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But not stable on IBT
Edited by onurbulbul - 9/25/16 at 2:02am
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But not stable on IBT

I think it's still a bit warm for such low voltage, but it's certainly much better than before. I guess i should have suspected that you have water cooler... Hurricane's advice was good.
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They are a bit toasty indeed and i remember seeing similar temps with my Gaming G1 board when i was pushing 1.35v though the CPU/NB.. so there is definitely something off here. How is your case airflow?

Is it an old board or did you buy it brand new? If the last one applied i would return this board ASAP and get an Asus board... trust me, you are going to be A LOT more happy.

I see that your DIMM voltage is too low, try to set it at 1.65V in BIOS.
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They are a bit toasty indeed and i remember seeing similar temps with my Gaming G1 board when i was pushing 1.35v though the CPU/NB.. so there is definitely something off here. How is your case airflow?

Is it an old board or did you buy it brand new? If the last one applied i would return this board ASAP and get an Asus board... trust me, you are going to be A LOT more happy.

I see that your DIMM voltage is too low, try to set it at 1.65V in BIOS.
I've bought it two months before. I can't do that now.
Look 4.3Ghz same volt seems like stable.
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From the CPU fan I made this setup for vrms. Will see if it will effect temps
I've post some pic.
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It's stable on OCCT but not IBT. Could someone tell me why?
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It's stable on OCCT but not IBT. Could someone tell me why?

They are different stress tests. It could also be prime stable but not OCCT stable. It just differs..
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I've bought it two months before. I can't do that now.
Look 4.3Ghz same volt seems like stable.

Well, if your board isn't performing and you have problems with it they have to give you a new board after you returned this one... Obviously its not working like it should so if i were you i would contact your retail store about this and demand refund and get Asus board ASAP.

There is no fix for Gigabyte crappy BIOS nor vrm over heating problems.. over a year ago there was a guy in this forum that had similar problems with Gigabyte boards.. they throttle like mad and he tried everything but nothing really helped, its just hard coded in the board itself. Because of Gigabyte's incompetence more and more people having trouble with their boards and end up selling it and buy Asus instead..

You can do something with the vrm's but its only temporarily and you blow up your board in pretty short order.. so my advice would be to get a different board from Asus which is within your budget and you are happier than ever before. Personally i would go for the Sabertooth R2.0 but if you have the money for it R3.0 is even better but that all depends on preferences.

btw, your DIMM is still reporting 1.488v.. set it to 1.65V in BIOS. That also can cause instability.
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Well, if your board isn't performing and you have problems with it they have to give you a new board after you returned this one... Obviously its not working like it should so if i were you i would contact your retail store about this and demand refund and get Asus board ASAP.

There is no fix for Gigabyte crappy BIOS nor vrm over heating problems.. over a year ago there was a guy in this forum that had similar problems with Gigabyte boards.. they throttle like mad and he tried everything but nothing really helped, its just hard coded in the board itself. Because of Gigabyte's incompetence more and more people having trouble with their boards and end up selling it and buy Asus instead..

You can do something with the vrm's but its only temporarily and you blow up your board in pretty short order.. so my advice would be to get a different board from Asus which is within your budget and you are happier than ever before. Personally i would go for the Sabertooth R2.0 but if you have the money for it R3.0 is even better but that all depends on preferences.

btw, your DIMM is still reporting 1.488v.. set it to 1.65V in BIOS. That also can cause instability.
First of I really wanna thank you for your time. I will try to give it back if that is possible. I am using my memories at xmp profile so it's at recommended setting even like that should I set it to 1.65v ?
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First of I really wanna thank you for your time. I will try to give it back if that is possible. I am using my memories at xmp profile so it's at recommended setting even like that should I set it to 1.65v ?

No problem man thumb.gif

Yes, your ram is designed to run at 1.65V, sometimes Gigabyte boards need a little more voltage in BIOS in order to get 1.65V in Windows.

Here is the post i found for you about the vrm throttling: http://www.overclock.net/t/1023100/official-gigabyte-ga-990fxa-series-owners-thread-club/5090

This guy spend A LOT of time in these boards and Gigabyte simply refuses to answer him or are simply incompetent on making a decent board..

I am sure as hell never buy Gigabyte ever again...

Good luck with returning your board man, i really hope they will help you because the incompetence of Gigabyte is becoming the most taxing to say the least...

If you have any problems with returning the board, feel free to post about your conversation with your retail store, perhaps we can help you since this problem has to be dealt with shortly and swiftly.
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