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    Default Re: P67A-UD5 issue! "The system has experienced boot failures because of overclocking

    Ahh ok, ya it shouldn't happen in short periods, but sometimes long periods like 12+ hours or longer it might happen. How long are you unplugging for your tests anyway?

    Since it's happening in short periods it could just be a BIOS bug, if so hopefully they will fix it soon.

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    Default Re: P67A-UD5 issue! "The system has experienced boot failures because of overclocking

    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    Ahh ok, ya it shouldn't happen in short periods, but sometimes long periods like 12+ hours or longer it might happen. How long are you unplugging for your tests anyway?

    Since it's happening in short periods it could just be a BIOS bug, if so hopefully they will fix it soon.
    Thank you Lsdmeasap! It's happening in short periods. If I turn the power off and imediatly plug the cable and reboot this screen apears:

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    Default Re: P67A-UD5 issue! "The system has experienced boot failures because of overclocking

    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    Ahh ok, ya it shouldn't happen in short periods, but sometimes long periods like 12+ hours or longer it might happen. How long are you unplugging for your tests anyway?

    Since it's happening in short periods it could just be a BIOS bug, if so hopefully they will fix it soon.
    They release the F7 BIOS version. But lot of things changed. LIke Load Line Calibration in so many levels and other things. I update to F7 but i have BSOD´s in a short period. With 6 BIOS I run Linx...I run Prime...I play games for a long long time and I dont have any BSOD. SO i downgrade to F6 again.

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    Default Re: P67A-UD5 issue! "The system has experienced boot failures because of overclocking

    Hmm, well did you do any tests at stock in regards to your unplugging the board issue with F7 BIOS?

    It would be the better BIOS to you, you just need to tweak your settings again to get stable like you had on F6, you wont be able to use the same settings.

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    Default Re: P67A-UD5 issue! "The system has experienced boot failures because of overclocking

    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    Hmm, well did you do any tests at stock in regards to your unplugging the board issue with F7 BIOS?

    It would be the better BIOS to you, you just need to tweak your settings again to get stable like you had on F6, you wont be able to use the same settings.
    The Load Line Calibration on F7 BIOS have many LEVELS. The F6 BIOs have only 3. Auto..Level 1 and level 2. If I update to F7 do you know what level I have to put onLoad line calibration ????

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    Default Re: P67A-UD5 issue! "The system has experienced boot failures because of overclocking

    Ohh, that BIOS. Try the latest beta instead then, or is it many levels too?

    Last time I looked levels 4-6 looked about as good as old Level 1 to me, so I'd try those

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    Default Re: P67A-UD5 issue! "The system has experienced boot failures because of overclocking

    Look like I have i have the same issue with you. But it worse because It become restart loop after restarting Pc by windows
    then I have to remove 1 stick of RAM to stop that symtom and back to BIOS again and showing up the same message as you got.
    personally I would think something is not stable. might be voltage or something i'm not sure
    for my Rig is
    2500K / P67A UD3P (B3) / Gskill 1600 MHZ 4 GB (9-9-9-24) /GTX430
    my Oc is to 4.5 GHZ right now it Stable when in every day use (I hv test with Prime95 1 HR)
    Currently I change BIOS to F3 from F2 and adjust 2 things
    QPI/VTT is change from default(1.05) to 1.000
    CPU PLL is change from default(1.80) to 1.66
    that's help my issue a lot but not 100% stop restart loop
    sometime it'll occur randomly. but rarely occur.
    But right now time passing 4 days and not have any restart loop and back to default yet.:)
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    Default Re: P67A-UD5 issue! "The system has experienced boot failures because of overclocking

    1 hour prime is not enough to say anything is stable, if you want to only use one hour that may be ok I suppose, but you should definitely also test for stability with other apps as well if you limit prime to one hour.

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    Default Re: P67A-UD5 issue! "The system has experienced boot failures because of overclocking

    Ive found that bios F3g works the best for the UD5-b3 ended all my OC failure errors /reboot cycling it can be found in the http://forums.tweaktown.com/gigabyte/28441-gigabyte-latest-beta-bios-3.html#post270423



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    Default Re: P67A-UD5 issue! "The system has experienced boot failures because of overclocking

    I believe many people agree with using that BIOS too, I see it mentioned often so it may be the best for UD5

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