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    Default Re: P55A-UD4 Freezes, Crashes, Reboots

    Sounds very much like my problem http://forums.tweaktown.com/f69/p55-...problem-36851/, just mine is the UD4. Still no luck with that btw. I 'll keep an eye on this thread to see if something comes up.

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    Thanks for clarifying that Wazza.

    LSDmeup, have just pulled the RAM back from the 2nd machine that has been running non stop with no issues for 72ish hours. So back in the main rig and had multiple freezes upon the windows login screen.

    When you say disable the XMP - what part of the BIOS is this? And does this include following the steps that Wazza has suggested further up?

    "adjust the spd ram multiplier to give you 1600mhz speed,set dram voltage to 1.5v and qpi/vtt needs to be raised to 1.2v as 1.1v isnt enough"

    If you could break it down a tad so I can follow along without making an error that would be much appreciated.


    Gregmits, have you been through the ordeal of adjusting the memory settings? Tried anything else? I'm kind of suspecting it may not be my memory due to be able to run my second machine issue free with the same sticks.

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    ^^^yellow marker set to disabled,black marker set to manual and there will be a list of numbers,raise it untill it gives you your ram speed 1333/1600mhz ect,red marker set to enabled,green marker go in channel A and B then you can enter the ram timings marked out below,type the timings in on the side of your module



    ^^^ with spd timings enabled you will be able to enter channel A and B and enter the timings in the yellow marker box



    ^^^yellow marker set to 1.2000v
    red marker set according to your ram either 1.5v or 1.66v
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    Perfect, thanks mate.

    Will give these a go. Have returned home and the PC has not frozen since i've been gone.

    Very intermittent issues this one.

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    its probably not enough qpi/vtt that causes the freezing
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    Default Re: P55A-UD4 Freezes, Crashes, Reboots

    I agree, try more QPI/Vtt and see how that goes, set dram voltage to 1.66 if your ram is rated to 1.65V

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    Quote Originally Posted by wazza300 View Post


    ^^^yellow marker set to disabled,black marker set to manual and there will be a list of numbers,raise it untill it gives you your ram speed 1333/1600mhz ect,red marker set to enabled,green marker go in channel A and B then you can enter the ram timings marked out below,type the timings in on the side of your module
    Was unable to get Memory Frequency(Mhaz) to 1600 if XMP was disabled - am only able to get 1600 when the only other option "Profile1" is selected.

    DRAM Timing Selectable (SPD) I was able to chose Quick and Expert

    Quote Originally Posted by wazza300 View Post


    ^^^yellow marker set to 1.2000v
    red marker set according to your ram either 1.5v or 1.66v
    Here I was unable to get the QPI/Vtt Voltage to 1.200V - no matter what I selected in the options.

    DRAM Voltage was the same, if anything other than [Auto] was selected it would default to 1.050V.


    Any further suggestions?

    Also I noticed via some of the displays in the settings that when these settings were changed the CPU temp seemed to jump 10 - 20 degrees
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    temp shouldnt rise that much,did you press f10 to save the settings then exit? maksure you select 1.2v for qpi/vtt or slightly lower,and 1.5 or 1.66 for dram according to your ram
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    Cool thanks, will have another play tonight.

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    Default Re: P55A-UD4 Freezes, Crashes, Reboots

    1600Mhz can be set without XMP, you just need to use the right Bclk and Memory multi, if stock Bclk 133 you use memory multi x12 for 1600Mhz

    And you can change all those settings you said you couldn't, not sure if this is possible with XMP enabled or not as I suggest against using it.

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