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    Default Re: GA-EX58-UD5 rev 1.0 & i7 920 (D0) Problem. :(

    Hmm. I had an issue this week in which I was surprised to learn that I needed to increase my IOH Core and QPI PLL above 1.2V. I have set them to 1.26V, in fact. I did this when I realized that my HD 5770 needed more power than I was feeding the PCIE 16. Less than 1.2 did not work.

    So perhaps, you may need to increase the ICH even more.

    Why don't you go ahead and discount the ICH VCore as the cause of your problem by removing the sound card. And see if you can power on your nic by raising your ICH. If it works, then you probably need more than 1.2 ICH VCore...

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    Default Re: GA-EX58-UD5 rev 1.0 & i7 920 (D0) Problem. :(

    Quote Originally Posted by ROSESTEEL View Post
    Hmm. I had an issue this week in which I was surprised to learn that I needed to increase my IOH Core and QPI PLL above 1.2V. I have set them to 1.26V, in fact. I did this when I realized that my HD 5770 needed more power than I was feeding the PCIE 16. Less than 1.2 did not work.

    So perhaps, you may need to increase the ICH even more.

    Why don't you go ahead and discount the ICH VCore as the cause of your problem by removing the sound card. And see if you can power on your nic by raising your ICH. If it works, then you probably need more than 1.2 ICH VCore...
    Just tried this as well but the same result sound card in and out.

    Thanks

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    You could email gigabyte directly stating your problem with that make/model net card and they might send you a custom bios for you to try,seems to me a bios incompatibility as one card works fine and the other doesn't,did the person you bought the mb from ever get the onboard lan to work?
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    Default Re: GA-EX58-UD5 rev 1.0 & i7 920 (D0) Problem. :(

    What cooler are you using for your cpu?

    To be honest, the only time I ever encountered your error message was when I kept screwing up at trying to install my cooler. I kept screwing on my cooler too tightly, causing the tim to be spread away from the center of the chip. The cooler that kept giving me a hard time was the Scythe Mugen II. The chip could run fine without the tim for a while. But over time, memory corruption became inevitable. Still, I was able to run my system fine without the tim coverage for almost a month. It was only when I overclocked that the memory corruption and system failure began.

    On my i7 930, I had to install the cooler three times to get it on right. On my i7 950, I still haven't installed it properly. It's at another place which I won't be able to return to for at least another week. And I'm a bit fearful that I may have fried it.

    You screw it on too loosely, then the temps go crazy real fast. And when you install it too tightly, the tim gets shoved away. It's tough because it's hard for me to tell if I've screw it on too tightly or not. It's very heavy and it's massive. I miss the old push pins on my p35! Ha!

    Anyway, I'm wondering whether you may have the same problem as I did. I realize that I am unusually clumsy at installing coolers. But, who knows... If you think you've installed it on fine, then disregard this comment because I know how tedious the un-installation, cleaning, and re-installation process can be. ^^;

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    Default Re: GA-EX58-UD5 rev 1.0 & i7 920 (D0) Problem. :(

    Quote Originally Posted by wazza300 View Post
    You could email gigabyte directly stating your problem with that make/model net card and they might send you a custom bios for you to try,seems to me a bios incompatibility as one card works fine and the other doesn't,did the person you bought the mb from ever get the onboard lan to work?
    I'm willing to try anything at this point so I will get onto Gigabyte now.

    The person I bought the mb stated that he never had a problem with the LAN ports and that they always worked fine.

    Edit: Just contacted Gigabyte, hopefully will receive a reply Monday or Tuesday next week.
    Last edited by rackers; 02-05-2011 at 09:18 AM.

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    Default Re: GA-EX58-UD5 rev 1.0 & i7 920 (D0) Problem. :(

    have you checked the BIOS F9 system info for LAN address as I mentioned yet, please do?

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    Default Re: GA-EX58-UD5 rev 1.0 & i7 920 (D0) Problem. :(

    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    have you checked the BIOS F9 system info for LAN address as I mentioned yet, please do?
    Hi sorry, I had replied back at post #15 in relation this, after flashing both f12 and f13j then loading optimized defaults when checking the MAC address through pressing F9 both LAN port's show "N/A".


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    Default Re: GA-EX58-UD5 rev 1.0 & i7 920 (D0) Problem. :(

    Thank you, I guess I overlooked it, sorry!

    So after than, did you then try flashing again making sure to check "Clear DMI Data"? If so, then something is wrong with the onboard LAN Chip, a MAC Address should automatically be assigned.

    You may need to RMA the board, or use a USB or PCI LAN if you do not want to RMA. I use USB one and a PCI one sometimes too, both work fine.

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    Default Re: GA-EX58-UD5 rev 1.0 & i7 920 (D0) Problem. :(

    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    Thank you, I guess I overlooked it, sorry!

    So after than, did you then try flashing again making sure to check "Clear DMI Data"? If so, then something is wrong with the onboard LAN Chip, a MAC Address should automatically be assigned.

    You may need to RMA the board, or use a USB or PCI LAN if you do not want to RMA. I use USB one and a PCI one sometimes too, both work fine.
    I did indeed, looks like I'm gonna have to go the root of USB or trying another PCI-Express card unless Gigabyte come up with a magical solution!

    Thanks for all your help, at least now I know that the onboard chips are gone!

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    Default Re: GA-EX58-UD5 rev 1.0 & i7 920 (D0) Problem. :(

    USB or PCI/PCIE network card would be easy, there are many cheap ones especially USB.

    You could RMA, they would either fix the chip or force flash the BIOS using a tool that would reset the MAC addresses.

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