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Thread: Gigabyte EX-58 UD3R (rev. 1.6) random reboot without bsod




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    Default Re: Gigabyte EX-58 UD3R (rev. 1.6) random reboot without bsod

    What your opinion about defrag reboot?
    This is vista problem or hardware?

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    Default Re: Gigabyte EX-58 UD3R (rev. 1.6) random reboot without bsod

    Hardware for sure.

    Its either a problem with A) your memory or B)the memory controller on your cpu.

    What happens when you set everything to stock?

    Also, afaik, when messing with memory related settings, you should set Performance Enhance to "Standard"
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    Default Re: Gigabyte EX-58 UD3R (rev. 1.6) random reboot without bsod

    Stock? Original settings or what?

    I tried the original settings and standard mode but not solve the problem... I afraid of a failty hardware:(
    The memory is good ( I tested them), i think it's the cpu... What is the memory controller on cpu? how to set it?
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    set all your advanced memory settings to auto,i would only set the normal timings and voltages,update the intel inf drivers too,what brand of hdd are you using and what ports are they plugged into?? whats current qpi/vtt voltage?
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    Default Re: Gigabyte EX-58 UD3R (rev. 1.6) random reboot without bsod

    From the main screen, select "Load optimized defaults" and restart your computer, then see if it happens.

    Make sure you re-enable any RAID configuration if you have it though, but yes, it does sound like faulty hardware
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    Default Re: Gigabyte EX-58 UD3R (rev. 1.6) random reboot without bsod

    try defferent psu and try occt software for stress test if that not help mybe you have faulty cpu or memory but i recommanded to give me your whole bios setting
    but i read alot of forums talked about rebooting caused by high temparature mybe your cpu doesnt set propbly "or pin bent" or the heatsink of the chipset

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    Default Re: Gigabyte EX-58 UD3R (rev. 1.6) random reboot without bsod

    A good test to stress memory and the memory controller is Large FFTs in Prime 95 with the following custom settings:
    4. Prime95 (Custom - Duration : 4 Hours) - Equivalent to Large FFTs
    -Min. FFT size (in K) : 4096k
    -Max FFT size : 4096k
    -Memory to use (in MB) : Max available in OS -100 MB
    For "Memory to use" - unload all your programs and such, make sure you have around 20% free memory, and set to 5000MB (~5GB)
    If it reboots, either your uncore/qpi is unstable or your memory is bad.
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    Default Re: Gigabyte EX-58 UD3R (rev. 1.6) random reboot without bsod

    Quote Originally Posted by gasan View Post
    try defferent psu and try occt software for stress test if that not help mybe you have faulty cpu or memory but i recommanded to give me your whole bios setting
    but i read alot of forums talked about rebooting caused by high temparature mybe your cpu doesnt set propbly "or pin bent" or the heatsink of the chipset
    In addition to that, what are your idle/load temps btw? try removing the cpu and make sure it doesnt have any burn marks on the contacts. A reseat may help as well. Reseat your memory too.
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    Default Re: Gigabyte EX-58 UD3R (rev. 1.6) random reboot without bsod

    the uncore shoud be 2x of memory multiplier and try the qpi at 1.1 or 1.2 - 1.3

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    Default Re: Gigabyte EX-58 UD3R (rev. 1.6) random reboot without bsod

    Thanks I will try this settings.

    I have western digital 1 tb hdd in IDE mode, SATA connection.

    This computer is 1/2 years old, and it makes this reboot in the first times too.

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