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    Default Gigabyte P67-UD3-B3 getting black screen with 8gb of ram





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    <!-- google_ad_section_start -->Hi all,

    First post. Been troubleshooting a desktop we built for video editing at the office for a while, running out of ideas so I thought I'd post here to bounce some thoughts around.

    The issues is the desktop will randomly BSOD or just black screen with no response, at random times doing random tasks. It is running Windows 7 64bit.

    The hardware is a Gigabyte p67-UD3-B3 motherboard with an Intel i7 and 8GB (dual channel, 2x2GB) Corsair DDR3 memory (TW34G1333C9A).

    I believe this to be a memory issue, as I have tested and reinstalled my drivers already. Also, I do not experience the issues when I remove one channel of 4GB of memory. It does not matter which channel, or which sticks are removed.

    I have used MemTest and received no memory errors. I think the issue is possibly being cause by memory compatibility or memory bios settings.

    The memory uses XMP to auto set all the settings in the bios. It appears that the settings are as they should be. Frequency at 1333, volatage 1.5v.

    Corsair's website lists this ram as compatible with this motherboard. Gigabytes website does not list this memory on their compatibility list.

    Any input on what I can change in the bios to continue troubleshooting? As I said, when I am running 4GB of ram everything appears to be functioning properly, but when I add another channel of 4GB I start seeing the errors.

    Thanks, and any more info that would be required to help you understand the problem just let me know!<!-- google_ad_section_end -->



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    Default Re: Gigabyte P67-UD3-B3 getting black screen with 8gb of ram

    what qpi/vtt voltage is auto using? look in the bios and make a note of it then add one or two clicks more
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    Default Re: Gigabyte P67-UD3-B3 getting black screen with 8gb of ram

    It autos to 1.5, which is what the ram is suppose to be ran at. I've tried slowly increasing it up to 1.65, thinking it was a voltage drop issue. Didn't have any affect.

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    Default Re: Gigabyte P67-UD3-B3 getting black screen with 8gb of ram

    He was talking about VTT(VCCIO) not memory voltage.

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    Default Re: Gigabyte P67-UD3-B3 getting black screen with 8gb of ram

    Okay, I see what you mean. I increased the QPI/VVT from 1.05 to 1.08. I actually have not been able to replicate the black screen issue while performing certain tasks as I did before. I'll continue testing and see how this holds. Thanks for the input thus far!

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    Default Re: Gigabyte P67-UD3-B3 getting black screen with 8gb of ram

    Yes qpi/vtt,it still should be labeled the same on that mb,keep dram voltage according to your ram,1.5v

    Auto voltages esp cpu,qpi/vtt and dram Arnt that accurate,so its best manually set them,esp if you encounter instability
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    Default Re: Gigabyte P67-UD3-B3 getting black screen with 8gb of ram

    Issue remains. I have tried increasing the voltage some, but it just causes the problem to occur quicker ( BSOD Stop 0x0000001A ). What other voltages should I attempt changing next? VCore?

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    What did you test with? You can go one or two clicks more than 1.5v for your dram voltage,can try CPU voltage on normal and try 1.10v qpi/vtt voltage
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    Default Re: Gigabyte P67-UD3-B3 getting black screen with 8gb of ram

    After increasing VVT to 1.08 I used Prime95 to stress test the memory. Ran for around 5 hours, no issues. Went to install MS Office and got BSOD. I'll test your recommended voltage settings in a bit and see if it can run the install.

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    Default Re: Gigabyte P67-UD3-B3 getting black screen with 8gb of ram

    Quote Originally Posted by hwrit View Post
    Issue remains. I have tried increasing the voltage some, but it just causes the problem to occur quicker ( BSOD Stop 0x0000001A ). What other voltages should I attempt changing next? VCore?
    Quote Originally Posted by hwrit View Post
    After increasing VVT to 1.08 I used Prime95 to stress test the memory. Ran for around 5 hours, no issues. Went to install MS Office and got BSOD. I'll test your recommended voltage settings in a bit and see if it can run the install.
    What was the second BSOD error code? Was it still 0x1A?

    Try what wazza has suggested If you still have problems or still gettting the same error try this.

    0x1A = Memory management error. It usually means a bad stick of Ram. Test with Memtest or whatever you prefer. Try raising your Ram voltage
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