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    Default Re: GA-P67A-UD4-B3 Problems

    Nice to hear you've had some progress now! This is with the original memory right?

    You can and should use 1T, it will be fine and probably not need any further adjustments. Once you get into tweaking and testing again, try 7-10-7-24/26 and see if you can get that going.

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    Default Re: GA-P67A-UD4-B3 Problems

    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    This is with the original memory right?
    Yep - sure is. The Corsair Dominator GT DDR3-2000MHz CL8 2x2GB. Running it at 2133MHz makes it far better value than at 1866MHz! I've decided not to replace it.

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    Default Re: GA-P67A-UD4-B3 Problems

    Cool man, I knew they could do it!

    Good luck with the further tweaking and testing, let us know if you need help trying 7-10-7

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    Default Re: GA-P67A-UD4-B3 Problems

    Hi Guys,

    Just a quick one (hopefully)... I ran memtest86+ 4.20 for a few hours last night and got a bunch of errors (126 to be exact) all at once in test#5. This only occurred in 1 of about 7 passes; i.e. the other 6 were perfectly clean. Should I be concerned about this? I read somewhere that test#5 errors are usually related to VDimm?

    Current settings are 2133MHz 8-10-8-24-1T. 1.66VDIMM / 1.14VTT.

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    Default Re: GA-P67A-UD4-B3 Problems

    Test 5 and 7 are really stressful and produce a lot of heat, so it could be heat related or you need a bump in voltage to either QPI/Vtt possibly, or maybe ram voltage but I'd try QPI first.

    Then again since these are lower binned sticks, maybe try 1.68 ram first and see if that fixes it, if not go back and try QPI or PCH

    You can run test 5 by itself if you want it to error quicker, if it's going to anyway.

    Here's how to run single test numbers only

    1. First press C

    2. then 1

    3. then 3

    4. and finally select the test # that you want to run

    5. press Enter

    6. and then 0 to get it running

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    Default Re: GA-P67A-UD4-B3 Problems

    Hi Lsdmeasap,

    Thanks for the info... I had already considered running just test 5 for a bit, but didn't have the opportunity until last night. I ran it for several hours (about 200 passes) and no failures... this is with VDimm at 1.68V. Case temperature remains cool and memory isn't getting hot at all.

    In fact, despite those original failures, I've had no stability issues whatsoever!

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    Default Re: GA-P67A-UD4-B3 Problems

    Hi all, nice forum first of all!

    second of all, my pc specifications:

    Motherboard: GA-P67A-UD4-B3
    RAM: 4x Corsair XMS3 4gb
    CPU: Intel i5 2500k + Corsair H70 cooling system
    Graphic card: Nvidia GTX480
    2 storage hard disks and a system ssd Corsair F80 disk
    Power: Seasonic 750W

    well I have a problem with this motherboard allso...

    so I'm having some RAM issuses,...
    so I have this ram: 4x XMS3

    and my computer is randomly freezing when idle or when at full performance + it happens approximately twice a day after a few hours of work, but freezing so hard that keyboard, mouse... they all go off power and stuff + sound starts to be freaky and loud and 8-bit...

    when I removed 2 RAM's out, everything was fine, plugged one more in (3/4), everything fine, I plug in the fourth, computer starts freezing, I tried to switch that fourth with some of other 3, same problem, I thought that RAM had problems, but RAM is ok...

    I flashed my bios to final update, and I have my CPU overclocked with motherboard's software preset overclock, so no home made overclocking...


    and a few words of what I tried else to fix the problem but failed:
    - tried restoring bios to factory state
    - changed cooling in the case
    - went to pc service where I bought my motherboard, ram and processor, and they had my pc for 6-7 days and they said that it has no problem and that it didn't crashed one single time, when I got it home BAM! 2 crashes in a night... so I assume that they lied and did not know how to fix the problem
    - I also thought that it's something at my home, so I took my pc to my work... and it crashed there also...

    conclusion... the only thing when computer is stabile is when it has 3/4 RAM's installed...

    help!!
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    Flame,what dram and qpi/vtt voltage are you using?
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    Default Re: GA-P67A-UD4-B3 Problems

    hi wazza and thanks for answering...

    huh I don't know?... where can I see that information?

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    Default Re: GA-P67A-UD4-B3 Problems

    In the BIOS or with easytune, sounds like you probably need to increase your memory voltage (If not already at spec), or increase your Vtt voltage

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