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    Default Re: GZ-Z77X-UD5H Random freezing and shutdowns.

    I've just installed some beta nvidia video drivers, those issues I reported is apparently a potential driver issue.

    Right now I cannot say though if it perhaps just the video card driver or something to do with compatibility with the motherboard anymore.

    I will try your suggestion too if this does not end up fixing anything.

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    Default Re: GZ-Z77X-UD5H Random freezing and shutdowns.

    The Corsair DRAM you are using is not compatible with 22nm ivy bridge and 3rd generation Intel i7. Please refer to the following page :

    Vengeance®

    Though I did not check for your PS compatibility, you MUST use tested units by manufacturers (whoever they are) because you might have enough Wattage but the amperage might cause problems with CPU and/or DRAM. You might encounter problem to find a PS that has been tested with both CPU and Graphic Cards, as they too, have their own crop.

    Hope this info to your satisfaction


    Quote Originally Posted by Neal Stuntz View Post
    My system is randomly freezing and shutting down. I have tried 2x Corsair Vengeance 1600mhz 8GB ram sets (CMZ8GX3M2A1600C9B) and G.Skill Ripjaw F3-17000CL9D-9GBXM. I am not overclocking and I am using the stock CPU fan.

    GA-Z77X-UD5H
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    Everything but mobo/cpu/ram was pulled from my working Q6600 build. I have put the Q6600 parts back in and no issues.

    System will freeze in the BIOS, W7, linux, anywhere.

    Temperatures are all within range and I have seen no errors in any event logs.


    Thanks for your help

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    Default Re: GZ-Z77X-UD5H Random freezing and shutdowns.

    I'm bumping this thread cause I have a similar problem.

    My system already had a dozen BSOD crashes. It was seemingly random at first, sometimes after gaming or just casual browsing, but now I've found that I can trigger the crash with prime95 during stress tests. With a "Small FFTs" test, my PC lasts about a 1½ hour til it crashes and it crashes even more sooner with "Blend" testing. To check my RAM, I did a Memtest for 12½hrs with 38 passes and no errors (should I have ran it longer?), but I'm not sure if the RAM is having compatibility issues with my system. It could be something else, I'm not sure.

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    Every component is at stock settings, as far as I know:





    Every crash I've had was a Blue Screen with an error code. I'm lost on what my minidumps are telling me. It's very troublesome. Any help is greatly appreciated.


    Edit: Although it may be a entirely different problem, I have a WLAN(WIFI)/Bluetooth adapter which came with my motherboard: GC-WB300D. I ran a few tests with Windows "Verifier" to check if a driver was the root of this BSOD problem. It seemed like the WLAN driver was the culprit at first, because it did BSOD crash, but the "Bug Check Code" and "Bug Check String" in the minidump were completely different from the other BSODs. It may just be an unrelated problem, but I'm just throwing this out here.
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    Default Re: GZ-Z77X-UD5H Random freezing and shutdowns.

    Your problem might be related to using 8GB memory modules.
    Try running with only one module installed to see if this helps.
    A better alternative might be to test with 2x4GB modules to see if it helps.

    Download and install WhoCrashed from Resplendence Software - WhoCrashed, automatic crash dump analyzer
    The default setting is to analyze data from 15 BSOD's and you can increase or decrease the number of dumps to be analyzed.
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    Default Re: GZ-Z77X-UD5H Random freezing and shutdowns.

    Well I gave it a try with just x1 8GB memory module.
    After I removed the stick I immediately tested prime95's "Small FFTs" test and still crashed (allot sooner than usual). I always get a 0x124 bug code from that test, but I'll have to check the minidump from my other HDD when I restart.
    I have a separate Windows OS on my other HDD with only drivers that didn't crash from this Windows Verifier method. It was from that system I ran this recent prime95 test (x1 8GB).

    I wish I had another DDR3 RAM kit around to test. There's no real way I can test to determine if my module kit size is the problem. I don't know whether or not if I should get a new RAM kit.

    Thanks for the program. This WhoCrashed program makes the minidump debugging process a bit easier, but none of these error dumps are pointing to a specific driver. 2/3 of my minidumps read the same error, such as this:

    On Wed 6/27/2012 12:05:12 AM GMT your computer crashed
    crash dump file: C:\Windows\Minidump\062612-7768-01.dmp
    This was probably caused by the following module: hal.dll (hal+0x12A3B)
    Bugcheck code: 0x124 (0x0, 0xFFFFFA8011858028, 0xB6000000, 0x40150)
    Error: WHEA_UNCORRECTABLE_ERROR
    file path: C:\Windows\system32\hal.dll
    product: Microsoft® Windows® Operating System
    company: Microsoft Corporation
    description: Hardware Abstraction Layer DLL
    Bug check description: This bug check indicates that a fatal hardware error has occurred. This bug check uses the error data that is provided by the Windows Hardware Error Architecture (WHEA).
    This is likely to be caused by a hardware problem problem. This problem might be caused by a thermal issue.
    The crash took place in a standard Microsoft module. Your system configuration may be incorrect. Possibly this problem is caused by another driver on your system which cannot be identified at this time.
    It still seems kind of vague to me. All of my drivers have been updated to the latest. I really can't figure this out.
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    Default Re: GZ-Z77X-UD5H Random freezing and shutdowns.

    Bugcheck code: 0x124 is the BSOD error code and this almost always means that cpu vcore is too low and needs to be raised a bit higher.
    You might need to raise one or two other voltages slightly.
    With 2x8GB of memory, IMC and/or VDDR might needed to be raised one click.
    I'm not familiar with specific voltage recommendations or overclocking your system, so I'll let others make specific recommendations.
    After flashing your bios to F8, did you boot into the bios, load optimized bios defaults, save settings and exit, and then boot into the bios again to make any needed bios changes?

    It might be best for you to clear the cmos and boot into the bios to load optimized bios defaults, etc.

    A web search using BSOD 0x124 will provide links to several excellent sites with more detailed information and several forums that deal specifically with BSOD code debugging. We can often help with many of the most common error codes.
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    Default Re: GZ-Z77X-UD5H Random freezing and shutdowns.

    i thought 124 error is not enough cpu/vtt or dram voltage? 101 error is not enough cpu voltage

    i would set dram voltage to 1.5v,might need 1.55v

    and cpu/vtt voltage to 1.10v from stock 1.05v and retest
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    Default Re: GZ-Z77X-UD5H Random freezing and shutdowns.

    I made sure to load optimized bios defaults after I flashed my BIOS to F8, so I guess my BIOS has everything set to stock.

    This was my first assumption when I stumbled across this thread; It was this post in particular that I found whilst searching for a solution:

    Quote Originally Posted by Krysaenaar View Post
    Wazza,

    I am atheos on the OcUK forums.

    Thanks for the advice you gave man.

    Just if people come across this thread from a google search i better repeat what i said there.

    Hey wazza,

    It always locks up when gaming (BF3 / Arma 2).

    It happens about once in every 8 to 10 hours of gaming so maybe once every 3 days.

    Everything is at stock apart from the RAM voltage which i set at 1.50v and of course BCLK to 101 now.

    And you replied with
    Originally Posted by wazza300 View Post
    if its in gaming its usually not enough dram or qpi/vtt

    for dram id use atleast 1.55v,im running that much with my samsung green

    and qpi/vtt id up it from stock 1.05v to 1.10v and test with gaming again,if same thing try 1.12v qpi/vtt,you can safely use upto 1.2v but you shouldnt need that much
    That sounds similar to my situation so, I tried changing the settings in the BIOS to the best of my knowledge.

    I increased the dram to 1.55v and the qpi/vtt from stock 1.05v to 1.10v, but my system wouldn't even boot. It just kept power booting and failing, so I reverted back to "optimized defaults" and here I am back at square one.

    Maybe I did something wrong, to be honest I don't know jack about overclocking at the moment. I chose these parts for the opportunity of OC'ing as I learn. So, would anyone be able to point me towards a brush-up guide on OC'ing so I can figure this out.
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    Default Re: GZ-Z77X-UD5H Random freezing and shutdowns.

    did you set bclk to 100mhz?

    use 1.5v for dram and try just one or two clicks extra vccsa voltage

    with 16gb its usually not enough cpu/vtt for the integrated memory controller,

    EDIT,you could try just adding one or two clicks more than stock 1.5v dram voltage
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    Default Re: GZ-Z77X-UD5H Random freezing and shutdowns.

    I can't find where to change vccsa and BCLK. The monitor on the front M.I.T. tab reads about BCLK: 100.12Mhz. Also, I'm not sure if I found the DRAM ID and qpi/vtt settings.

    IS DRAM ID in: M.I.T.\Advanced Voltage Settings\DRAM Voltage Contol › DRAM Voltage

    And qpi/vtt in:
    M.I.T.\Advanced Voltage Settings\CPU Voltage Control › CPU Vtt

    Sorry for the newbie questions. I need to be absolutely sure I'm doing this right. I tried saving screenshots to a usb but FAT32/16 only. :/ I'll be back with pics if that help with mapping out settings exactly.
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