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    Default Fault reset-UD7 GA-Z68X-B3

    My English is not very good but I hope you understand me. I am helping the google translator.
    My computer is:
    Motherboard: GA-Z68X-UD7-B3 rev. 1.0 with Bios: F7 (also happened with the F5 and F6)
    Processors: i7-2600K
    Memory: G. Skill Sniper 1866 MHZ (with X.M.P activated) a 1.5 V. 4x4 Gb = 16 GB.
    Gaphic Card: Asus 460 GTX 1 GB TOP.
    Power Supply: Cooler Master Silent Pro Gold 1000 W.
    Tower: Corsair Graphite 600 T
    Heatsink: Noctua NH-D14
    HDD: W.D. Caviar 640 GB y Seagate 500 GB.
    Blu-ray: Sony.

    My problem is with the RESET button. Both the tower and with the motherboard.

    When I press the reset button, especially when I let down a few seconds, there is a boot failure. The computer turns off as if we gave the power button, it begins to restart and suddenly restarts a second time and boot failure occurs. Before When I enter the bios after failure, I always get a message:
    "The system has experienced boot failures because of overclocking or changes of voltages.
    Last settings in BIOS setup may not coincide with current H/W states."
    But since I have a clear cmos with de button of motherboard and I put the optimized values​​. Now when I give the reset is off me, makes me twice as I reboot and load the default MIT. I only error message appears, if on such as XMP memory.

    My motherboard has a fault, the fix is a bios or is it another problem?

    I've read that other Gigabyte motherboard models had a similar problem and needed a BIOS update:

    GA-P67A-UD7-B3 (F3) for example.

    I update my Backup BIOS, whe i flashed the BIOS (It happens with all three versions of bios).

    Thanks for everything.

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    Default Re: Fault reset-UD7 GA-Z68X-B3

    This error only happens when you use XMP memory profile? Do not use XMP memory profile and set all memory settings your self.

    Another thing to try. Try reflashing bios make sure to disable keep dmi pool data in q-flash before flashing. After flash on first reboot enter bios. Choose "Load Optimized Defaults" press F10 to save and exit. Renter bios Change only things for Memory and HDD. Set memory to spec including timings and voltages. Set HDD to AHCI or Raid (which ever you installed windows). Press F10 to save and exit. Enter bios one last time and change HDD boot order if you have more then 1 hdd. Press F10 to save and exit. Let the system boot to windows. This will properly rebuild DMI pool data. Once in windows try and restart.

    Are you pressing the restart button on the Computer case and/or motherboard while in windows? You should use the start menu to restart unless you are locked up and cant.
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    Default Re: Fault reset-UD7 GA-Z68X-B3

    For better understanding of the problem.
    If you only load optimized defaults do you have a problem?
    If you use the power button instead (power down, then power up) do you get the same error?

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    Default Re: Fault reset-UD7 GA-Z68X-B3

    The problem occurs with the default or any other. But with the default message does not appear to mention.
    Very briefly when I press the reset button, usually does not occur.

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    Default Re: Fault reset-UD7 GA-Z68X-B3

    "This error only happens when you use XMP memory profile? Do not use XMP memory profile and set all memory settings your self. "

    It also occurs by changing the values ​​manually. The problem always occurs but the message only occurs when you change frequency or voltage values​​.

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    Default Re: Fault reset-UD7 GA-Z68X-B3

    With optimized defaults, is XMP enabled or disabled?

    With optimized defaults, try to increase VTT gradually, starting with one step above 1.05v, up to 1.2v.

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    Default Re: Fault reset-UD7 GA-Z68X-B3

    Quote Originally Posted by Chike View Post
    With optimized defaults, is XMP enabled or disabled?

    With optimized defaults, try to increase VTT gradually, starting with one step above 1.05v, up to 1.2v.
    With optimized defaults, XMP is disabled.

    The question is that the fault reset is given forever, all that happens is I put all the defaults and I have to load it back to the profile and the message I get when I have something changed in frequency or voltage.
    What I want to know is if my motherboard failure in concrete or a malfunction of the programming changes and occurs in all?

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    Default Re: Fault reset-UD7 GA-Z68X-B3

    I don't think its mb,probably a BIOS bug,does it still give error if you restart from windows? And not from front panel restart button?
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    Default Re: Fault reset-UD7 GA-Z68X-B3

    Quote Originally Posted by wazza300 View Post
    I don't think its mb,probably a BIOS bug,does it still give error if you restart from windows? And not from front panel restart button?

    The ruling is only the manual reset. Software does not give problems. The fault lies with the reset of the tower or with the motherboard either. And I used the reset button of another tower and there is the same.

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    I can only think of it being a BIOS bug,if it was a faulty mb it would do it from within windows,maybe the reset shuts it down to quick and it loses your BIOS settings giving you an error? You could try emailing gigabyte directly and explaining what happens when you press front panel reset button,they might send you a modified BIOS to try
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