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    Default BSOD on Boot - Z77X-UP4 & 590 GTX

    For the past week or two I have been trying to resolve issues with getting my Gigabyte 590 GTX to work with my Gigabyte Z77X-UP4 TH motherboard, and could really use some help.

    So I have been running a 560ti card fine for the past few months, since I got my motherboard.
    Upgraded to a 590 GTX and just cannot get my PC to boot into Windows without getting a BSOD ("0x00000116" and "nvlddmkm.sys").
    The only way I can get it to load into windows is if I totally uninstall the drivers for the 590. But as soon as install (or let windows install) any drivers, old or new, and restart, the problem returns.

    I tried everything I could with the drivers, installing various different versions, cleaning them out, reinstalling, etc etc.
    I then formatted and re-installed windows, many many times. I tried both x86 and x64 versions and corresponding drivers. Nothing fixed the BSOD on startup.

    I then removed the card and tried it in an old system, running a 775 ASUS P5B motherboard... and it started up fine, no problems! So I dont think the 590 is at fault.

    My power supply is a Corsair HX750 (750W). I have tried using another Corsair TX750 (750W) that my old system run it fine with, and still get the same BSOD. So I dont think its the PSU at fault.

    I have unplugged all other PCI card incase there was a conflict. And removed all but one stick of RAM. I have also tried it in a different PCIe slot. Still, didnt solve it.

    So that leaves me to believe the motherboard is at fault.
    I was running on the latest BIOS (F10b) and have also tried the last "stable" BIOS too (version F9). Since joining the forums I tried 11a, and I am currently on 9b.
    I am dissapointed such an expesnive card doesnt seem to work with my motherboard, I thought compatibility would have been checked, especially as both products are Gigabyte :(

    Please help! I have raised a ticket with Gigabyte direct, but not recieved much assistance yet. Has anyone else got this combination running? Are there any known issues with the Z77X-UP4 and card compatibility? I'm hoping it could just be a simple driver/BIOS fix, or option change somewhere. After dozens of hours trying to get it to work, I am really at a complete loss!

    My system specs are:
    Intel i5 3570K
    Gigabyte Z77X-UP4TH
    16GB Corsair Vengeance
    Gigabyte 590 GTX
    Corsair 750W PSU
    2x 500Gb HDD (RAID)
    128GB Cruicial M4 SSD
    Xfi Xtreme Music
    Windows 7 64Bit Ultimate
    Last edited by toothy1911; 04-09-2013 at 04:09 AM.

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    Default Re: BSOD on Boot - Z77X-UP4 & 590 GTX

    Stasio any chance you could pass this on to the bios people? seems to be bios issue to me?

    @toothy,have you tried setting peg to gen2 speeds in the bios then install the drivers? just wondered if that has any affect on things
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    Default Re: BSOD on Boot - Z77X-UP4 & 590 GTX

    Hi Wazza. I tried gen 2 speed after installing drivers, but will try setting it before installing drivers too. Worth a shot

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    Default Re: BSOD on Boot - Z77X-UP4 & 590 GTX

    hopefully stasio will see this thread,if not you can always pm him
    Gigabyte z77x UP4-TH F11c Modded Bios
    Intel i7 3770k 24/7@4.8ghz 1.38v Turbo llc +0.165v dvid multithreading enabled
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    Powercolor 7970 3gb V3 @1150mhz core/1700mhz mem,1.150v Accelero aftermarket air cooler 55c max
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    Default Re: BSOD on Boot - Z77X-UP4 & 590 GTX

    Switch to non OC or other vbios. Your 590 GTX is dual bios.
    Check your videocard on other PC.
    The problem could be caused by OC or faulty video memory chip.
    Sorry for my English, its not my native language.

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    Default Re: BSOD on Boot - Z77X-UP4 & 590 GTX

    I have checked my video card works fine in my other system.

    How would I go about changing to a different 590 bios? Didn't realise any GPU's had dual BIOS

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    Default Re: BSOD on Boot - Z77X-UP4 & 590 GTX

    Sorry, my fault there no "dual bios" at your GIGABYTE - Graphics Card - NVIDIA - PCI Express Solution - GeForce 500 Series - GV-N590D5-3GD-B On 580 soc (2xbios and 1 chip) and there bios 1+1 on dual chip card.
    and missed that you tested it..

    Also there no update on main page but 2 different version of vbios.
    Video Bios Collection | techPowerUp
    not recommended to update.
    Sorry for my English, its not my native language.

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    Default Re: BSOD on Boot - Z77X-UP4 & 590 GTX

    Okay, thank you for looking any trying to help anyway! :)
    I believe the difference on those two 590 BIOS's is changes to the voltage regulation to stop the cards frying themselves.
    Not something I want to be fiddling with anyway.

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    Default Re: BSOD on Boot - Z77X-UP4 & 590 GTX

    Top support from Gigabyte! They have tested a 590GTX with a Z77X-UP4 and sent me a screenshot of the proof. Unfortunately, they encountered no problems. How strange! I will try a fresh install with the exact drivers they have used...

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    Default Re: BSOD on Boot - Z77X-UP4 & 590 GTX

    Is the bios version that gigabyte used on the MB and GPU the same as yours?

    the bios level on the GPU will be noted on a sticked (or printed) in the back of the GPU...

    also did they give you any bios settings they may had changed?

    with my experience with gigabyte support they were good at proving their HW (in their possession) works, but never tell you how they got there. as everything seems to work on their end... that was just my reality with them.

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