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    Default X58A-UD7 sometimes OC fail at post

    I have a problem started maybe someone can help me.
    I had my system for 4 months now and it has been running @ 4ghz from first day without any problems, all stability tests passed fine.
    Then my problem started, sometimes on cold boot, it will give me fail boot error press any key to continue, I just press DEL and save and exit and it boots fine. I retest everything again and all passed fine, and no any problem in windows.
    I don't know why this issue started. I remember the only thing I changed was to disable "spread spectrum" this is the latest setting I changed lately and post error began to happen after I changed this value from default setting. I could be wrong but I set it back to default now and PC has been posting fine for now. Could be that spread spectrum causing this post OC fail error? Or my OC settings are really unstable even if it passed 12h prime95 and 30 LinX on max memory and 4 hours memtest and gaming most time?
    I don't have any USB keyboards.

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    Default Re: X58A-UD7 sometimes OC fail at post

    if anything it should be better with it disabled,what qpi/vtt and cpu voltages are you running? have you updated to the latest bios?
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    Default Re: X58A-UD7 sometimes OC fail at post

    Quote Originally Posted by wazza300 View Post
    if anything it should be better with it disabled,what qpi/vtt and cpu voltages are you running? have you updated to the latest bios?
    I was running QPI/VTT @ 1.275v and it passed all tests fine at this voltage, I just increased it 1 notch to 1.295v just to check if it will help or not.
    CPU @ 1.27500v bios with LLC level 1.
    Yes I 'm using the latest bios.
    Last edited by kasperg; 09-04-2010 at 05:38 AM.

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    Default Re: X58A-UD7 sometimes OC fail at post

    Spread Spectrum shouldn't mess up anything like that.

    Are you still having issues? If so can you please post your full specs and current settings in a template from my signature.

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    Default Re: X58A-UD7 sometimes OC fail at post

    thank you all!
    till now it didn't happen again, I also noticed the USB keyboard was enabled by default and my keyboard is PS2 so I also disabled it before I opened this thread.

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