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    Default Re: GA-EX58-UD5 POST C1 Boot Cycle

    Can you borrow another CPU from anyone, and PSU?

    It could be either of those and not the board itself causing this, I've noted LED Code 11 means an overclock failed/Reset automatically or manually invoked, and on the next reboot it should boot from defaults.

    So it may not be the board, it would be great if you were able to find some other hardware you could test things with, any friends with X58?

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    Default Re: GA-EX58-UD5 POST C1 Boot Cycle

    Unfortunately nobody I know has a core i7 or uses gigabyte motherboards, that I could get easy access to anyway. =(

    The only spare parts I do have laying around are from builds at least 5+ years old and none of them are compatible with this board.

    I did get in touch with Gigabyte's support and Corsair, in case it is the ram.
    This is the response I got from Gigabyte when asking about the dual bios and getting it to initiate: "All hardware are PnP and should be auto detection by default."

    Is it possible that the board really is fine and the POST issues are memory related? If I remove the ram it doesn't reboot after several seconds, it just stops at C1. With the ram in it POSTs C1 and then reboots 4-5 seconds later.
    I was getting barked at in the BIOS about the voltages after choosing the XMP Profile1 before I went and flashed to F12.
    Maybe it's just coincidence that I flashed the BIOS and the ram was on it's way out at the same time.
    (Although the ram did pass a memtest ran early that day)
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    Default Re: GA-EX58-UD5 POST C1 Boot Cycle

    have you tried with just one stick in the first white ram slot from cpu socket? c1 could be the ram or cpu's memory controller,checked for bent cpu socket pins?

    removed the mb battery to fully clear the cmos???
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    Default Re: GA-EX58-UD5 POST C1 Boot Cycle

    Yup, have used the I/O panel CMOS switch, also left the battery out overnight.
    I have tried all 6 sticks of ram in all the slots individually.
    There are no bent pins on the cpu, or at least none bent enough for me to notice with the naked eye.

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    Default Re: GA-EX58-UD5 POST C1 Boot Cycle

    Please take a picture of your CPU socket so we can look.

    Please do so in a well lit room, with no flash. Set the camera to Macro mode, and take a few images from different angles.

    That way we can rule this out as part of the problem, it's very unlikely that all your memory died at once. Can you take your memory to a friends to test, I'm sure it's not all dead though so this is probably nothing to think twice about.

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    Default Re: GA-EX58-UD5 POST C1 Boot Cycle

    Here's a link to an archive with a bunch of raw shots. Some are a little blurry but you can see all the pins.
    Let me know if you want more of different angles or if they're too blurry.

    cpu_socket.rar
    (32MB)

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    Default Re: GA-EX58-UD5 POST C1 Boot Cycle

    Socket looks fine to me, thanks for the pics!

    So put your CPU back in there or the cover on so nothing happens to it.

    Next up would be to test with another PSU if you can, and memory when you can.

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