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My whole life has been a lie.
No fears. The sun will yet shine another day. biggrin.gif
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No, it just reverts to default settings (not the same as loading optimized defaults though).
Check the version with any utility such as cpu-z before and after a CMOS clear and you will see. thumb.gif
Of course if the original version was never changed, that's another thing. biggrin.gif

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Haven't tried that. Wouldnt want to mess with bios downgrades as this is going to be sold to my best buddie and I wanted it fixed.
Changed 4 different bioses to no avail. Every time the pc stays around 7-8 hour shut down, it never manages to boot with the first time. I have to shut it down, and power it on again, it says taht it didnt boot so I get into bios and simply restart. It boots every time with the second try. I changed psu, it didnt change anything, I tried another graphics card, the same, ran memtest86 and no probs, ofcourse I cleared the cmos many times. I began to suspect the motherboard battery, but its only been 3 years and the system does not lose its bios settings. 96 code every morning....damn!
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I just ordered this board. Will I see a noticeable improvement from my current asrock p67 extreme4 B2 revision like better OC results, more stability and performance ?
    
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Changed 4 different bioses to no avail. Every time the pc stays around 7-8 hour shut down, it never manages to boot with the first time. I have to shut it down, and power it on again, it says taht it didnt boot so I get into bios and simply restart. It boots every time with the second try. I changed psu, it didnt change anything, I tried another graphics card, the same, ran memtest86 and no probs, ofcourse I cleared the cmos many times. I began to suspect the motherboard battery, but its only been 3 years and the system does not lose its bios settings. 96 code every morning....damn!

If it is really driving you crazy you could strip it down to just the basic components (ram, power, cpu) and pull the board out of case and put on cardboard. See if it boots clean from there
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I just ordered this board. Will I see a noticeable improvement from my current asrock p67 extreme4 B2 revision like better OC results, more stability and performance ?

The Sandy didn't seem to benefit from this board as much as the Ivory's did, but still a solid board. Kind of getting old though
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If it is really driving you crazy you could strip it down to just the basic components (ram, power, cpu) and pull the board out of case and put on cardboard. See if it boots clean from there
Thats what I am gonna do. Either way I was going to take it out from the case beacause it is already sold and I hope the change of case and the new assembly will be a "shock " for the modo and start to behave as always. I am trying to comprehend the cold morning loop and I can only imagine contraction of the pci contacts on the board due to the low temps. Lets see....
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I will try to overclock my CPU at 4.8 GHZ at least this evening when I get home. Are there any guides for Z77 OC'ing with sandy bridge ?
BIOS is way too different from my old Asrock board. I don't know half of what does options mean. I could really use some help. How can I set my CPU voltage to be dynamic ?
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Hi i have a problem with my pc i am running a 3770k (stock) on UD3H, last week my friend had trouble with his ram sticks (corsair vengeance), so i took them and put them in my ring to run MemTest
after i put my ram back again pc start doing reboot loops i reseat my sticks with power off and then was ok, today while browsing i had unexpected shut down (like you put power out) and reboot loops
i checked the debug code and it was 51
This time i cleared Cmos Run MemTest (0 erros).
Is my mobo dying or its CPU problem?

Edit:Now its working but if that happens again what i should do ?

Thanks in advance.
Edited by hht92 - 1/28/16 at 4:20am
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Hi i have a problem with my pc i am running a 3770k (stock) on UD3H, last week my friend had trouble with his ram sticks (corsair vengeance), so i took them and put them in my ring to run MemTest
after i put my ram back again pc start doing reboot loops i reseat my sticks with power off and then was ok, today while browsing i had unexpected shut down (like you put power out) and reboot loops
i checked the debug code and it was 51
This time i cleared Cmos Run MemTest (0 erros).
Is my mobo dying or its CPU problem?

Edit:Now its working but if that happens again what i should do ?

Thanks in advance.


I have same CPU and Mobo here are a few ideas:

Reseat a single stick of ram and try running with a single stick of ram in the first slot. Then try the second, third, and fourth slots to see if you have a bad ram slot. Try loading optimized defaults within the bios and see if that helps.

Try installing a fresh windows on another harddrive and run on that for a few days to see if it wasn't a corrupted driver (I have had BSODS from corrupted display drivers)


If all else fails, I found using the Beta Bios (version F20e) helped me substantially with ram stability. The overall system seems more stable as well. I got it from here http://forums.tweaktown.com/gigabyte/28441-gigabyte-latest-beta-bios.html. I am not sure if this could void a potential future RMA using this bios though but you may be out of the RMA period anyway.

I've had the 51 code before many times and it was either my display driver or my ram, I don't get it anymore after switching to beta bios, swapping my kingston hyper x for 30nm greens and getting rid of my junk radeon 7970 for a gtx 770. I am not sure which of these fixed it but I used to get a lot of BSODS. Now I hardly ever get them.
Edited by Vario - 1/28/16 at 6:20am
    
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