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    Default Help restoring X58a-ud3r bios settings

    Hey Everyone,

    Its been about 2 years now since I have had these issues, however they have started up again after I cleared my CMOS. I am not sure what settings I changed exactly, so I was hoping you guys would help me out.


    I was having issues with my NIC card on my X58A-UD3R (rev 1.0) motherboard, so I cleared the CMOS. This fixed the NIC problem, however it reset all my bios settings. I managed to change some of them back (I have an i7-930 and it was adjusting the clock speed on it continuously instead of staying at a continuous 2.8 ghz) . I also have 12gb of ram that I want to run at 1600, which I think it is now (SPD set to x12), however the timings on it look odd, I have not manually adjusted them or the voltage.

    The last issue is probably with my video card, its a gigabyte nvidia gtx 470. It runs for a while, however whenever I run more demanding games like the Witcher 2, it always blue screens after a few minutes. I remember having this issue earlier (with starcraft 2) and having to fix it by adjusting the voltage on the PCI-E slot, but I am not sure what I had set it to.

    This is where I was hoping you guys could help me.

    Thanks for any help !

    Oh my bios is currently F6b.
    Last edited by Pandu1986; 04-26-2012 at 01:07 AM.

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    Default Re: Help restoring X58a-ud3r bios settings

    If you don't have your settings written down somewhere or saved them to a bios profile by pressing F11 to save and F12 to load; the only way to do it is to start over and retest until you get it stable again. Maybe you can look back into your old post and see if you wrote the settings down here that last worked.

    After you get your settings working again make sure to save them to a profile by pressing F11, you can save up to 8 profiles.
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    Default Re: Help restoring X58a-ud3r bios settings

    Quote Originally Posted by Acebmxer View Post
    If you don't have your settings written down somewhere or saved them to a bios profile by pressing F11 to save and F12 to load; the only way to do it is to start over and retest until you get it stable again. Maybe you can look back into your old post and see if you wrote the settings down here that last worked.

    After you get your settings working again make sure to save them to a profile by pressing F11, you can save up to 8 profiles.

    Thanks for the reply and the idea to look back at my old posts. Unfortunately the only one of my old posts that might be helpful was this one :

    [Help] GA-X58A-UD3R

    and even in that post, it was a link to another topic which apparently has been pruned or deleted so I cant see what the settings where :(

    Any other suggestions? I am fine with messing around with the bios and adjusting voltages as long as it would get rid of the blue screen problem.

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