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    Default Re: Gigabyte GA-X58-UD5 random reboots

    Quote Originally Posted by profJim View Post
    From the GA-X58A-UD5 rev 1.0 specifications:
    I don't think that installing your video card in the PCIEX16_2 slot will have any negative effects.
    Ok, that's good. I was worried that could be problematic.

    Quote Originally Posted by wazza300 View Post
    i think thats your problem,whats the rated voltage of that ram at 1600mhz? my ocz reaper were 1.65v rated,plus 1.15v qpi/vtt is way too low imo,even for a non overclocked cpu,i would set to atleast 1.3v or 1.315v,from what your describing of random shut offs/restarts it points to memory voltage or qpi/vtt not enough
    I'm not very familiar with BIOS and hardware. What I could gather from OCZ DDR3 PC3-10666 IntelŪ i7 Triple Channel - OCZ is that the DRAM voltage should be at 1.65V (or perhaps 1.6V?). I couldn't select 1.65V exactly, the closest was 1.66V and with that setting I got an error in POST. The error said that the system had problems booting due to overclocking, which made me reset it back to auto. 1.66V and upwards are also colored in pink up to 1.88V where it becomes flashing red. Qti/Vtt is 1.3V, 1.32V, 1.34V and so forth.

    While looking through BIOS I also noticed that System Memory Multiplier (SPD) is set to auto and that the Memory Frequency is at 1066. Should I change this setting to 10.0 so that it's at 1333Mhz?

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    what speed is your ram? 1333mhz or 1600mhz? yes that what spd memory multiplier is for set it to give you your rams rated speed,1.6v will be ok for dram and 1.3v is ok for qpi/vtt voltage
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    Default Re: Gigabyte GA-X58-UD5 random reboots

    According to the OCZ link I posted in the previous post they're at 1333MHz. I'll make the adjustments and see how my system runs. If 1.6V for DRAM doesn't work, is it safe to try 1.66V despite it being written in pink?

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    Yes its fine,1.66v is 1.648v in windows,you might not need that much for 1333mhz,if its 1600mhz then you will,I ran a 920 and same board as you with those voltages for 3years just fine
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    Default Re: Gigabyte GA-X58-UD5 random reboots

    Unfortunately with the new settings I set in BIOS, my system started freezing in Windows. It froze while loading windows, on the login screen and sometimes a couple of minutes after logging in. After freezing three times in a row on the login screen I reset the settings (DRAM Voltage, QPI/Vtt Voltage, System Memory Multiplier) back to Auto. Now it's randomly rebooting again. I'm unable to find any pattern to it, and WhoCrashed says "No valid crash dumps have been found on your computer".

    I'm also noticing some sort of static noise in the area near the CPU. I cannot pinpoint the source exactly, but I think it might be similar as to what [GUIDE] Retail OS X Install (10.5.8) on Gigabyte GA-EX58-UD5 (Core i7) Mobo - Tutorials (The Genius Bar) - InsanelyMac Forum this guy points out at the end, however I can't see any specific pattern to that either. It doesn't seem to be related to mouse scrolling or hdd load in my case.

    While writing this post, my system has rebooted twice from the log in screen. :(

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    Try leaving out the motherboard battery for 30minutes then re enter any BIOS settings,it still could be the power supply,and it shouldn't keep rebooting with those voltages,are you using the latest BIOS?

    The noise your hearing is motherboard squeal,my ud5 did it,can be psu that causes it,turn off c1e in the bios and it might stop or reduce it
    Last edited by wazza300; 12-11-2012 at 05:17 AM.
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    Default Re: Gigabyte GA-X58-UD5 random reboots

    I'm using the F13 bios, which should be the newest. I must have flashed it earlier this year (although I can't remember it) while trying to fix this issue which has been plaguing me for a while.

    The system was freezing with those settings, not rebooting. I'll remove the battery now and leave it out for a while.

    Happy to hear that the noise I hear isn't malfunctioning motherboard! Huge load off my back. The noise isn't really problematic to me, anyway.

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    Default Re: Gigabyte GA-X58-UD5 random reboots

    Been a long day - finally got the time to work on my computer again. I've plugged in the BIOS battery again and set the following settings:
    ICH SATA Mode: AHCI
    System Memory Multiplier (SPD): 10.0 (1333)
    DRAM Voltage: 1.64
    QPI/Vtt Voltage: 1.3

    Letting it sit in the login screen to see what happens.

    Edit: Reboot after about 9 minutes. Turned itself down for 3 seconds, then powered back up. No errors.
    Last edited by keung; 12-12-2012 at 07:46 AM. Reason: It rebooted.

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    Default Re: Gigabyte GA-X58-UD5 random reboots

    it rebooted as in crashed?
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    Default Re: Gigabyte GA-X58-UD5 random reboots

    Yes, it was just sitting on the login screen of Windows 8. I left it there to see what would happen.

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