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just use some electric or gorilla tape. That way you don't have to wait for the nailpolish to dry haha.
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Alright, thanks for your replies smile.gif
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post #2603 of 6656
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Originally Posted by Blast View Post

I am still having issues with sleep mode wakeup, spontaneous shutdowns, and pre-bios boot looping. It has crashed 3 times since i have started writing this post.
I am running bios 9h.
2700k
UD5h
Ripjaws X 2133 CL11
4870 X2
So what is our next move?

I've got no idea. I'm hoping that somebody on here may have some words of wisdom - perhaps a similar problem? I'd really like to know if it is a faulty board or just a bug that will be fixed in an upcoming bios.
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what BIOS are you using?

F8 plus the original factory version (not sure) on the backup. The behavior is the same for each.
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I got the computer somewhat working. I think there was a short or something somewhere o.o?
I removed the board, fired it up away from metal, worked fine-ish.
Back in the case, fires up.
But the board still gives me issues. Most of the time it will hang at b2, AE, or A0 (when it hangs, I receive no video feed). On the rare occasion I receive a video signal, I go into the bios. After I am in the bios for a few minutes the computer will spontaneously lose video and my videocard fan will start throttling. (This is NOT a video card issue.)
In the event that I can't get to bios and the system doesn't hang, it will continuously go through the startup sequence on the debugger. It will get to about 72, briefly 9x (x being something I cannot see due to the shortness of it being there) and then it will start back from 15. Fans throttle during this process.

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I've got no idea. I'm hoping that somebody on here may have some words of wisdom - perhaps a similar problem? I'd really like to know if it is a faulty board or just a bug that will be fixed in an upcoming bios.

Bold added by me.

Thank you for filling in your system specs.

I assume this is the model of your ram: Model F3-17000CL11D-8GBXL. If so, and you have tested each one at a time in the slot furthest from the cpu and found no issues I guess you can rule that out. Make sure you are running it on stock or Profile 1 (no OC).

How do you know it is not a video card issue? Just the same, you may want to try running a single card and see how it behaves.
Edited by barkeater - 7/12/12 at 1:52pm
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i think that Blast should RMA his board, the short might have slightly damaged something on the board.
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F8 plus the original factory version (not sure) on the backup. The behavior is the same for each.

you are OCing right? can you try to increase the PWM settings, all except switching frequency?
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post #2608 of 6656
Hello, everyone.

My machine:
GA-Z77-D3H (he has three weeks)
Intel i5 3450 (he has three weeks)
KHX1600C9D3/4G Kingston (2 x 4GB in dual channel) (he has three weeks)
Gigabyte GTX460 OC 1024 MB.
1TB Seagate HDD, 2 x 500GB and 160GB SATA-II.
Soundblaster X-Fi XtremeGamer Fatality PCI.
Thermaltake 675W ToughtPower XT.


I have seen many colleagues have the same problem of freezing the OS Windows 7 x64. As I saw you mentioned, I have put the value at 100.10 BCLK.
I wonder if choikugi and other partners already over 1 month since I have had some say no more freezing since they made that change and also whether any parameters have changed more, or just set the BCLK to 100.10?, Hopefully that is because they have already solved the same problem I have.

Thanks and I'm waiting for you.
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Hello, everyone.
My machine:
GA-Z77-D3H (he has three weeks)
Intel i5 3450 (he has three weeks)
KHX1600C9D3/4G Kingston (2 x 4GB in dual channel) (he has three weeks)
Gigabyte GTX460 OC 1024 MB.
1TB Seagate HDD, 2 x 500GB and 160GB SATA-II.
Soundblaster X-Fi XtremeGamer Fatality PCI.
Thermaltake 675W ToughtPower XT.
I have seen many colleagues have the same problem of freezing the OS Windows 7 x64. As I saw you mentioned, I have put the value at 100.10 BCLK.
I wonder if choikugi and other partners already over 1 month since I have had some say no more freezing since they made that change and also whether any parameters have changed more, or just set the BCLK to 100.10?, Hopefully that is because they have already solved the same problem I have.
Thanks and I'm waiting for you.

I am sorry so a new BIOs fixed the freezing and you want to know if the BIOS guys changed something other than setting the BCLK to 100.1?

if your issue isn't fixed, remove the PCi sound card and tell me if that fixes your friend's issue.
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Hello,
Sorry, I forgot to mention that upgrade to version F14. And using the default values ​​the system froze. That's why I carry a day with the value set at 100.10 and seems no longer freezes. I love using the system to "suspend" in order to never have to turn the OS, and I understand that this should work, as my old motherboard was another perfectly. That is why, in my case I do not OC, I just want to work with my computer normally, without OC or anything. So I wonder if solving the problem of freezing, but I set to 100.10.
Thank you and to your waiting smile.gif
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