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Good morning, first thing i do not know if this post is here,

I have a P6xd58d-e and I have a problem: when I run some game, like WoW or Cod the PC has black screens and needs to be restarted. I checked everything (ram, psu, cpu and no problems .. etc) Well I got to update the bios of the board (0502) I could have played this last day without problems.. and my question is.. Is it possible that not to update the bios was producing the restart of the computer?

CPU i7 930 ( no oc)
Memory: Corsair 1600 3x2
Graphics: GTX 580 ( no oc)
PSU: 700W Tacens
HD: 1 tb caviar
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Originally Posted by naxodark View Post
Good morning, first thing i do not know if this post is here,

I have a P6xd58d-e and I have a problem: when I run some game, like WoW or Cod the PC has black screens and needs to be restarted. I checked everything (ram, psu, cpu and no problems .. etc) Well I got to update the bios of the board (0502) I could have played this last day without problems.. and my question is.. Is it possible that not to update the bios was producing the restart of the computer?

CPU i7 930 ( no oc)
Memory: Corsair 1600 3x2
Graphics: GTX 580 ( no oc)
PSU: 700W Tacens
HD: 1 tb caviar
It is very possible being that is an old BIOS and the newer ones produce better stability. I would honestly update your BIOS to the current one. Follow these steps using Asus Update and check in again. Make sure you go to the Asus website and get the BIOS from them, Asus update doesn't always like to show the latest one.http://www.overclock.net/faqs/41764-...sing-asus.html
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Having an odd problem. Last week I noticed that only 4GB of my 6GB was being recognized by my mobo (build isn't new). I messed around with a few things and eventually fixed it by reseating the RAM. Everything was fine for about a week, and again today it is showing only 4GB of RAM. I will reseat them later today to see if that fixes the problem again, but I'm starting to wonder what the underlying issue is?

Anyone have any ideas? Last week I tried each dimm in slot 1 and confirmed that all RAM sticks register fine individually, and like I said I had all 3 registering after I reinstalled the sticks. But I'm not sure why the problem has returned a week later.

EDIT: CPU-Z reports 6GB the entire time.
Just quoting what is written in the first post of this thread. Other then what is covered there I'd check each stick individually for errors using Memtest 86+.

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Originally Posted by kckyle View Post
RAM NOT WORKING? OR ISN'T DISPLAYING THE CORRECT AMOUNT? READ BELOW.

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Originally Posted by xmisery

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This thread is a basic troubleshooting guide users who have memory detection issues.

For example the motherboard is only detecting 4 GBs instead of 6 GBs or 8 GBs instead of 12GBs.

This issue is fairly common on Intel X58 based systems and affects all brands of motherboards. X58 is Intel's first platform with the memory controller built into the CPU. Good contact between the CPU and the socket pins is very important and bad contact is usually the cause of "missing" memory as well as other causes listed here:


Poorly fitted CPU cooler ( too much tension, not enough tension, uneven tension)

Fix: Adjust tension of aftermarket cooler, Test with stock cooler, reseat CPU and cooler.

*Most people fix the problem just by reseating the cpu and cooler*


Bent CPU socket pins. (damaged board, poor installation, poor cooler tension, uneven pressure etc)
Fix: Inspect CPU socket for bent pins, some users have been able to straighten the bent pins and solve the problem. Otherwise if its too badly damaged you might need to RMA the board. (Note: Asus might refuse RMA if bent pins were caused by user)


Faulty ram

Fix: Test each stick individually( in slot A1) to see if it boots. Run memtest. Test with another memory kit if possible.


Insufficient voltage

Fix: Set "Dram bus voltage" to 1.64v (or whatever your memory spec says) and set QPI/Dram voltage to max 1.35v (Max 1.35v is recommended for users with 12 Gigs and/or running at speeds of 1600Mhz or higher. If running under 1600Mhz with 6 Gigs you may only need 1.25v QPI/Dram voltage. Another option is to set XMP profile in the bios.


Wrong windows version:

Fix: Some new builders are unaware of limitations using 32 bit Windows. Windows 32 bit can only recognize and address under 4 GBs of system memory. Install 64 bit version of windows.


Short Circuit: (with some aftermarket coolers/cases)
Fix: The backplate of some aftermarket coolers touch the motherboard tray causing a short circuit. Test with stock cooler or make adjustments.


Faulty motherboard

Fix: Least likely cause but if all other fixes have been tried RMA the motherboard


Some notes for people using 12 Gigs of memory.

12 Gigs of memory is only supported at 800-1333Mhz. Some users can run 1600Mhz successfully with some voltage tweaking but 1333Mhz is the max supported speed using 12 gigs.

I hope that helps. If anyone wants me to add something let me know.

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Hello trying to get 4.2ghz on my 950. What are the recommended qpi IOH ICH voltage?

is LLC not recommended? and what is the pros and cons betweeen LLC and Offset voltage?
There is some controversey over using LLC or not. Search the forum for LLC and you will see a number of very long threads where it has been hotly debated. IMO with the way my board handled LLC I don't see any problem in using it. Sometimes I do and sometimes I don't. Do some reading and make up your own mind on it.

Offset voltage is just a different kind of voltage control where you add voltage to stock VID rather then outright set the voltage. Nothing at all wrong with using it. On this board the Offset voltage is used to gain the full powersaving features of speedstep and C1E. For some reason the powersavings stuff is linked to the offset voltage setting.

Recomend for 4.2 ( http://www.overclock.net/8435147-post157.html)
QPI/Dram Core voltage can/will vary greaty- ~1.335v
IOH - ~ 1.12v
ICH - ~ 1.20v


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Originally Posted by naxodark View Post
Good morning, first thing i do not know if this post is here,

I have a P6xd58d-e and I have a problem: when I run some game, like WoW or Cod the PC has black screens and needs to be restarted. I checked everything (ram, psu, cpu and no problems .. etc) Well I got to update the bios of the board (0502) I could have played this last day without problems.. and my question is.. Is it possible that not to update the bios was producing the restart of the computer?

CPU i7 930 ( no oc)
Memory: Corsair 1600 3x2
Graphics: GTX 580 ( no oc)
PSU: 700W Tacens
HD: 1 tb caviar
I don't think that you could contribute too much of that to the old BIOS. If so when everybody was running that BIOS the problems would have been widespread. Although if you have some setting that wasn't stable at all before and now with new BIOS is marginally stable.....

Black screen while gaming just really makes me think GPU or PSU. When it black screened did you try to alt-tab out of it to 2D or control-alt-delete- to bring up task manager. Just thinking it might be a driver crash. Which that could be unstable overclock on the card or card overheating. Have you updated to the latest drivers for the 580. Could have swore I remember reading that the drivers when it first came out were rather glitchy for it. PSU would be harder to diagnose.
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I don't think that you could contribute too much of that to the old BIOS. If so when everybody was running that BIOS the problems would have been widespread. Although if you have some setting that wasn't stable at all before and now with new BIOS is marginally stable.....

Black screen while gaming just really makes me think GPU or PSU. When it black screened did you try to alt-tab out of it to 2D or control-alt-delete- to bring up task manager. Just thinking it might be a driver crash. Which that could be unstable overclock on the card or card overheating. Have you updated to the latest drivers for the 580. Could have swore I remember reading that the drivers when it first came out were rather glitchy for it. PSU would be harder to diagnose.
When black screen appers i need to manual reboot (The sound continues working), the black screen is not with all games , i have the last drivers ( 266.58). I am thinking of changing the psu and if it follows the black screen suppose that the problem will be of the graphical card not?
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its cpu vcore i had that issue and raising vcore made it stop happening.
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its cpu vcore i had that issue and raising vcore made it stop happening.


These are the voltages and temperatures after playing WoW for about 15 minutes, That it should do with the vcore?. my I7-930 does not have OC.
Edited by naxodark - 3/2/11 at 11:37pm
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Is it nice my cpu vcore 0.94v? o you recommend to raise it? Or some another idea?

Thank you.
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Set the voltage to auto if you haven't?
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If it's all stock that .94v is just the power savings stuff kicking in and dropping the voltage. Doubt it's the CPU voltage at stock.

GPU voltage on the other hand... Try giving it a bump and turning up the fan speed. If that doesn't do it I'd try a different PSU. That can be a pain though if you don't have one sitting around or know someone that you can borrow one from.
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Sig. computer refuses to start the monitor. I checked everything I know of except the mobo and cpu. Reseated all memory, video-cards, cpu. Tried one video-card at a a time in different slots. Hooked up my spare monitor.
It starts up as normal, just no picture at all.
Any ideas?

I just tried it again before taking it to the only comp. tech I know. Damn thing fired right up.
I have never, ever had anything like this (spontaneous self-repair) happen before.
Any ideas what may have caused this? All I really did was reseat everything and reapply TIM. Gonna give it a good cleaning out while its open. If I can find a can of air.

Died again. Tried everything in a back-up and everything's good but the PCI-E slots are just a little bit dead, though. Time to see if ASUS' warranty service is working better than I've been hearing lately.
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