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@mus1mus I'm trying. Nothing helps. I put in higher and higher timings, gave it 1.45v upped DRAM Termination even VCORE SOC, nothing helps. It just doesnt want to go past F9 on 3200Mhz.


The funny thing is that after 3 reboots it boots into Windows to 2400Mhz.

When I reboot into the Bios, the settings are still there though. It does not overwrite my profile setting.


Since 2933Mhz works, I tried with the BCLK to set the memory to 3133Mhz. Now I'm getting an E6 error.

Resetting the bios.

If that fails, I can only point that to the chip.

What happens if you disable XMP?
post #392 of 1566
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It's only rebooting to the backup BIOS when I was trying to apply the higher ram speeds. It's not otherwise
Ah, that is OK then you don't need to exchange the motherboard. Did you get the two red USB ports working?
post #393 of 1566
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Ah, that is OK then you don't need to exchange the motherboard. Did you get the two red USB ports working?

No, I can't fathom what's going on with those USB ports. If I plug any type of keyboard/mouse device into them they don't work, otherwise they work fine for usb sticks etc. I'm not suggesting the ports have fried or anything like that, it seems like some really odd bug confusedsmiley.png
post #394 of 1566
got a gaming 5 question about the bios. it should be the same for the K7. the bios is kind of limited and i can't see where to change the blck. it appears to be locked. is it just me?
post #395 of 1566
Got a question for anyone using a K7.

I am using G.Skills Trident Z RGB 3000Mhz kits (16-18-18-38) and I am having trouble getting it to run at rated. If I can get it to boot in at 2933 using the XMP profile it's rock solid. Had a 8 hour gaming session on GTA 5 no crashes. But when I restart or turn it off it will fail on boot and default back to 2000Mhz.

Is anyone else having this problem with these kits? Also if you have got it stable what settings am have you used? It's driving me mad because I know it's fine once I get into windows it's just getting it there!

I am running the F2 bios at the moment although I see the F3b is out. Can anyone confirm if this is more stable for memory overclocking?

Thanks Frank.

Also in answer to the previous post I think the Bclk feature is K7 only. I think it's locked on the Gaming 5.
post #396 of 1566
Look back at my post in the previous page and see if that helps.
post #397 of 1566
Hey guys. Got a question for you. Anyone tried the Corsair LPX 3000Mhz 16GB RAM sticks on this board? Do they work ok? Can they be overclocked?
post #398 of 1566
Gaming series all are lacking a bclk generator, so you cannot control the bclk setting. The current K series (K7, K3 and coming K5) all have what Gigabyte calls TurboClock gen (external clock generator) that allows you to change the bclk setting.
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got a gaming 5 question about the bios. it should be the same for the K7. the bios is kind of limited and i can't see where to change the blck. it appears to be locked. is it just me?
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post #399 of 1566
New Official BIOS F3 is already listed but download link is still not working.
post #400 of 1566
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New Official BIOS F3 is already listed but download link is still not working.

I was just about to post this smile.gif
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