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    Default Re: Dead GA-890FXA-UD5?

    zeddd1abl0


    what was the speed your ram was running at?


    Never mind I found the problem
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    Default Re: Dead GA-890FXA-UD5?

    did you check the psu?


    now I am sure is my PSU, I got a few boots with my old computer but it did freeze up, and then didn't even get to the bios.

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    Default Re: Dead GA-890FXA-UD5?

    Yeah. 3 different PSUs, all of which work perfectly with the other PCs I've used. 800MHz and 1333MHz RAM (1333 defaults to 1066MHz, but I've tried both speeds). 3 different video cards, 2 ATI 1 Nvidia. No HDD. No DVD. 2 different processors (both Phenom II X2 555BE). And all the combos.

    Edit: I think it's gunna be a voltage regulator. I just have this feeling.

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    Default Re: Dead GA-890FXA-UD5?

    as for me, the other computer will freeze up and then didn't post to bios, then is the psu, I have no doubt now


    actually I request the RMA for the psu yesterday, but I won't hear from them until tomorrow



    besides that I was having the problem with not been able to change the voltage for the CPU under the bios on the GA-890FXA-UD5, but don't know if is exactly related to this problem too

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    Default Re: Dead GA-890FXA-UD5?

    So, I've spent the weekend dealing with this same crap and have been reading your posts for good ideas. I just posted about where I'm at with my set up on the gigabyte boards, but seeing as how you guys are having the same discussion here I thought I'd cross post. (not sure about the etiquette of that, so sorry if it's a no-no).

    One common thread we've seem to found is that we're all using corsair psus.

    Below is my post. That thread is at: GA-890FXA-UD5: No post (power error)
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    So, I've been getting the exact same thing. Well, I am now. I got all the parts for my new machine about two weeks ago. I went with:

    GA-890FXA-UD5 R (v2.0)
    Phenom II 1090 (OEM)
    This memory: OCZ3RPR1333C9LV8GK Newegg.com - OCZ Reaper Edition 8GB (2 x 4GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1333 (PC3 10666) Desktop Memory Model OCZ3RPR1333C9LV8GK
    Sapphire HD5830 RT
    and a crucial 128gig RealSSD.

    and... drum roll please: CORSAIR HX Series CMPSU-750HX 750W Newegg.com - CORSAIR HX Series CMPSU-750HX 750W ATX12V 2.3 / EPS12V 2.91 SLI Ready CrossFire Ready 80 PLUS SILVER Certified Modular Active PFC Power Supply

    So it was up and running for a few days, though it would BSOD a few times a day and I was trying to figure out what was causing that. I upgraded to f4 bios just fine. Rebooted and everything.

    I had played around a little with overclocking using AMD Overdrive and I decided to just restore it to the default config (which I had been running mainly anyway). So I went into overdrive and clicked reset default settings. And my screens went blank. Computer turned off.

    Tried to reboot, no beeps, lights fans went on for a second then off. I took everything out of the case, unhooked everything but the proc, could not get it to beep let alone post. Fans would come on, lights, but no beep.

    So, it has to be either the proc or the MB right? I bought the proc at superbiz (which was stupid, should have just got a retail one) and the board at newegg. Anyway today I took it into fry's to see if they could tell me which was busted so I could replace the part. The service guy was actually pretty awesome and nice to help me out, but he did. He ran my board with his proc and it worked. Got video and everything. He ran my proc on his board and it was dead.

    Ok, fine. This shouldn't have happened but I'm a big boy, I read the giant screaming warnings on the screen and clicked ok. I can accept that I fried a proc. So I'm at fry's, might as well buy another 1090.

    Take it home, set it up, it beeps. I get the same 11 beeps, pause, 11 beeps. but no video. I tried this with my 5830, and an old 4650 from multiple slots. I tried it with memory, without memory, one dimm, two dimms, all the memory slots, etc. 11 beeps.

    The manual for the mb says "continuous short beeping" is a power problem. This isn't quite continuous, but it doesn't mention 11 anywhere. Anyway, my old machine is a dell core2 machine and I can't use the powersupply from that because it's only 300w and only has a fourpin for the cpu power. So I do it the other way and run it off of my corsair which works fine.

    So, now I'm really not sure what to rma? Is it the psu? The super duper nuclear bomb proof, comes in a freaking VELVET BAG psu that cost me a $300 proc? Should I RMA the memory? My old box is DDR2 so I can't test it. And fry's is a bit far, and they already really went above and beyond helping me once with suff I didn't buy there.

    It really does seem like this motherboard, proc and PSU simply do not play well together.

    What do you guys think I should do?

    Oh, I was also wondering about that whole short beep long beep being subjective, because long beeps are a bios issue right? So I've posted video for anyone to see.
    YouTube - Broadcast Yourself.

    Ok, this has now eaten my entire weekend. I'm going to bed.

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    Default Re: Dead GA-890FXA-UD5?

    Hey Lazlo, great summary.

    I have the exact same beeping, but my power supply is a Coolermaster Extreme, not a Corsair (I wish). I also can't see why it would go wrong. You've had the exact same experience as me. Were the blue screens System Service Exceptions?

    I doubt its your power supply, as Corsair have always been good to me (brought 6 so far last year). The RAM I doubt because 1 stick might be bad, 2 sticks is rare and to kill both sticks after time, not straight away is pretty rare. If you don't mind, check the voltage regulators under the heatsink beside the socket. I have a growing suspicion that they may be the problem.

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    have you both tried fully clearing the cmos by removing the mb battery and leaving atleast overnight? then put back in and try,checked for shorts by setting up on wooden table or cardboard box outside of the case? checked all wiring/sata cables ect??? carfully inspected the cpu socket or chip for any bent pins? take care not to overtighten any cpu heatsink
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    Default Re: Dead GA-890FXA-UD5?

    zed: Some of them were, not all. I don't really remember all the different ones I got. I ran memtest and it came up clean. (at the time, obviously I can't run anything now).

    I'm not sure where you are talking about for the voltage regulators, are they under one of the blue heat sinks? Are those even removable?

    waz: I've tried all of those things. Right now it's just on cardboard and I've been trying without any drives of periphs attached.

    I reset the cmos using the button, the jumpers and leaving the bat out for a few hours. Not overnight though.

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    try overnight with battery out,sometimes it needs that to fully clear it,tried with only one stick of ram installed? dunno what the right slot will be on that board though usually first white slot from cpu socket
    Gigabyte z77x UP4-TH F11c Modded Bios
    Intel i7 3770k 24/7@4.8ghz 1.38v Turbo llc +0.165v dvid multithreading enabled
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    Thermalright Silver Arrow Cpu Cooler
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    Xfx Pro 750w silver rated Psu 80+
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    Default Re: Dead GA-890FXA-UD5?

    Please send in a report on this issue, with a link to your videos and ask them to listen to the beeps and tell you what they think it is.
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    It's not the normal 23 fast beeps I am used to hearing with memory timings related issues, or power issues. They are not long beeps either, also not as fast as a normal short beep neither, so that is why I asked for you to ask them directly.

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