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Nope, haven't even connected the eSata socket, i only have a sata 2 hdd with a sata 3 ssd, 2 memory sticks at 1.5 1333, the i7, 1 usb mouse, 1 usb keyboard, the lan cable and a pair of 2.1 speakers, i use the onboard video for the moment. Those are all the connections to the motherboard. Will start tinkering a bit today since i can't contact support in the weekend. Any more advice is always welcomed. Thanks for helping me.
Forgot about the fans, i have 3 3pin fans connected to the mb.

1333 RAM?
What exactly was your problem? Random lock ups in BIOS/Windows? I did run into a few problems with 1333 RAM when I had to borrow 4GB off a friend, it would just lock up every so often redface.gif
 
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1333 RAM?
What exactly was your problem? Random lock ups in BIOS/Windows? I did run into a few problems with 1333 RAM when I had to borrow 4GB off a friend, it would just lock up every so often redface.gif

Hey thanks for answering, the memory is 1600 yet in bios it shows 1333, should i up the speed and see if i get any errors? would that be a cause?

The problems started with that sound i heard from under the cooler, it's a humming sound like a coil noise but when i removed the cpu fan and started it without the sound almost was gone, it was still there but not that loud, if i would've started the rest of the case fans i most probably wouldn't have heard it.

After updating to the latest bios though i started getting a lot of 0x1a bsods pointing at the memory.
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Hey thanks for answering, the memory is 1600 yet in bios it shows 1333, should i up the speed and see if i get any errors? would that be a cause?
The problems started with that sound i heard from under the cooler, it's a humming sound like a coil noise but when i removed the cpu fan and started it without the sound almost was gone, it was still there but not that loud, if i would've started the rest of the case fans i most probably wouldn't have heard it.
After updating to the latest bios though i started getting a lot of 0x1a bsods pointing at the memory.

Yes, manually set the timings also.

Also make sure the CR (Command Rate) is set at 2 as this is easier to achieve stability with. (it is used at stock).
Assuming you're using the Geil Black dragon in your sig rig you shouldn't need a voltage bump on the IMC but you might like to try that also.

I had a quick look at the Geil Black dragon specs, you might want to manually enter the voltage to be sure that it's getting the juice it needs! smile.gif
 
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here are the timings I used for 2600mhz with samsung green on UD5H and UP5: Yea try this:
10
12
12
25
Auto
6
6
12
Auto
8
147
6
27
T1
Auto
Auto
7936
69
5
5
4
4
6
3
6
5
5

Hey Sin, what voltages did you use for that setup?
Stock imc voltage I assume, but what vdimm?
I'd like to know before my 3770k gets here this Friday... rolleyes.gif
Thanks!
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Yes, manually set the timings also.
Also make sure the CR (Command Rate) is set at 2 as this is easier to achieve stability with. (it is used at stock).
Assuming you're using the Geil Black dragon in your sig rig you shouldn't need a voltage bump on the IMC but you might like to try that also.
I had a quick look at the Geil Black dragon specs, you might want to manually enter the voltage to be sure that it's getting the juice it needs! smile.gif

Used the xmp profile and they bumped right up to 1600 with the stated timings at 1.5. One of them ran 7 passes on memtest, the second one got 24 erros in 1 minute. Guess it's faulty and i should send it back right? I've hopefully found the reason to those many bsod's, the noise is still there though, i'll have to think some more on that. Thanks again for the help.
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Used the xmp profile and they bumped right up to 1600 with the stated timings at 1.5. One of them ran 7 passes on memtest, the second one got 24 erros in 1 minute. Guess it's faulty and i should send it back right? I've hopefully found the reason to those many bsod's, the noise is still there though, i'll have to think some more on that. Thanks again for the help.

Nice! Yes, sounds like a dodgy stick. Send it back smile.gif

As for the whine.. I really have no idea sorry.. rolleyes.gif
 
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@ Sin:
One of my UD5H boards code readout is constantly displaying "03" after booting into Win 7. Only recent change(s) is F9q then F10 bios, and to enable sleep in Windows.
Could you ask the good folks at Gigabyte what, if anything, this means? This code isn't in the manual, and previously it always displayed "A0" after booting. No problems I'm aware of, but still.........

Thanks.
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@ Sin:
One of my UD5H boards code readout is constantly displaying "03" after booting into Win 7. Only recent change(s) is F9q then F10 bios, and to enable sleep in Windows.
Could you ask the good folks at Gigabyte what, if anything, this means? This code isn't in the manual, and previously it always displayed "A0" after booting. No problems I'm aware of, but still.........

Thanks.

Strange, mine displays 03, but only when booted into Linux. In Windows 7, it's always A0.
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After 3 hours of prime95 on blend the system is stable, the temps though got up to 68 on one core, is it a bit too much? and the noise is still there tongue.gif
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@ Sin:
One of my UD5H boards code readout is constantly displaying "03" after booting into Win 7. Only recent change(s) is F9q then F10 bios, and to enable sleep in Windows.
Could you ask the good folks at Gigabyte what, if anything, this means? This code isn't in the manual, and previously it always displayed "A0" after booting. No problems I'm aware of, but still.........
Thanks.
If I remember correctly, mine usually reads A0, but it seems to read 03 after it has been to sleep at least once. I assumed (perhaps incorrectly) that the 03 meant that the last state had been a 03 sleep state.
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