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Originally Posted by kikkomaster View Post

Hello, can anyone help im having problems getting gigabyte gtx 980ti G1 to boot on this motherboard.

First boot after bios reset gets me to bios, but as soon as i save and reboot it goes to boot loop, endlessly restarting itself and shutting down.

The card works flawlessly on my older computer, and so did my previous card on this board.

I have the newest bios flashed but still same problem occurs.

Any ideas?

Problem seems to be solved!

It was my PSU ( corsair hx 750i) cables that caused this weird issue, if i plugged both 8 pin cables like i normally do, it would not boot.

However gigabyte had a 8 pin to 2 x molex cable included in the package and after plugging that, and normal cable from psu it worked!

On my old rig with weaker psu it worked without the molex cable...that's very odd.

Anyway im very happy the problem is solved after hours of frustration smile.gif
post #2262 of 2477
Hello,

I have ran into a major issue just today with the board not wanting to POST. There are no beeps and the POST code reads 64. However, I does not even get to the initial POST info about pressing a key to enter BIOS, initial part scan, memory, etc. It just hangs immediately after power up. I can confirm power is going to the board same as usual so it's not a PSU issue and the video card is powered on, at least the eVGA LED light is on.

Just wondering if anyone had advice on troubleshooting as it seems to be either a dead CMOS battery or video card despite power going to them as usual. I have the latest BIOS and everything was working just fine yesterday, just today it won't POST at all.

Thanks for any advice.
post #2263 of 2477
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Originally Posted by HiTekJeff View Post

Hello,

I have ran into a major issue just today with the board not wanting to POST. There are no beeps and the POST code reads 64. However, I does not even get to the initial POST info about pressing a key to enter BIOS, initial part scan, memory, etc. It just hangs immediately after power up. I can confirm power is going to the board same as usual so it's not a PSU issue and the video card is powered on, at least the eVGA LED light is on.

Just wondering if anyone had advice on troubleshooting as it seems to be either a dead CMOS battery or video card despite power going to them as usual. I have the latest BIOS and everything was working just fine yesterday, just today it won't POST at all.

Thanks for any advice.

I think the same happens to me when putting in a newer GPU
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post #2264 of 2477
Hi Guys,
Situation is strange but a friend of mine gave me a faulty Computer, with many great components, but it gets very often BSOD. The computer I used for few months, but i was getting angry at these random stuff, but I spent the last 2/3 days learning, learning and learning but it's hopeless. I was a total newbie and learnt so much to create boot things, change bios, etc etc.

Config :
RAM : Corsair 64GO 8x8
CPU 1 : Intel Xeon E5 2689 Sample
CPU2 : Intel Xeon E5 2689 Sample
Motherboard : Z9PE-D8 WS
GPU : Nvidia Geforce GTX 285
HDD : Samsung 250 Go SSD
cooling for CPUS : Z liquid cooling solutions

It shows Q-Code 66, so memory related and does MEMORY MANAGEMENT BSOD, or Kernel Power 41 63.

RAMS are coming from a working machine (

What I TRIED :

- I removed the GPU from slot 1 to slot 3
- I tried Memtest84+ with all situations I could : Trying on A1 each RAM : flawless
- I tried Memtest84+ with all situations I could : Only ONE CPU, TWO CPU, with 2, 4, 8 rams and all the time gets random bad red stuff happening.
- I changed the natural Speed of Mhz Ram ( which was 800 for one, and 667 for 7) to 1600, then manually 1600, or 1333
- I moved the natural speed of Mhz Ram to 10-10-10-24 and 2-T, or 1-T regarding the config.
- I S.M.A.R.T. all the hard drives
- I tried Intel processor Diagnostic Tool Test : Flawless for both CPUS
- I tried the Intel Extreme Tuning Utility : 5 minuts with memory : Failed / 5 minuts of processors : linpack stopped working.
- Changed the BIOS to the newest one.
- checked all the Ventilators to see.

Actually I have only one CPU with 2 rams on A1 B1, 1T, and it's pretty stable but still showing.

Any idea would help me a lot..

How can I troubleshoot more ?

VOLTAGES :
zmyo_13898165_10157183943355291_1538179496_o.jpg


I was about to start putting the VSA a little bit more up, what are your advices guys ?
Edited by kolkata - 8/1/16 at 4:57am
post #2265 of 2477
Things that come to mind are: Check the PSU perhaps? What model of PSU are using? Try a clean install of the OS? I'd try a clean install first, unless the PSU is under-powered. From your set up, I'd figure you'd need at least 650W.
post #2266 of 2477
Hi Spdaimon,
Thanks for the reply.

I guess the PSU is not in cause, it's a be quiet! Dark Power Pro 1200W.

I'll try to install a new Windows 10 maybe on a new hard drive, let's see what happens..

On Windows 7, the 66 Code pops up here :
h7lv_13918538_10157185131450291_1927054625_o.jpg

I tried to install windows 10 on an another hard drive, i Get error 22.

But as the memtest86+ at boot does errors, it's not really into the OS I guess..

ANOTHER THING IS, my RAM ( vengeance 8x8Go Kit ) is NOT ECC, maybe that's the problem !
I need maybe to try ECC Memory before...
I am with only one CPU now, i removed the second one.. but that's like this, it looks strange and does errors even with one PUC
Edited by kolkata - 8/2/16 at 3:27am
post #2267 of 2477
22 showing on the Q-code? Thats normal. I'm using Windows 10, 64GB of PNY DDR3-1866 and I am getting random Memory Management or other memory errors myself it seems. I had it set to FORCE 1600..going to try it set to AUTO and see what happens. I haven't tried Memtest 86+ yet. I've tried turning off NUMA but that didn't seem to help. Working through many of the same problems you are. rolleyes.gif
ECC might help, but I don't think its necessary. If you are getting errors with Memtest 86+, then its not the OS. I missed that when you said it. I've tried looking at the memory voltages too, I just set them manually to 1.5v (stock voltage). Board reports 1.492 or something before.
post #2268 of 2477
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Originally Posted by kolkata View Post


ANOTHER THING IS, my RAM ( vengeance 8x8Go Kit ) is NOT ECC, maybe that's the problem !
I need maybe to try ECC Memory before...
I am with only one CPU now, i removed the second one.. but that's like this, it looks strange and does errors even with one PUC
I suspect your memory is the problem. Random BSOD's can often be because of faulty memory. Test each stick on it own. Also run Memtest86+ on each stick by itself.
post #2269 of 2477
Anyone has this : CORSAIR VENGEANCE 8x8Go Non ECC RAM ?
Ref : CMZ64GX3m8A16000C9


I guess it's probably more the Sample Engineering CPUS..
post #2270 of 2477
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Originally Posted by kolkata View Post

Anyone has this : CORSAIR VENGEANCE 8x8Go Non ECC RAM ?
Ref : CMZ64GX3m8A16000C9


I guess it's probably more the Sample Engineering CPUS..

If you need some cheap EEC memory try here, I got my CPU and memory here
http://www.natex.us/Samsung-8Gb-M393B1K70DHO-CKO-64Gb-Kit-p/64gb-m393b1k70dho-cko.htm
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