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    Default Re: x58A-UD3R Rev2 FB problems

    Haven't tried the Corsair ram yet.

    My most recent BSOD:
    Stop: 0x00000050 = requested data not in memory/ invalid system memory address/ defective memory or incompatible software

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    Default Re: x58A-UD3R Rev2 FB problems

    0x00000050 << Incorrect memory timing/freq or uncore multi

    If you know the timmings are correct for that speed and you are using the correct uncore multi up qpi/vtt one notch or 2 others correct the timings/uncore multi
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    Default Re: x58A-UD3R Rev2 FB problems

    Can you repeat that...I don't understand exactly what you mean...

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    Default Re: x58A-UD3R Rev2 FB problems

    0x00000050 that error means your memory timing/freq or uncore multi are set incorrectly. example your ram is rated @ 1600 @ 9-9-9-24. if you have set ram at 1600 @ 8-8-8-24. if you set ram at 1800 @9-9-9-24 or if you are using 8x memory multi with a 14x uncore you could get this error.

    If you know the timings are correct for that speed and you are using the correct uncore multi. Try upping qpi/vtt one notch or 2 other wise correct the timings/ram frequency or uncore multi

    But like said before this ram may not work in this system and could be the cause of all these errors.
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    Default Re: x58A-UD3R Rev2 FB problems

    Quote Originally Posted by hello people View Post
    Allow me to summarise:

    Well...that is about at...can you please have a look...and if there is any other info you need or you think would be helpful, let me know

    thanks very much :P
    I have a similar system and had teething problems too. I don't know if I can help you, but let me tell you what I finally did that worked. Maybe you've done this already.

    When you update the BIOS, be sure to ENABLE loading CMOS defaults. I update only using Qflash Utility.

    I basically use all default BIOS settings, including voltages (AUTO, AUTO, AUTO, ETC.). In order to get my memory to run at 1600, I use enable Extreme Memory Profile (X.M.P.) which is the first setting on the Advanced Memory Page.

    I'm not overclocking otherwise, but I have used Gigabyte's EasyTune6 (ET6), and this memory has run successfully (memtest86+) at over 1900, but things get warm, and I don't like that, so I am back at base speed for my i7-930.

    My memory is Mushkin Enhanced Redline 6GB (3 x 2GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1600 (PC3 12800) Desktop Memory Model 998805, and I did have one bad stick at first.

    Godd luck!

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    Default Re: x58A-UD3R Rev2 FB problems

    Ladies and gentlemen...boys and girls...I would like to announce...

    SUCCESS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Ok...I'm just joking about my excitement levels....but I can report as follows:

    - My first cold boot total success in over a week.

    How did it happen?

    - I took out the old ADATA ram (which didn't feature XMP)
    - I installed new 1600 Corsair Ram...which DOES support XMP
    - I set XMP in BIOS to profile 1...

    done like a dinner

    I am not considering myself out of the woods yet...I will be closely monitoring what goes on. But this is the best news I've had all week. My PC issues have been sucking my will to live!

    All measurements are reading at spec. Everything appears normal.

    I'd like to thank everyone for their help...and well...what can say...ram with no XMP feature is dangerous to configure for x58/ i7 rigs.

    I'll keep you all posted.

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    Default Re: x58A-UD3R Rev2 FB problems

    No XMP ram is fine and perfectly safe to use.

    The thing that probably really helped you most is getting memory designed for X58/P55 chipsets, that was meant to run at 1.65V.

    Nice to see you are having much better luck now!

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    Default Re: x58A-UD3R Rev2 FB problems

    Ahhh right....of all the ram in the world I could have chosen...I chose one module set that didn't like x58 chipsets so well.

    Did you know initially on my RAM buy list I had some Mushkin modules....they were guaranteed to work with my hardware. But I asked a friend here in Hong Kong (I'm from Australia, working in HK) to have a look at my proposed rig. He right away crossed out the Mushkin ram and told me he would find a replacement module set. He suggested the ADATA I have been struggling with. Mushkin ram is not common in HK. ADATA is everywhere.

    It's not his fault. So when you think about it my rig was sabotaged from day 1. It was a tragedy waiting to happen...like the Titanic.

    Anyway....I don't consider myself in the clear stability wise. I'll keep my on on things and see how it goes.

    thanks again everyone

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    Default Re: x58A-UD3R Rev2 FB problems

    I've got the same issue - so XMP Corsair i7 1600 RAM is the way forward?

    I bought my OCZ 2000 RAM because it WAS on the gigabyte supported list and now it's been removed! Anyone got an ideas of what I should do, is there any recourse with Gigabyte for the fact that they've changed their mind on what is supported RAM? I'm now toying with the idea of forking out 145 on the Corsair RAM to have done with it.

    What model number was it? TR3X6G1600C8D? It does look like a better set of RAM than mine - lower CAS rating and XMP profile? Someone should be warning people of 2000Mhz RAM as I've only ever been able to get it working at 1600Mhz.

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    Default Re: x58A-UD3R Rev2 FB problems

    I suppose Gigabyte couldn't be held accountable about the ram that was, but is not now on their list. Even though it sounds like they should be. Could yuo imagine trying to get Gigabyte to reimburse you for the ram? You'd have a red tape nightmare. I'm gonna sell my ADATA ram...someone might want it.

    Corsair...my ram...is probably not the answer...just by name. I think what has ended up working for me is the fact that my ADATA ram just did not comply with x58 boards. It had no XMP...and voltages from 1.55-1.75...it just wasn't the right ram for my hardware.

    The model number was CMX6GX3MC1600C7

    2000mhz ram....as far as I can tell is pretty much a gimmick (geez 1600 probably is too) at this stage of the game...it's s big number and it sounds good...but with the hardware...you might need some serious tweaking. Who knows what the Gigabyte tech did to get 2000 sticks to work in the board. Does the Gigabyte list even specify that 2000 (or any speed for that matter) modules will run at spec...or just that they 'will run'.

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