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try reseat the cpu, sounds like you may just need to RMA the motherboard sadly
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Joining the club yall!!! My asrock junk crapped out after 4 days. Going back to my fav brand. GIGABYTE!
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813128541

Any comments on the integrated via audio chipset? Wondering how it will fair to the ALC898 I had on the asrock?
Edited by peck1234 - 6/10/12 at 10:19pm
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yes i have OS on 64Gb C300,the 30Gb SSD is a cache for my 500Gb WD
P.S. hopefully will get response from GB on how to disable raid screen
there will be an option in upcoming BIOSes,as of right now PLL Overvoltage is on auto (i think it's ON past 4.4 if i remember correctly)

I had to back up and reread this. This is exactly what I was asking around about a while back and no one knew if you could have OS on one SSD and use the msata SSD to cache another drive or drives.
If I understand this right, actually you would want to have the OS installed already on your boot (SSD) drive before installing the msata SSD to cache a HDD?
After a while when you get used to the speed of an SSD, a HDD seems slower than SOS. wink.gif
If you put together a full guide I'm sure it would be helpful for others. I may do this on my upcoming build.
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well since f11 bios came out i have been using it, no mouse problems so far using latest usb3 drivers

USB3_allOS_1.0.5.235_PV

it seems that finally they fixed usb mouse bugs, i have plugged to the mouse usb port in the back, next to ps2
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Ok I tried a few other things. I removed the video card and tried without that just in case the card was bad - but I got the same issue. I tried multiple configurations with the RAM - one SIMM on the farthest slot, 2 on the farthest 2, 1 on the second over from the closest to the CPU.... all with the same power down problem
Now sometimes I see 4F flash up before it shuts off. Other times I briefly see what I think is "63" or something... but it always powers off.

have you tried clearing the CMOS?

DB can be the result of many things. You did try the video port on the motherboard, correct? If it says Ab, tat is okay Ab is normal for being in the BIOS.

Perhaps something is shorting the board. It could be the board, but on both BIOS probably not.
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have you tried clearing the CMOS?
DB can be the result of many things. You did try the video port on the motherboard, correct? If it says Ab, tat is okay Ab is normal for being in the BIOS.
Perhaps something is shorting the board. It could be the board, but on both BIOS probably not.

To answer your question: Yes, I cleared the CMOS multiple times (via the button on the board). I never saw any code "ab", and even without my PCI video card (just using the onboard video) I still get the same thing.

Not sure what's shorting the board. Could it be a power switch? Hmmm... I could try a different one. I did notice that as soon as I turn on the PSU via the switch on the back, it starts up even before I hit the power button. I am not sure why that is happening.
Edited by TechieGeek2012 - 6/11/12 at 8:30am
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IMO you have tried a lot of things, perhaps RMA the motherboard, or if you can get another CPU try it out, otherwise RMA the board. Perhaps something is wrong or DOA. Stuff happens. I took a factory tour of the GB TW factory which was really cool experiences. THey said that all the high-end boards like the UD5H and UD3H are made in TW and tested to make sure they function before they are packed and shipped, and no joke they were working away. Of course some always will have issues through packaging or other things. Id just RMA it, if you are int he USA i hear good things about the GB RMA process, perhaps your retailer will even take care of you.

BTW Mandrix for CPu PLL OV function you asked a few pages back, sorry i just got back and read through the posts, listen it helps CPu OC with ivy and sandy, it is needed for high memory OC(24x and above need to enable) but Ivy Bridge can resume from S3 sleep with it enabled, but SB cannot do that, SB needs ti disabled to resume from S3 sleep. THus a lot of users have asked for it and I have repeatedly asked for it, I am told it is coming soon in a beta BIOS or something. It is currently auto engaged with any OC, however i see some users still asked where is the setting, and many SB users demand it so I have passed along your concerns.
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IMO you have tried a lot of things, perhaps RMA the motherboard, or if you can get another CPU try it out, otherwise RMA the board. Perhaps something is wrong or DOA. Stuff happens. I took a factory tour of the GB TW factory which was really cool experiences. THey said that all the high-end boards like the UD5H and UD3H are made in TW and tested to make sure they function before they are packed and shipped, and no joke they were working away. Of course some always will have issues through packaging or other things. Id just RMA it, if you are int he USA i hear good things about the GB RMA process, perhaps your retailer will even take care of you.

Perhaps Newegg would make an exception for me, but they only have a 30 day return policy, and alas, because of all the delays building this thing (it took about 1.5 - 2 months total), I am past my 30 day limit.

Yep. Newegg refused to help. No RMA for me. Looks like I'm going to have to deal with Gigabyte directly.

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Edited by TechieGeek2012 - 6/11/12 at 8:49am
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well since f11 bios came out i have been using it, no mouse problems so far using latest usb3 drivers
USB3_allOS_1.0.5.235_PV
it seems that finally they fixed usb mouse bugs, i have plugged to the mouse usb port in the back, next to ps2

lol i spoke too soon, usb bug mouse still there

this is beyond all stupidity

wow really gigabyte?
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well since f11 bios came out i have been using it, no mouse problems so far using latest usb3 drivers
USB3_allOS_1.0.5.235_PV
it seems that finally they fixed usb mouse bugs, i have plugged to the mouse usb port in the back, next to ps2

Oh god. I hope I don't have this issue. Does the USB 2.0 port work for mice at least?
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