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

    Hey guys. Iīm Brazilian and i dont speak english very well but i will try ok? Need your help!

    My rig is:

    i7 2600k
    GA P67A-UD5
    8GB Corsair Vengeance 8-8-8-24 (model CMZ8GX3M2A1600C8)
    Corsair 75w TX
    HD 5870
    Noctua NH-U12p SE2

    Im using the F6 BIOS from gigabyte. I dont have any problems with the overclock. I overclock the CPU to 4.2Ghz and i dont have BSODīs. The over is rock solid but when I turn the power OFF or when I clean my PC...the BIOS show this message:


    "The system has experienced boot failures because of overclocking or changes of voltages. Last settings in this page may not coincide with current H/W states."


    After that..the system return to STOCK !!! That happen 3 times already! I dont know why this is happenning. My overclock is stable...my memory modules are OK.(already did Memtest with NO ERRORS). But the system always return to stock when i turn off the power of power supply. Can you guys please Help me???

    PS1.: I try to use the new BIOS (F7) from the website but I get a lot of BSODīs with it and i come back to the F6 BIOS.
    Ps2.: I already put a new Lithium battery on the motherboard.(dont work)
    Ps3.: I already make the BIOS SWAP...pressing CTRL + F12 to put the F6 BIOS instead F2. (dont work)


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

    You have 8gb of memory? What qpi/vtt voltage are you using? I would try again with f7 bios but you might need more voltage to get it stable
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    Default Re: P67A-UD5 issue! "The system has experienced boot failures because of overclocking

    Quote Originally Posted by wazza300 View Post
    You have 8gb of memory? What qpi/vtt voltage are you using? I would try again with f7 bios but you might need more voltage to get it stable
    Iīm using 1.5v of vDimm And the QPI on stock values. This is the voltage of the specs of this memory kit (Corsair Vengeance 1600MHZ Cas 8 1.5v).

    I just set the timings manually to 8-8-8-24 and nothing more. I dont overclock the memories exactly to get NO BSODīs and things like this!

    Sorry for my bad english but..this is a memory trouble??? Only the memory can cause this issue or something else can cause this too???

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

    No the memory is fine but I need to know what auto is using for qpi/vtt voltage,if it isn't enough it will cause bsod

    See what qpi/vtt voltage is then manually set it to the same amount and add one or two clicks more and re test,
    Gigabyte z77x UP4-TH F11c Modded Bios
    Intel i7 3770k 24/7@4.8ghz 1.38v Turbo llc +0.165v dvid multithreading enabled
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    Thermalright Silver Arrow Cpu Cooler
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    Logitech X-530 5.1 Speakers
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    Default Re: P67A-UD5 issue! "The system has experienced boot failures because of overclocking

    Quote Originally Posted by wazza300 View Post
    No the memory is fine but I need to know what auto is using for qpi/vtt voltage,if it isn't enough it will cause bsod

    See what qpi/vtt voltage is then manually set it to the same amount and add one or two clicks more and re test,
    Memory Voltage 1.534v

    QPI/VTT 1.05v

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

    Ok add two clicks more than 1.05v,try with 1.15v and test
    Gigabyte z77x UP4-TH F11c Modded Bios
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    Samsung Green(MV-3V4G3D/US) 8GB @2133mhz 9-10-10-21-1t 1.55v
    Thermalright Silver Arrow Cpu Cooler
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    1xSamsung f4 HD204UI 2tb hard drive Storage
    Powercolor 7970 3gb V3 @1150mhz core/1700mhz mem,1.150v Accelero aftermarket air cooler 55c max
    Razer Lycosa Keyboard
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    K-World Hybrid DVB-T 210SE Digital T.V Card
    L.G E2260V L.E.D 1920x1080 Monitor
    Xfx Pro 750w silver rated Psu 80+
    Fractal Arc Midi Case

    http://i38.tinypic.com/14myvfa.jpg x58 ud5 <=3.8ghz + 4.2ghz Overclock Template!!
    http://www.youtube.com/user/warren304#p/u Visit Me On Youtube

    Lots Of Gaming Videos With X58 Ud5 System And Gpu On My Youtube Channel!!
    Just Uploaded New Battlefield 4 Video!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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

    Also, whatever BIOS you are using at anytime, do the ALT + F12 to make the backup BIOS match, this helps a lot with stability.

    F7 would be better than F6, if you do not like F7, then I would suggest you try F7e or F6d, you can get them here
    http://forums.tweaktown.com/gigabyte...tml#post270423

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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
    Also, whatever BIOS you are using at anytime, do the ALT + F12 to make the backup BIOS match, this helps a lot with stability.

    F7 would be better than F6, if you do not like F7, then I would suggest you try F7e or F6d, you can get them here
    http://forums.tweaktown.com/gigabyte...tml#post270423

    i make te CTRL+F12 and swap the F2 bios to F6 too. Now my 2 BIOS are F6. I dont like the F7 BIOS because i get 2 BSODīs too fast. My over is rock solid on F6. I just change to F7 and get lots of BSODīs so quicly??? This is strange! I dont like the LOAD LINE CALIBRATION LEVELS on F7 too.

    The F6 BIOS is more easy to tweak than F7. I think that too...if you use the F7 i will have to put more vcore to get the over stable. More vcore = more heat. Here in Brazil is too HOT. Whit F6 BIOS I dont have BSODīs...NEVER! The only problem is this. If I fix this problem...i will be happy!

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

    It's ok if you like F6, whatever works for you!

    You might want to try the last F6 beta BIOS right before F7 started, it could fix your issues and still give you the F6 overclocking and settings you like.

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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
    It's ok if you like F6, whatever works for you!

    You might want to try the last F6 beta BIOS right before F7 started, it could fix your issues and still give you the F6 overclocking and settings you like.
    Thanks for your help man. I will try the F6e BIOs then. I send an email to Gigabyte support talking about my problem. This is the answer of then:

    "Power cable OFF is like a hardware reset (Clear CMOS ) which might set all the settings in default value. "

    Is this correct??? Every time that i turn off the power...every overclock tweaks return to stock values on BIOS ???

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