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    Default Re: x58a ud3r rev1 cold boot problem

    Ahh well that is likely the problem, you need to be stable before you wont have cold boot issues.

    You need to test with memtest86+, then Prime95 or LinX, ect. You can get all the latest versions of these here
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    If you are unstable I can help you with your BIOS settings, then once you get a bit more stable you shouldn't have cold boot issues.

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    Default Re: x58a ud3r rev1 cold boot problem

    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    Ahh well that is likely the problem, you need to be stable before you wont have cold boot issues.

    You need to test with memtest86+, then Prime95 or LinX, ect. You can get all the latest versions of these here
    http://forums.tweaktown.com/f69/late...y-tools-30530/

    If you are unstable I can help you with your BIOS settings, then once you get a bit more stable you shouldn't have cold boot issues.

    yeah I've tested with memtest before anything else a few days ago. only ran for one cycle though. I'm impatient. and prime95 i ran for roughly 30mins. all stable. I'll try memtest again since I've oc'ed my machine again.

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    Default Re: x58a ud3r rev1 cold boot problem

    Memtest86+ you need to run at least 5-10 passes, and prime95 at least 6-10 hours minimum really, especially since you are having issues.

    Then if you pass that without error you will know your settings are not causing it

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    Default Re: x58a ud3r rev1 cold boot problem

    you could try testing with another hdd installed instead of the wd?? see if problem goes away...thats if you have a spare hdd to try with
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    Quote Originally Posted by wazza300 View Post
    you could try testing with another hdd installed instead of the wd?? see if problem goes away...thats if you have a spare hdd to try with
    nah pretty sure its not the hdd now. it wouldnt post either when i pulled out the hdd. maybe faulty board?

    already ran memtest86. might run prime tomorrow

    hmm... what else could it be

    i oc'ed using your template btw

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    Default Re: x58a ud3r rev1 cold boot problem

    what qpi/vtt voltages did you use? cpu voltage and dram? have you tested hdd from port 0 to port 5? could be faulty sata port? ahh sorry forgot that it does it without hdd plugged in, i would try with a final bios from gigabytes website too just to see if its a beta bios issue,ive seen few bugs with the ud5 bios's lately idk if its the same for your mb

    p.s. another thing to try would be to clear cmos fully by removing mb battery for 30mins or overnight,make note of any oc/bios settings beforehand as it will wipe them,then re-install battery set any bios settings and see if it fixes it
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    Default Re: x58a ud3r rev1 cold boot problem

    Quote Originally Posted by wazza300 View Post
    what qpi/vtt voltages did you use? cpu voltage and dram? have you tested hdd from port 0 to port 5? could be faulty sata port? ahh sorry forgot that it does it without hdd plugged in
    qpi/vtt volt 1.3, cpu volt normal, dram 1.66v

    yeah hdd not plugged in but the sata cable is. maybe try different cable?

    if nothing works then i can always leave native mode disabled. but im a perfectionist :(

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    Default Re: x58a ud3r rev1 cold boot problem

    you could try with 1.3-1.34v for qpi/vtt it might need just a touch more,or try with another sata cable just to eliminate it,does it still do this at stock clocks??? if so then i dont think its due to any oc settings
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    Default Re: x58a ud3r rev1 cold boot problem

    yeah it does do this with stock. tested it a lot before i went back into bios and turned on native. il try different cable and ports

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    Default Re: x58a ud3r rev1 cold boot problem

    SOLVED!! it was faulty sata cable. and the reason why i still had the problem before when i removed the hdd was because my hdd was actually in port 5 and dvd drive in port 0. my mistake.

    thanks to both of you for helping me

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