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OK, I have tried two different types/brands of ram in this 990FXA-UD7 Rev. 1.1, and I'm getting memory errors using memtest86 and memtest86+ with both. I think the motherboard either has bad ram slots, or there's some other kind of compatibility issue between this board and the Patriot and Corsair Vengence memory I've tried in it.

Has anybody else had any memory error/compatibility issues with this board? I am using the latest F10 bios, and I've tried everything at default settings (CPU/northbridge/HTT, etc.) I've tried running the Corsair Vengence DDR3-1866 CAS10 ram at SPD default, which SAYS DDR3-1600 in the bios, but then it boots up as DDR-1333 at the startup screen. I've also tried running the ram using 'profile1' setting, and it sets the ram to DDR3-1866, and it says 1866 at startup, but I still get memory errors in memtest86 and memtest86+. I have even tried swapping out my FX-8350 chip, and using my old Phenom II X2 550BE chip, and it's the same: memtest86 memory errors!

I'm going to try a different motherboard today, but I'm not totally confident it's going to resolve these memory issues. Will keep you all posted.

Manually set your timings.
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Manually set your timings.

Best advice for RAM ever. I never let a PC decide what speed, timing's and voltage's are "Stock" or "Nominal".
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Hi!

I just bought my new UD3!

Ihave problems though...

I set the fan control in bios to manual but all the fans run at max speed.

i also use a h70 pump attatched to cpu fan header.

I tried speedfan and other programs none of them worked...


EDIT: Revision 1.2
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Hi!
I just bought my new UD3!
Ihave problems though...
I set the fan control in bios to manual but all the fans run at max speed.
i also use a h70 pump attatched to cpu fan header.
I tried speedfan and other programs none of them worked...
EDIT: Revision 1.2

You can only control the CPU fan and the SYS 2 fan, the only have that have 4 pins. The rest have no control.
post #3955 of 12377
They do have control over easy tune 6. Or atleast all my headders did.
3pin ones are voltage only while the 4pin ones are PWM only.
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They do have control over easy tune 6. Or atleast all my headders did.
3pin ones are voltage only while the 4pin ones are PWM only.

The easy tune that came with my gigaboard only supported One system fan, and cpu fan. Allowed you to set a custom profile for it. Then again i probably was one of the first UD3 owners. I bought the board before bulldozer even came out. I will have to experiment by downloading the new version from the website to see if its any better than the junk that came with the board.
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Its still junk but mine let me change all the fans since I was using it as a fan controller.
Its got a bug if you have it running while you use CPU-Z or something that uses thats libary.
It will report the NB speed as the same speed as the ram.
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nothing still works... frown.gif

maybe the board had faulty fan headers or something?

i tried all headers with different fans
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Is there anyone who might have 15-30 (or even 5 maybe) minutes spare time, to help me understand a few basic concepts and answers for some "?".
Regarding in general:

Just reformated my computer, as I bought a SSD disk, as described in last post here in the club thread I'm a rookie and what I need help with, as when I search on google I just stumble over details of different oponions and different setups and so forth and if I find anyone with the same problem he has another motherboard or setup etc.

And as I'm a person who VERY EASY get stuck into details finding a very good tutorial of 90 pages of SSD-101, it easily creates the issue of reading stuff that I have no use for right now and I end up with 58 tabs in 3 clones of the browser. (and 12 hours later I'm reading about liquid cooling system setups, which I don't even have so yeah.)

What I need help with is just: Basic explanation of what to do after a SSD-disk installation, (some different questions regarding firwmare, sleep mode blah.) But mosly how to take advantage to the motherboard functions and BIOS setup correctly with my system as I don't dare to tweak without someone guide me along, and last was just more simply recomendations of what software to use along with the this MB and Hardware.

(One drive connected, placed regular HDD in the other computer shared it on network and also want to minimize the amount of software as much as possible, rather 1 good tweak program than 5.)

If anyone has time to help me with this, feel free to PM me or add me on skype, carl.lecander.

I would be mostly thankful as I wan't to learn how this stuff work, but don't want to experiment to much right now as I heard that tweak after configurations is correct regarding the SSD.
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Is there anyone who might have 15-30 (or even 5 maybe) minutes spare time, to help me understand a few basic concepts and answers for some "?".
Regarding in general:
Just reformated my computer, as I bought a SSD disk, as described in last post here in the club thread I'm a rookie and what I need help with, as when I search on google I just stumble over details of different oponions and different setups and so forth and if I find anyone with the same problem he has another motherboard or setup etc.
And as I'm a person who VERY EASY get stuck into details finding a very good tutorial of 90 pages of SSD-101, it easily creates the issue of reading stuff that I have no use for right now and I end up with 58 tabs in 3 clones of the browser. (and 12 hours later I'm reading about liquid cooling system setups, which I don't even have so yeah.)
What I need help with is just: Basic explanation of what to do after a SSD-disk installation, (some different questions regarding firwmare, sleep mode blah.) But mosly how to take advantage to the motherboard functions and BIOS setup correctly with my system as I don't dare to tweak without someone guide me along, and last was just more simply recomendations of what software to use along with the this MB and Hardware.
(One drive connected, placed regular HDD in the other computer shared it on network and also want to minimize the amount of software as much as possible, rather 1 good tweak program than 5.)
If anyone has time to help me with this, feel free to PM me or add me on skype, carl.lecander.
I would be mostly thankful as I wan't to learn how this stuff work, but don't want to experiment to much right now as I heard that tweak after configurations is correct regarding the SSD.

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Read it, memorize it. Perfect guide for newb's. It may seem long but its great. Will walk you though a full clean install of windows 7, the right way. And also teach you how to fine tune to take advantage of your new SSD while maximizing longevity.

If you end up with a more specific question post in that thread, or you can PM me unless its related directly to the Gigabyte mobo. Then post it here smile.gif
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