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I pretty much only use my front panel (I game with headset) and have no static issues. Could it be the cases front ports actually causing the issues?

Could be, but I use the rear ports for my 5.1 system and front just for headphones. I read another report of it and someone said to wrap the cable in metal tape and then rubber tape. I am using the same case as my last board and it did not have the issue, but the cable was run differently in the case before because of a completely whacked out placement for the connector on the last board.
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post #1352 of 3633
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Same my splash screen is so fast and my monitor is so slow I usually use the gobios button. Why don't you use the gobios?
I use gobios button but nothing change, entering BIOS system freeze.
post #1353 of 3633
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Same my splash screen is so fast and my monitor is so slow I usually use the gobios button. Why don't you use the gobios?
I use gobios button but nothing change, entering BIOS system freeze.

Does this happen for both your "A" & "B" BIOSs? If one works and the other does not, then maybe you need to reflash the bad one. Also try to get it back to default first. Not sure which "F" key, but manual will tell you if someone on here does not first.
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post #1354 of 3633
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First time I have heard of that problem on here. Bummer. You probably need to RMA that board....

Yeah i am gonna RMA the board i am just so pissed it happed.
post #1355 of 3633
When i unplug the cable from my LAN port the green en yellow light stay on. I can ping my loop back address and i can ping my own ip but nothing else on my network. Does anyone have other advice how i can resolve this issue with out RMA. I did put back my old z77a GD65 board and my LAN is working fine again.
post #1356 of 3633
are all your chipset drivers up to date? and try and uninstall all your old drivers from the gd65..thats most likely the problem
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post #1357 of 3633
yes all the drivers are up to date and i updated the bios. I did that even before i installed the new board. I uninstalled all the old drivers even the utils that cames with the GD65. I even did a clean install of windows to test but can't fix the issue.
Edited by KEL888 - 12/24/12 at 3:55pm
post #1358 of 3633
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yes all the drivers are up to date and i updated the bios. I did that even before i installed the new board. I uninstalled all the old drivers even the utils that cames with the GD65. I even did a clean install of windows to test but can't fix the issue.

check to make absolute sure (if you can) that your memory timings are correct, my Dominator platinum's kept pitching a fit and locking everything up until I did this. Also anytime I had a bad o/c the BIOS would hang as well.... the only way I could get rid of it and reset to defaults was to boot with the O/C Genie button pushed, then turn off and un-press the O/C Genie button.
post #1359 of 3633
Weird but ok. Well since i got the board i haven't done any extreme OC with it. I just used the OC Genie. So from what i could see is the timings are what they should be with the XMP setting enabled.
I just saw the memory are slightly more overclocked then to my old board. When i check CPUZ on the old board they ran on (800) . But with the new board they run on (804). Even on everthing stock the OC Genie disabled the issue is still there.
post #1360 of 3633
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Weird but ok. Well since i got the board i haven't done any extreme OC with it. I just used the OC Genie. So from what i could see is the timings are what they should be with the XMP setting enabled.
I just saw the memory are slightly more overclocked then to my old board. When i check CPUZ on the old board they ran on (800) . But with the new board they run on (804). Even on everthing stock the OC Genie disabled the issue is still there.

This is because the standard Bclk for this board is 100.5. You need to put in 100.00 manually for your memory to run at stock speed.
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