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    Default Re: Gigabyte H55M-UD2H ram stability issue

    set memory timings manually as 7-7-7-24 command rate 1T,go in bios and select manually and type in the timings,set your qpi voltage to 1.25v for those timings,set your dram voltage to 1.5v....and set system performance enhance to standard,if its still crashing leave all the other voltages alone and click qpi/vtt voltage up one notch a atime in between testing until it becomes stable,dont go above 1.3v for qpi/vtt as you shouldnt need that much
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    Default Re: Gigabyte H55M-UD2H ram stability issue

    Hello. My problem is quite similar.
    Since i bought my new PC i had random blue screens / crashes. Sometimes it works for weeks non-stop with me playing hardcore on it, sometimes it crashes for an infinite number of times after entering windows or even before loading it, ending up to ruining my Windows 7 i have installed on it, for several times.

    Testing my RAMs with OCCT i found that it would always crush at 47%. I tried changing my RAMs with my friend's Corsairs and no change. The only thing that worked was running my system with only 1 RAM module (mine or my friend's). I tested one single RAM module with OCCT (any of the 2 I or my friend have) and the test completed succesfully and no more crushes happened ever since.

    My system components are:

    Mobo: Gigabyte P55-UD4 rev 1;
    RAM: Team Xtreem Low Voltage Overclocking Memory Modules 2x2Gb TXD34096M1866HC8DC-L (DDR III 1866, CL:8-8-8-24, 1.65v);
    CPU: Intel core I5-750;
    HSF: Scythe Mugen;
    GPU: Sapphire 4870 1Gb standard version;
    PSU: Gembird 650v.

    Yes, i have the latest BIOS version (F8) and every single driver is up-to-date.
    Please delete my post if u consider its a different problem.

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    Default Re: Gigabyte H55M-UD2H ram stability issue

    Quote Originally Posted by wazza300 View Post
    set memory timings manually as 7-7-7-24 command rate 1T,go in bios and select manually and type in the timings,set your qpi voltage to 1.25v for those timings,set your dram voltage to 1.5v....and set system performance enhance to standard,if its still crashing leave all the other voltages alone and click qpi/vtt voltage up one notch a atime in between testing until it becomes stable,dont go above 1.3v for qpi/vtt as you shouldnt need that much
    i'll do it now, thanks!!

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    Default Re: Gigabyte H55M-UD2H ram stability issue

    Quote Originally Posted by Nerevah View Post
    Hello. My problem is quite similar...
    Looks very similar to my case, read back and check whether some of the factors mentioned helps you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nerevah View Post
    Hello. My problem is quite similar.
    Since i bought my new PC i had random blue screens / crashes. Sometimes it works for weeks non-stop with me playing hardcore on it, sometimes it crashes for an infinite number of times after entering windows or even before loading it, ending up to ruining my Windows 7 i have installed on it, for several times.

    Testing my RAMs with OCCT i found that it would always crush at 47%. I tried changing my RAMs with my friend's Corsairs and no change. The only thing that worked was running my system with only 1 RAM module (mine or my friend's). I tested one single RAM module with OCCT (any of the 2 I or my friend have) and the test completed succesfully and no more crushes happened ever since.

    My system components are:

    Mobo: Gigabyte P55-UD4 rev 1;
    RAM: Team Xtreem Low Voltage Overclocking Memory Modules 2x2Gb TXD34096M1866HC8DC-L (DDR III 1866, CL:8-8-8-24, 1.65v);
    CPU: Intel core I5-750;
    HSF: Scythe Mugen;
    GPU: Sapphire 4870 1Gb standard version;
    PSU: Gembird 650v.

    Yes, i have the latest BIOS version (F8) and every single driver is up-to-date.
    Please delete my post if u consider its a different problem.
    please set qpi/vtt voltage manually,try with 1.20000v,then see if it passes occt,if not try one click up on qpi/vtt and re-test keep adding one click at a time but dont go any higher than 1.3000v also set system performance enhance to standard and see if that helps,set cpu voltage to normal setting if your at stock clocks
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    Default Re: Gigabyte H55M-UD2H ram stability issue

    Quote Originally Posted by wazza300 View Post
    set memory timings manually as 7-7-7-24 command rate 1T,go in bios and select manually and type in the timings,set your qpi voltage to 1.25v for those timings,set your dram voltage to 1.5v....and set system performance enhance to standard,if its still crashing leave all the other voltages alone and click qpi/vtt voltage up one notch a atime in between testing until it becomes stable,dont go above 1.3v for qpi/vtt as you shouldnt need that much
    I really appreciate your help, this is fantastic how familiar you are with these things. :) However, these neither solved the problem. System is still unstable when run with 1 stick with 1.5V dram and QPI voltages between 1.25 and 1.30V. When run with 2 sticks, the system starts with continuous beeps until about 15sec then reboots and enters a never ending cycle.
    The continuous beep has been usual when system is set to 1333MHz or 1066MHz, no matter what other options are set.
    User manual says it could be a PSU problem, but then how would someone explain a smooth operation when ram is set to 800MHz.

    Thanks very much again for your time guys!

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    Default Re: Gigabyte H55M-UD2H ram stability issue

    Is this memory 1.5V stock specs?

    Please post a link to this model or image of CPU-z SPD tab

    Multiple fast beeps are often memory, I know in DDR2 this is caused by tRD to low, not sure what it is for DDR3 as I have been unable to reproduce it myself.

    Maybe this kit is not compatible or is faulty? Can you test another kit, or try these on another system?

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    Default Re: Gigabyte H55M-UD2H ram stability issue

    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    Is this memory 1.5V stock specs?
    Please post a link to this model or image of CPU-z SPD tab
    Multiple fast beeps are often memory, I know in DDR2 this is caused by tRD to low, not sure what it is for DDR3 as I have been unable to reproduce it myself.
    Maybe this kit is not compatible or is faulty? Can you test another kit, or try these on another system?
    Here is the SPD. I feel simple incompatibility as I have been doing lot of tests to figure out a solution. I am working on to find a compatible computer nearby to test the modules. I should receive a Kingston QVL-listed memory also in a couple of hours.

    Thanks for your help!

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    Default Re: Gigabyte H55M-UD2H ram stability issue

    Quote Originally Posted by bsound View Post
    Here is the SPD. I feel simple incompatibility as I have been doing lot of tests to figure out a solution. I am working on to find a compatible computer nearby to test the modules. I should receive a Kingston QVL-listed memory also in a couple of hours.
    Thanks for your help!
    I would like to thank everybody for taking the time to solve this issue. I just can't spend any more time on this so I installed a KVR1333D3N9 kit which is slower, but runs smoothly. Thank you all!!

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