggestions as to properly setting up your bios as you may need bump up a couple voltages to support 8gb ram.
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    Default Re: Ga-790fxta-ud5 shuts down by itself and power leds on

    I agree, I think you just need to setup your BIOS settings yourself and things will be fixed.

    Artdrivers will help you once he sees your thread, he's the AMD Guru here

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    Default Re: Ga-790fxta-ud5 shuts down by itself and power leds on

    http://download.gigabyte.ru/manual/m...fxta-ud5_e.pdf
    Yes I agree also but it helps if we know which AMD Phenom 2 955 your using. They make 3 different ones. (a C2 revision and 2 C3 revision types) Compare AMD Processors for Desktops: AMD Phenom™, AMD Athlon™ FX, AMD Athlon™ X2 Dual-Core, AMD Athlon™, and AMD Sempron™ Processor This could be the problem if your not using the correct bios for it. To start follow Acebmxer suggestion above. Go into bios Load optimized defaults save and exit. Then go back into bios and set memory voltage. This would depend on the memory part number OCZ makes several different DDR3 1333Mhz modules. I would need the part number to be sure. Thats why I put it in dark red below for reference. After voltage is set save and exit. Next flash to the latest bios update. Download from the url below. Scrol down after you click the url below and pick the f3f bios. If you need any instructions on this let us know. Load optimized defaults after you flash bios. Let us know how that goes.
    GA-790FXTA-UD5 (rev. 1.0) - GIGABYTE - Support&Download - Motherboard - BIOS
    Code:
    MB Intelligent Tweaker(M.I.T.)
    } Advanced Clock Calibration [Press Enter]
    CPU Clock Ratio [Auto] 2800Mhz
    CPU NorthBridge Freq. [Auto] 2000Mhz
    CPU Host Clock Control [Auto]
    x CPU Frequency(MHz) 200
    PCIE Clock(MHz) [Auto]
    HT Link Width [Auto]
    HT Link Frequency [Auto] 2000Mhz
    Set Memory Clock [Auto]
    x Memory Clock x6.66 1333Mhz
    } DRAM Configuration [Press Enter]
    ******** System Voltage Optimized ********
    System Voltage Control [Auto]
    x SATA3 Chip Voltage Auto
    x CPU PLL Voltage Control Auto
    x DRAM Voltage Control +0.1v
    x DDR VTT Voltage Control Auto
    x NB Voltage Control Auto
    x SB/HT Voltage Control Auto
    x NB/PCIe/PLL Voltage Control Auto
    x CPU NB VID Control Auto
    x CPU Voltage Control Auto
    Normal CPU Vcore 1.3250V
    Last edited by artdrivers; 05-19-2010 at 11:14 AM.
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    Default Re: Ga-790fxta-ud5 shuts down by itself and power leds on

    Thanks for your responses, i really appreciate them, sorry if my english is not so good, and please tell me how to configure the memory settings and else, im really trying to undertand whats happening
    The memory part number OCZ is OCZ3G1333LV2G 4 modules 2GB each installed
    The Processor specs are the following

    <TABLE style="BORDER-RIGHT-WIDTH: 0px; WIDTH: 100%; BORDER-COLLAPSE: collapse; BORDER-TOP-WIDTH: 0px; BORDER-BOTTOM-WIDTH: 0px; BORDER-LEFT-WIDTH: 0px" id=ctl00_cphBody_tblDetails border=0 cellSpacing=0 cellPadding=0><TBODY><TR><TD class=compareDetailResultTableRow>Processor</TD><TD class=compareDetailResultTableRow>AMD Phenom™ II X4</TD></TR><TR><TD class=compareDetailResultAlternateTableRow>Model</TD><TD class=compareDetailResultAlternateTableRow>955</TD></TR><TR><TD class=compareDetailResultTableRow>OPN Tray</TD><TD class=compareDetailResultTableRow>HDZ955FBK4DGM</TD></TR><TR><TD class=compareDetailResultAlternateTableRow>OPN PIB</TD><TD class=compareDetailResultAlternateTableRow>HDZ955FBGMBOX</TD></TR><TR><TD class=compareDetailResultTableRow>Operating Mode 32 Bit</TD><TD class=compareDetailResultTableRow>Yes</TD></TR><TR><TD class=compareDetailResultAlternateTableRow>Operating Mode 64 Bit</TD><TD class=compareDetailResultAlternateTableRow>Yes</TD></TR><TR><TD class=compareDetailResultTableRow>Revision</TD><TD class=compareDetailResultTableRow>C3</TD></TR><TR><TD class=compareDetailResultAlternateTableRow>Core Speed (MHz)</TD><TD class=compareDetailResultAlternateTableRow>3200</TD></TR><TR><TD class=compareDetailResultTableRow>Voltages</TD><TD class=compareDetailResultTableRow>0.825-1.425V</TD></TR><TR><TD class=compareDetailResultAlternateTableRow>Max Temps (C)</TD><TD class=compareDetailResultAlternateTableRow>62</TD></TR><TR><TD class=compareDetailResultTableRow>Wattage</TD><TD class=compareDetailResultTableRow>125 W</TD></TR><TR id=ctl00_cphBody_Virtualization><TD class=compareDetailResultAlternateTableRow>Virtualization</TD><TD class=compareDetailResultAlternateTableRow>Yes</TD></TR><TR><TD class=compareDetailResultTableRow>L1 Cache Size (KB)</TD><TD class=compareDetailResultTableRow>128</TD></TR><TR><TD class=compareDetailResultAlternateTableRow>L1 Cache Count</TD><TD class=compareDetailResultAlternateTableRow>4</TD></TR><TR><TD class=compareDetailResultTableRow>L2 Cache Size (KB)</TD><TD class=compareDetailResultTableRow>512</TD></TR><TR><TD class=compareDetailResultAlternateTableRow>L2 Cache Count</TD><TD class=compareDetailResultAlternateTableRow>4</TD></TR><TR><TD class=compareDetailResultTableRow>L3 Cache Size (KB)</TD><TD class=compareDetailResultTableRow></TD></TR><TR><TD class=compareDetailResultAlternateTableRow>CMOS</TD><TD class=compareDetailResultAlternateTableRow>45 nm SOI</TD></TR><TR><TD class=compareDetailResultTableRow>Socket</TD><TD class=compareDetailResultTableRow>AM3</TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE>

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    Default Re: Ga-790fxta-ud5 shuts down by itself and power leds on

    Hi jsaishio
    OK I now understand why. That 8 GB of OCZ3G1333LV2G is not designed for your motherboard. That memory is for a Intel I3, I5, and I7 based motherboard. You will want the AMD based memory. Yes when using that much memory it does make a large difference. You will want to call OCZ Tech Support.
    Toll Free: 1 (800) 459-1816
    For A Quicker response Call U.S. Support Line: 1 (408) 733-8400
    Let them know your memory part number. OCZ3G1333LV2G Give them your motherboard number Ga-790fxta-ud5 ,and AMD part number HDZ955FBK4DGM, and they will do a memory exchange for you. When you get the new memory please give us the part number and we can help you manually set it up if needed. Please let us know how that goes.
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