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post #1 of 24
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Sometimes after one hour,and sometime after 10 minutes,my system freezes,and my screen looks like this:



More information on my system:

Asus M4A89GTD PRO
Phenom X2 550 @3.1Ghz not overclocked
VGA set @ UMA+Sideport in bios-so usng onboard vga
all voltage controls except DRAM voltage are set to auto
DRAM is Corsair Dominator DDR3,TW3X4G1600C9D 1600MHZ(set @ 1600mhz,and 1.8V worked fine one my previous gigabyte gmt785-ud2h board).

CPU-temp 28 celsius
Chipset temp-31 celsius,everything sounding perfect except it freezes

1. First time it froze while unpacking a rar file,which wasn't very large.

2. time whilw browsing the web.

It passes small ftt's and normal stress testing in prime

Please Help!
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post #2 of 24
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Still have problems with this motherboard,or it's onbord GPU

A freeze happens while watching a Flash video on a full screen,it just happens and it's over,have to push the reset button in order to work again.

What I have done from past freezing problems,I have updated bios and drivers,all to it's newest versions,but this didn't help either.

It only doesen't freeze when I load "setup defaults" and start from there on...


I have Corsair dominator memory @ 1600,and it need s to be set manually at 1.8V.latency is 9-9-9-24

The systems puts dram voltage only to 1.5 V if it is set to defaults,and thats too little

So here's the picture of the screen!






Your opinions guys??
Edited by corsmem - 5/18/10 at 11:54am
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post #3 of 24
Damn, that looks horrid...Sucks, man. The problem is that this board is so new that not many people know how to solve your problem. Have you checked the Asus forums and have you called their customer support?
post #4 of 24
That looks aweful... I'd say check your volteges in like cpu-z or something and see if something is too high. IIRC, ddr3 memory is only supposed to handle a max of 1.65v. Lower your voltages to that and see if you still have a problem. Other than that, i'm not sure. Try a bios update maybe?
post #5 of 24
Looks like a problem with the on-board vid processor to me... Or, even though you stated that 1.5v on your ram is too low... Most, DDR3-1600 sticks are running on 1.6v - 1.5v.

Mine, run on 1.5v!

So you might want to try playing with your voltages.

Also; if you have an extra (cheap) video card, try disabling the On Board video and use a Video Card... see if the problem persists!

Lastly, are you sure you have the On-Board video configured correctly in the BIOS?
     
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post #6 of 24
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Originally Posted by corsmem View Post
A freeze happens while watching a Flash video on a full screen,it just happens and it's over,have to push the reset button in order to work again.
I missed this part...

It sounds oddly familiar to a problem that I had recently...

Does it do that, the picture you posted... get all garbled and static like that? When you're watching a Video it does that for a split second, then the system locks up, or blue screens and reboots?

Mine was doing this, you'll note my sig Rig, we have similar components.

I discovered the cause was the ATI drivers on my Sapphire 5850; would cause a video to crap out the system when using MSI Afterburner to overclock my 5850.

My system did almost the exact same thing. when watching a video, the image would suddenly turn to static, the entire screen... then it would either lock up, or more usually blue Screen and force a reboot.

What solved it, was to disable the overclock profiles on my 5850!

Given that you're using On board, and not a 5850... then I can only guess that it maybe has something to do with your ATI Catalyst Drivers. Do you get any error reports when the system boots back up?
Edited by cjc75 - 5/18/10 at 3:18pm
     
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post #7 of 24
Quote:
Originally Posted by corsmem View Post
It passes small ftt's and normal stress testing in prime
For how long?

To adequately test with Prime95, you need to run the program for 3 - 5 hours! If you get zero errors after that, then you're stable!

I usually test using Prime95 in blend mode.
     
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OSOSOSMonitor
DOS 3.0 on 5½ Floppy Disk!! Atari BASIC on 24k ROM!! Atari BASIC Cartridge!! Samsung 32" LCD Television 
KeyboardAudio
Built-In Television Audio! 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
AMD Phenom II x4 940 Black Edition @ 3.65Ghz MSI K9N2 SLI Platinum eVGA GTX 275 @ core 735/shader 1575/ram 1387(2774) OCZ Reaper HPC PC2-8500 DDR2-1066 @ 800mhz 
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Atari 1050 5½ Floppy Disk Drive Atari 1050 5½ Floppy Disk Drive Atari 1010 Cassette Deck Tape Drive One 12" A/C Desk Fan. 
OSOSOSMonitor
DOS 3.0 on 5½ Floppy Disk!! Atari BASIC on 24k ROM!! Atari BASIC Cartridge!! Samsung 32" LCD Television 
KeyboardAudio
Built-In Television Audio! 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
AMD Phenom II x4 940 Black Edition @ 3.65Ghz MSI K9N2 SLI Platinum eVGA GTX 275 @ core 735/shader 1575/ram 1387(2774) OCZ Reaper HPC PC2-8500 DDR2-1066 @ 800mhz 
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post #8 of 24
Come to think of it, this does sound like a gpu problem. Check the gpu clocks in gpu-z. I believe the stock clock for that chipset is 700mhz. Also, check and see if your gpu is "oc'ed" in the bios. This might actually be the real issue here.
post #9 of 24
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Originally Posted by Behemoth777 View Post
Come to think of it, this does sound like a gpu problem. Check the gpu clocks in gpu-z. I believe the stock clock for that chipset is 700mhz. Also, check and see if your gpu is "oc'ed" in the bios. This might actually be the real issue here.





All the GPU clocks are at the stock settings.There are futures for GPU boost in BIOS,but they are disabled.Also there are a few options for GPU settings.They are:

UMA
SIDEPORT
UMA+SIDEPORT(this is default,and using additional SIDEPORT memory,which is working @ 1333)didn't tweak this memory clock
Edited by corsmem - 5/19/10 at 5:57am
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Hard DriveOSMonitorKeyboard
WD750JJALS caviar black Windows 7 64-bit Samsung P2350 Logitech G15 
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post #10 of 24
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Quote:
Originally Posted by cjc75 View Post
For how long?

To adequately test with Prime95, you need to run the program for 3 - 5 hours! If you get zero errors after that, then you're stable!

I usually test using Prime95 in blend mode.
3 hours

and it only freezes on flash movies,not even in games,or other apps
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Phenom X2 550 Asus M4A89GTD Pro Onboard 4290 4GB TW3X4G1600C9D phenom memory 
Hard DriveOSMonitorKeyboard
WD750JJALS caviar black Windows 7 64-bit Samsung P2350 Logitech G15 
PowerCaseMouseMouse Pad
Kamariki 650W plug-in Antec Three Hundred Sharkoon Fire Glider Sharkoon rush series 
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Phenom X2 550 Asus M4A89GTD Pro Onboard 4290 4GB TW3X4G1600C9D phenom memory 
Hard DriveOSMonitorKeyboard
WD750JJALS caviar black Windows 7 64-bit Samsung P2350 Logitech G15 
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