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Re; the Gene-Z debug stopping at 34! I have this same issue. I've checked all of my connections, and reset my RAM about 6 times, but it doesn't go away. If you have resolved it please tell me how. Unfortunately I have connectivity problems with my monitor so I only know what shows on the debug code.

Thanks,
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Have you reseated the cpu? Sometimes that will clear memory issues as well.
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LopingAlong, per the User Guide, post code 32-36: CPU post-memory initialization

I know you said that you did this already, but... check to be sure that your memory modules are seated properly. I believe that this caused others to experience the same debug code (and it was discussed in this forum many pages back).

[LA_Kings_Fan, maybe this fix should be included on the front page?]

What memory modules are you using? Please be specific. 1.5v max?
Memory that operate at 1.65 have caused others issues (Sandy Bridge doesn't like the higher voltage).
Bummer, but maybe you have a bad module?
Are they new or did you use them in a different system before?

If you enter your system information and add it to your profile, others will be better able to help you. Good luck!

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Originally Posted by LopingAlong View Post
Re; the Gene-Z debug stopping at 34! I have this same issue. I've checked all of my connections, and reset my RAM about 6 times, but it doesn't go away. If you have resolved it please tell me how. Unfortunately I have connectivity problems with my monitor so I only know what shows on the debug code.

Thanks,
LopingAlong
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What does "freezing" mean? BSOD? "Nvidia Display Driver stopped responding" popup? Hard lock? What are the exact symptoms/error? I doubt it has anything to do w/ the motherboard so I'd try the BF3 thread.

I've got a Gene-Z @ 0706 w/ 2 x GTX @ 900Mhz on water, i7-2600k @ 4.8 on air, 8GB of G.Skill Mem @ 2133MHz, 1000W PSU and 30" monitor and I've never crashed once in BF3.

If you want to PM me i'll try to help you out.
Like i said, just freezing. The picture stands still, sound goes away, and i have to kill it in task manager. No error message anywhere.
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Originally Posted by XReflection View Post
I finally purchased my Gene-Z and the RAM to go with it. The RAM I got is the Corsair Vengeance 16GB set. I have hyper212+, will I have clearance issues with the HSF? Will shifting the CPU Fan up on the heatsink solve this problem? I know that the ripjaws are okay in clearance, but the difference in height between the two RAM is illustrated here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/psygeis...n/photostream/.

I didn't think it was that huge of a difference.
No you should be fine ... The CoolerMaster Hyper 212+ is SMALLER in girth than the "FAT" HSF like the Noctua I have, It's TALLER rather than FATTER if that makes sense to you. So NO you shouldn't have clearance issues with it, and could most likely also install a SECOND fan on it for a Push / Pull so it's more effective also, it only comes with a single fan stock.

GREAT PIC to compare the size between those 2 RAM ... I knew the VENGEANCE was TALLER ... but DANG !


   
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Originally Posted by LopingAlong View Post
Re; the Gene-Z debug stopping at 34! I have this same issue. I've checked all of my connections, and reset my RAM about 6 times, but it doesn't go away. If you have resolved it please tell me how. Unfortunately I have connectivity problems with my monitor so I only know what shows on the debug code.
Thanks,
LopingAlong
Quote:
Originally Posted by snakemed View Post
LopingAlong, per the User Guide, post code 32-36: CPU post-memory initialization

I know you said that you did this already, but... check to be sure that your memory modules are seated properly. I believe that this caused others to experience the same debug code (and it was discussed in this forum many pages back).

[LA_Kings_Fan, maybe this fix should be included on the front page?]

What memory modules are you using? Please be specific. 1.5v max?
Memory that operate at 1.65 have caused others issues (Sandy Bridge doesn't like the higher voltage).
Bummer, but maybe you have a bad module?
Are they new or did you use them in a different system before?

If you enter your system information and add it to your profile, others will be better able to help you. Good luck!
Going back and doing a SEARCH on "Code 34" through our Thread I came up with this ...
Quote:
Debug Code 34

Ovlazek - had that way back, turned out his GPU wasn't seated properly and/or the PCI-E power cables weren't securly plugged in TIGHT to the card.

Bear.dx-t - had this, he went through reseating the RAm and GPU et all. But turned out in his case it was a poor Sata power Cable connection to his HDD and Optical drive that gave him that code.

Jesse D - had this code, turned out it was his GPU card, and/or RAM didn't seat properly.

1ceTr0n - had it, RAM needed to be reseated.
ALSO just finished reading ... http://www.asusrog.com/forums/showth...Error-AE-or-34 ... looks like it's OFTEN PSU cables not securely connected into the GPU cards that bring about Error Code #34 as well as RAM not seated properly.

LopingAlong the best advice is to check those issues, CPU / RAM / GPU not seating properly seem to cause this Code, but also if one of the POWER connections isn't tight as well. I know you said you checked everything, but I'd hit memOK and recheck everything AGAIN.
Good Luck

Edited by LA_Kings_Fan - 11/1/11 at 5:56pm
   
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Synomenon View Post
0902 isn't labeled as a BETA anymore. Which is newer / better? 0902 or 0706?
Quote:
Originally Posted by snakemed View Post
Lots of debate on this question in this club to date. If 0902 is now out of beta, then I'd consider it the newer of the two, since the 0706 was already out of beta. Not really clear though...
Quote:
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The only reason someone should run 0706 is if 0902 is giving them problems.
Well ... Looks like ASUS made it REALLY CLEAR FINALLY ...
as today you'll notice they REMOVED BIOS #0706 from the downloads page and ONLY have the 2nd/original Bios #0403 and the NEWEST BIOS #0902 remaining
(1st original #0208 still working just fine for me btw, though I haven't loaded or played BF3 just YET.)

Edited by LA_Kings_Fan - 11/1/11 at 6:09pm
   
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Well ... Looks like ASUS made it REALLY CLEAR FINALLY ...
as today you'll notice they REMOVED BIOS #0706 from the downloads page and ONLY have the 2nd/original Bios #0403 and the NEWEST BIOS #0902 remaining
(1st original #0208 still working just fine for me btw, though I haven't loaded or played BF3 just YET.)
Why was bios #0706 removed?? I built a 2500K/MIVE Gene-Z system for a friend, about 2 weeks ago and used the 0706 bios on it...
    
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Why was bios #0706 removed?? I built a 2500K/MIVE Gene-Z system for a friend, about 2 weeks ago and used the 0706 bios on it...
Guess you'll be giving him FREE phone tech support to help him upgrade to Bios #0902 ?
   
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Ah ha, however, if you use the bios upgrade option in AISuite II, it only shows 403 and 706 as bios options. How are them cookies?

Edit: As far as why 706 was removed, it was probably the same bios and then someone realized that to go from beta 902 to official 706 was not gonna happen without some difficulty. Anyways, that's just my thought. And just for the record, being all official and all like, I noticed it gone yesterday when I was trouble shooting my issue and was loading different bios'. That's how I found out about AISuite being able to use it. Also, on a side note, if you use AISuite and update the bios via the internet, it will actually let you downgrade the bios, but only via the internet.
Edited by utnorris - 11/1/11 at 9:13pm
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