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    Default Re: first bios update on X-58 ud3-r rev.2 ( question)

    Lsdmeasap --thanks again.
    When I take this apart again I will use one of my kids camera and take a picture of the pins. Thanks for the info on switching out the motherboard if this happens.
    take care--rclark

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    Hey Lsdmeasap- I hope this picture of the pins works. first bios update on X-58 ud3-r rev.2 ( question)-pins-jpg Update on this is, --a flight sim buddy of mine who lives in Canada has the same build as me or rather I --his--( I copied him,my first build ), anyway he had upgraded his bios to FF which is just one up from the original FA bios, and his is running fine so he recommended trying this just for jollies. Well I flashed using Q-Flash, and so far all has benn stable. I am just taking baby steps in changing things in the bios from the default optimal
    setting. So far I have enabled XMP, HPET-64 bit, I set qpi/vtt to something like 1.215 ( this will be increased, I usually run this at 1.315 or 1.295 when overclocked to 1.35.) Usually if I just go in the bios and then reboot I usually will have the power off problem, so far it has run all day, with no problem I still have memory voltage on auto, and I usually enable c3/c6/c7 state support when overclocked but I still have this as the default disabled.
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    its good pic but too far away,you need to just fit the socket into the viewfinder/frame of the camera,like this

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    Well sorry about that fellows. If I take the heat sink off again I'll try another shot. ( Funny, I noticed the date and all shown also, I don't believe my daughter has set this on her camera--ha !!! ) Thanks Wazza for the picture demo, actually a very nice shot. I just finished 2 1/2 hours of online flying Rise of Flight with a online squad I belong to and everything did fine. Still no overclock but at least stable.
    take care--rclark--

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    Great to hear your system is running smoothly for you now!

    Did you edit the above image before posting it here? It's an odd size, so that's why I asked. It may have been OK for us to see, before it was resized, not sure though until I'd know the original size.

    But ya, a little closer would be better and much larger image (Just post link here not insert image into thread). Sometimes too close isn't good with a shakey hand or an older camera, so only get as close to the board as shown above if you have a steady hand and good camera.

    Using your current settings, can you now use a single stick in the #3 white slot without issue? If so, and all your memory is showing up now in BIOS, system properties, and task manager then you don't have any bent pins.
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    Thanks again Lsdmeasap, I will try the no. 3 slot boot and see if all works. All memory is showing in the bios and system properties , task manager shows as { Total--6142, Cached-1022, Available-4687, Free-3727 }.
    thanks for all the great support, --rclark--
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    Default Re: first bios update on X-58 ud3-r rev.2 ( question)

    Anytime, I'm happy to help!

    That's great, 6GB total in task manager sounds like slot #3 is now working, so it should also boot a single stick by itself as well!

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    May I ask your advice on one other thing. In trying to reestablish the modest overclock of 3.5, I follow pretty much Wazza's template in his signature ,of course with the exception of bckl--160, mem multi--X10, should I try a bcl at 150 or something of that nature first before going to 160 or does this matter ? If you have any advice or recommend me refrain from any overclocking due to my previous issues, I am all ears.
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    160 would be fine to set to start with if you want! Don't not overclock just because you couldn't get it before, you can always go back. Save your current stable profile in the BIOS, using F11 to save (F12 is load for later).

    Then you can do anything you want, and if it fails and you need to come back just load your saved profile until you have time to work on the overclock one again, which you'll also want to save it once you get started. Be sure you move the cursor down when you save, so you don't overwrite your first default saved stable profile.

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    Thanks Lsdmeasap--I'll let you know how it goes. --rclark--

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