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I just recently upgraded from Sandy to Haswell, because my Asus P8P67 Pro went POOF and took the 2500K with it. RIP.

And now I'm getting all kinds of goofy problems. I couldn't run four Vengeance 1600MHz CL9 DIMMS without getting random BSODs. The weird thing is that the computer was 3h Prime95 blend stable and the next day I get a BSOD trying to boot up, FFS. Then I got my Corsair H80i and I won't even go into the problems I had with it (this one is not Gigabytes fault). And now there's the fan control of the M5.. Apparently I can't control my 3pin fans with the CPU header, but I sure can with my SYS header, what is up with that? Also I can't use my Ducky Shine II in the BIOS since the BIOS somehow reads all kinds of keypresses randomly from my keyboard. If I try to browse through the different settings they will change their value as I go along...

This was a bit of a rant, but I expected more from a 190€ motherboard. The Asus P8P67 Pro was able to do all these things and that thing cost me only 140€.

That being said, I would be very grateful if someone had some input on these problems smile.gif

Current setup (I haven't updated the rig yet..)

4670K
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4 x Corsair Vengeance 1600MHz CL9 1.5V XMP
it seems that sometimes people need to bump their IMC voltages to get 4 DIMMs running well, try like +0.1 to +0.15 on the System Agent and VCCIO A and D.
The fan header on the CPU fan is a PWM (4-pin header) but on the rest they are all voltage controlled(3pin), that is why it works on all the other headers, because on the CPU header its looking for a PWM signal to control fan speed but there isn't one.
The keyboard thing needs to be looked into.
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it seems that sometimes people need to bump their IMC voltages to get 4 DIMMs running well, try like +0.1 to +0.15 on the System Agent and VCCIO A and D.
The fan header on the CPU fan is a PWM (4-pin header) but on the rest they are all voltage controlled(3pin), that is why it works on all the other headers, because on the CPU header its looking for a PWM signal to control fan speed but there isn't one.
The keyboard thing needs to be looked into.

Thank you for your input! smile.gif

I will try increasing the voltages you specified and I will report back.

The problem with SYS headers is that they are tied with a motherboard temperature instead of CPU temperature. Is there somekind of third party software that I could use to achieve CPU dependant fan speed?

I tried googling for the keyboard problem and seems like I'm the only one with this problem..
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You can try to set up SpeedFan, but I think it was incompatible with higher end GB boards.
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Thank you for your input! smile.gif

I will try increasing the voltages you specified and I will report back.

The problem with SYS headers is that they are tied with a motherboard temperature instead of CPU temperature. Is there somekind of third party software that I could use to achieve CPU dependant fan speed?

I tried googling for the keyboard problem and seems like I'm the only one with this problem..
Have you tried the CPu OPT header
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it seems that sometimes people need to bump their IMC voltages to get 4 DIMMs running well, try like +0.1 to +0.15 on the System Agent and VCCIO A and D.

Hmmm... wouldn't XMP solve this issue?

As to the other issues I think Sin and other have that covered. I'm just curious about that voltage bumping. Incidentally I've got four dims installed and running @ 1866 no problems with XMP enabled.

Thanks
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Hmmm... wouldn't XMP solve this issue?

As to the other issues I think Sin and other have that covered. I'm just curious about that voltage bumping. Incidentally I've got four dims installed and running @ 1866 no problems with XMP enabled.

Thanks

XMP doesn't alter those voltages, only the DDR voltage, some CPU's have IMCs that don't need the bump, but some others need it.
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XMP doesn't alter those voltages, only the DDR voltage, some CPU's have IMCs that don't need the bump, but some others need it.

So, I guessing the Haswell processors don't need this bump. Just curious why you gave that advice. I recognize your skill and knowledge as I've read a few of your writings so I'm not arguing, just trying to learn.

Thanks
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So, I guessing the Haswell processors don't need this bump. Just curious why you gave that advice. I recognize your skill and knowledge as I've read a few of your writings so I'm not arguing, just trying to learn.

Thanks
Just certain haswell CPUs need the bump, this platform is only for haswell. No worries, you can keep asking questions biggrin.gif
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post #1549 of 1890
Yeah I know this one is for Haswell as I've got the G1 Sniper 5. Love my board BTW.

Anyway I'm running the i7-4770K so I guess mines don't. BTW if I were to bump, where would this be? And do I disable XMP for said bump?

Thanks.
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Have you tried the CPu OPT header

Worked like a charm, thanks! smile.gif
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Originally Posted by Sin0822 View Post

it seems that sometimes people need to bump their IMC voltages to get 4 DIMMs running well, try like +0.1 to +0.15 on the System Agent and VCCIO A and D.
The fan header on the CPU fan is a PWM (4-pin header) but on the rest they are all voltage controlled(3pin), that is why it works on all the other headers, because on the CPU header its looking for a PWM signal to control fan speed but there isn't one.
The keyboard thing needs to be looked into.

I tried those voltages from +0.1 to +0.18 and it certainly took more time for the memtest to get errors, but the problem still persists. The only thing that stopped the errors altogether was to drop memory clock from 1600MHz to 1333MHz or 1400MHz. Also I took a little video from the BIOS, I will upload it at some point.

EDIT: What is the CPU-Z northbridge value? I thought it was for ringbus frequency but I've set ringbus to 3.4GHz and in the CPU-Z it says 4GHz for northbridge.
Edited by Tuxi - 3/27/14 at 4:08am
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