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post #11391 of 12377
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Originally Posted by Wonderbread24 View Post

Just picked up a second hand 990FXA-UD3 Rev 4.0. Upgraded from a 970A-D3 Rev 1.0. I also put an FX-6300 in it.

Everything was going fine until my External HDD no longer shows up in the OS. I took a look at the device manager and the VIA USB3 controller is no longer shown in the list. I checked my BIOS to make sure it wasn't disabled everything seemed normal.

I've gone back into the OS, removed the drivers and tired to reinstall them but no luck, I get an error saying that it can't find the device... Not sure what to do now... I'm thinking I'm going to have to scrap this board and go back to my 970 frown.gif.

I've tried disabling the XHCI option in the BIOS and it worked to get the OS to see the controller to reinstall the drivers but after a restart of the OS it was gone again...Enabling it again has no effect. Not sure what to do. Reinstalling the OS doesn't fix it either.

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Edit: words

because of usb 3.0. all does that with any device, usb tuner, external drives, flashes, etc. After restart usb 3.0 controller is gone.
Fix- use only shutdown, no restart.
Also sometimes after restart usb 3.0 is there, but quite rare.
Via, Etron, Asmedia does that, dont know about Nec controller.
For me this usb 3.0 is an failure by design.
Via says that this bug is fixed ( yeah right) , Gigabyte says nothing and if you talk with any device producer( like western digital, terratec, etc) they says its not their fault.

Edit : on google problem is quite known:

https://www.google.ro/search?q=usb+3.0+dissapear+after+restart&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&gws_rd=cr&ei=ImZQVfP0B8azUf7agMAM
post #11392 of 12377
As an fix for usb 3.0 dissapearing is this :
http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_vista-hardware/what-does-usb-selective-suspend-mean/71fa747b-914f-4d17-b476-cf4bb1bb783c

Disable usb selective suspend, but for me is not working.
Second, with this one disabled my external hard drives( all 2.5 and 1.8' wd passport slim, passport ultra, a-data( seagate inside), 1-2tb, toshiba canvio all series 2.5) are always powered on, even if my PC is shutdown.
That mean huge hours for an hdd drive, like almost 9000 hours/year.
post #11393 of 12377
While stressing 4.7 GHz on my UD5 R5 with IBT I noticed hwinfo64 did not show pmbus with the VR T1and T2 temps. I went to the setup and the option was not there. Is this indicative for the UD5?
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I have one of these. I dont know what the issue is right now with me and it or something else connected to it but the system is just shutting down on me. This is something I built for my kids. I had a heart issue so I swapped out some parts like a cpu cooler and new case. Set it up again and I get that dreaded completed shutdown.

I am so disheartened right now.

I swapped out the parts into a new case and added the cpu cooler. Here is what I changed into:


Rosewill CHALLENGER-U3
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811147060

Cooler Master Hyper T4
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835103182

At desktop, it seems very cool. 20C or less. When I load a game or run 3dmark demo its about 30, under 40C so cooling temperature no longer seems like an issue.

But it still SHUTS DOWN. I have to pull the power cable for a moment out of the Power Supply, and then put it back in for the power button on the case to let me start it up again.

So now I'm like, what do I do with this thing? All new parts, something is making it shut down under game load (or 3dmark load) and the temperature is fine.

Rest of my setup in this PC:

AMD FX-8320 Vishera 8-Core 3.5GHz
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813128509

Corsair CX750
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817139040

CORSAIR Vengeance 8GB 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1600 (PC3 12800)
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820233218

GIGABYTE GA-990FXA-UD5 AM3+
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813128509

AMD XFX Radeon HD 6950





Well, any suggestions for a next step? i wish I could look at a log that would tell me, this is why this is shutting down.... ugh....



http://speccy.piriform.com/results/2iLGcAEBxsbCXuJ8VA2d1ZA
post #11395 of 12377
If the PC doesn't freeze, bsod and just shuts completely down, my guess would be PSU, I assume you haven't overclocked anything.

Are you using Speccy to monitor temps while doing your tests?

Try using HWMonitor or HWiNFO64 this way you can monitor voltages and other temp sensors. I prefer HWiNFO64 myself because it has a little more things that I like but it's up to you.
post #11396 of 12377
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Originally Posted by MTup View Post

While stressing 4.7 GHz on my UD5 R5 with IBT I noticed hwinfo64 did not show pmbus with the VR T1and T2 temps. I went to the setup and the option was not there. Is this indicative for the UD5?

990FXA-UD5 R5 has analog VRM which doesn´t support temperature or any other telemetry through I2C.
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990FXA-UD5 R5 has analog VRM which doesn´t support temperature or any other telemetry through I2C.

Do you know why the VRM's are analog and not digital? I have a fan controller and temp probes. The one for the VRM HS is located at the bottom of the HS and the temp is almost 20 deg C cooler than my UD3P rev 1.0. In hwinfo64 I do show temperature's 1-6 though.
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post #11398 of 12377
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Originally Posted by iwalkwithedead View Post

If the PC doesn't freeze, bsod and just shuts completely down, my guess would be PSU, I assume you haven't overclocked anything.

Are you using Speccy to monitor temps while doing your tests?

Try using HWMonitor or HWiNFO64 this way you can monitor voltages and other temp sensors. I prefer HWiNFO64 myself because it has a little more things that I like but it's up to you.

Thats exactly whats happening, it doesnt freeze or any of that it just straight up shuts down when I load up a (for testing I used RUST, and as soon as the map comes on and you're playing, soon after it shuts down) a game, or run the 3dmark benchmark software. I have not overclocked. I used coretemp just to monitor CPU and it never got to 40C once the game was running and right before it shut down. Originally I thought that was the issue, hence why I swapped everything into a case that had 3 additional bigger fans and a T4 heatsink on that CPU.

I have access to a ZU-1000B power supply. I'm planning on swapping that out tonight.
post #11399 of 12377
20°C lower than on UD3P measured with the same method (external probe)?
If the UD3P temperatures come from HWInfo then they are not comparable.

The efficiency is probably slightly higher on UD5 and probably the PCB is slighly thicker too.
You can check the number of PCB layers from the "window" found in the lower left corner.
Make sure you measure the VRM temperature from the CPU phases (center of the VRM) and not the NB phases.
On most designs the VRM temperature sensor is placed next to the inductors so you might measure the temperature from there.

Reason not to use digital controller and their pretty much bundled drivers?
Cost.
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Originally Posted by The Stilt View Post

20°C lower than on UD3P measured with the same method (external probe)?
If the UD3P temperatures come from HWInfo then they are not comparable.

The efficiency is probably slightly higher on UD5 and probably the PCB is slighly thicker too.
You can check the number of PCB layers from the "window" found in the lower left corner.
Make sure you measure the VRM temperature from the CPU phases (center of the VRM) and not the NB phases.
On most designs the VRM temperature sensor is placed next to the inductors so you might measure the temperature from there.

Reason not to use digital controller and their pretty much bundled drivers?
Cost.

Yes it's measured with the same method. You can see on my sig rig where it's located and have one on the NB also. I'm mobile now so can't check PCB but I can say that it is much thicker than the UD3P.
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