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    Default Re: Z87x-ud3h bsods

    I tried with those voltages however each time it crashed after about 20 minutes. It seems the only way to be stable is to run only 2 sticks of RAM. I think I may need to RMA it.

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    Default Re: Z87x-ud3h bsods

    After RMA ,with other board you will have same thing........then you will RMA again?
    Try with higher ring voltage ........1.14-.1.15-1.16...V

    GB just release Memory Support List for Z87X-UD3H:
    http://download.gigabyte.us/FileList...-z87x-ud3h.pdf

    Supported is only F3-2133C9Q-32GZH (previous X79 and Z77) but not your F3-2133C9Q-32GXH (previous P67/Z68 and Z77).

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    When you boot with 4 sticks try to set manually (don't use XMP) in BIOS 2133 with 10-12-12-31-CR2 @1.62-1.64V .
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    Default Re: Z87x-ud3h bsods

    I had a look for memory that I had that was on the supported list you linked and I ended up putting in 32GB of 1600mhz ram that was on the list. I am giving it a try tonight to see if that helps.

    I have tried settings looser timings and upping the voltage and that didn't help :(

    Hopefully it will work with this 1600Mhz ram, I don't mind using the slower ram if it means my problems go away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PiratePete1911 View Post
    I had a look for memory that I had that was on the supported list you linked and I ended up putting in 32GB of 1600mhz ram that was on the list. I am giving it a try tonight to see if that helps.

    I have tried settings looser timings and upping the voltage and that didn't help :(

    Hopefully it will work with this 1600Mhz ram, I don't mind using the slower ram if it means my problems go away.
    Hi PiratePete1911, did 4 1600Mhz rams work, no more BSODs? OTOH, I noticed you had 32Gb of 2133MHz RAMs in your current PC specs, I presume they're 4 sticks? If the 4 sticks are working now, may I know the ram configurations and models that worked resolve the issue? Perhaps the choice of memory is the only issue causing the problems when 4 sticks are used?

    Thanks.

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    Default Re: Z87x-ud3h bsods

    Unfortunately the 4 sticks of 1600 had the same issue, I ended up buying a new board and returning the old one for store credit. The testers at the store ended up confirming the board was faulty when they tested the same ram in an identical board and it worked fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PiratePete1911 View Post
    Unfortunately the 4 sticks of 1600 had the same issue, I ended up buying a new board and returning the old one for store credit. The testers at the store ended up confirming the board was faulty when they tested the same ram in an identical board and it worked fine.
    So that board was faulty. What board did you get now, is it the same UD3H (from your PC specs)? And now working with 4 sticks?

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    Default Re: Z87x-ud3h bsods

    Its not the same model, I am now running a Maximus VI Hero and not having any issues.

    I got a call from the shop I returned the gigabyte board to a few days later and they told me they agree the board is faulty.

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