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any reason you use a disk rather than usb to install for OCing rigs?
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post #1492 of 3836
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any reason you use a disk rather than usb to install for OCing rigs?
No, just not had the time to do so. I have so many flash drives now it's hard to keep track of them until I label them.
I will tell you this though, for USB 2.0 may Mushkin is by far the fastest.
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post #1493 of 3836
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have you tried load optimized defaults? have you ran each stick of ram through memtest? I have the same ram you do and i have no problems with it, mine is cas 9 though not cas 8. i had the problem you are talking about, like sometimes i tried to load into windows and it would bluescreen or crash, happened to be ram, faulty ram is a problem(its was OCZ ram), btw if you are trying to run 1600mhz with stock qpi/vtt its not going to happen, you need at least 1.2v qpi/vtt to run ram at 1600mhz.
I have loaded defaults and I'll see how it boots. I suspected that MAYBE my ram would be causing it, so I'll go through each setting and see which one is causing it if optimized settings work.
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no no i mean optimized defaults, there is an option that is defaults, then there is another option that is optimized defaults.
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no no i mean optimized defaults, there is an option that is defaults, then there is another option that is optimized defaults.
That's what I meant, optimized defaults.

Now I completely reinstalled windows and kept only the bare essentials plugged in. Now it boots normally!!!!! Just gonna install each driver one by one and test each time just to make sure!

Hopefully this works thanks for your input guys
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That's what I meant, optimized defaults.

Now I completely reinstalled windows and kept only the bare essentials plugged in. Now it boots normally!!!!! Just gonna install each driver one by one and test each time just to make sure!

Hopefully this works thanks for your input guys
Be sure to load your INF drivers and run all of the Windows updates prior to loading the accessory drivers and various software.
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News from EK waterblocks

FB block for Gigabyte GA-X58A-UD7 (rev2.0) - 17/11/2010
We are developing new water block kit for Gigabyte GA-X58A-UD7 (rev2.0).
Block will be available after December 1st.


Looks like EK will finally release the Rev 2 water full board block in time for stocking suffers.
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I thought may be I was not doing it right as well, but several times it booted a little differant so I could tell it was shorting but never got far enough to get into BIOS.
I not too worried about it, i was getting ready for a benching contest but not a priority.
I hope they tell me what is wrong though I doubt they will.
Ahh ok, well if you noticed a difference then you probably did it right. You did try to hit END or DEL as soon as you saw any screens right, and then released the short?

They will probably just reflash the BIOS, that's probably all that's needed.

Did you take it apart and check things at all like you mentioned? Just wondered if you did yet, maybe it's a burned mosfet or something?

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No, just not had the time to do so. I have so many flash drives now it's hard to keep track of them until I label them.
I will tell you this though, for USB 2.0 may Mushkin is by far the fastest.
Mushkin USB drives are for sure FAST!!

Look at these install times of Windows 7 onto a C300 from a 8GB Mullholland

    
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Ahh ok, well if you noticed a difference then you probably did it right. You did try to hit END or DEL as soon as you saw any screens right, and then released the short?

They will probably just reflash the BIOS, that's probably all that's needed.

Did you take it apart and check things at all like you mentioned? Just wondered if you did yet, maybe it's a burned mosfet or something?



Mushkin USB drives are for sure FAST!!

Look at these install times of Windows 7 onto a C300 from a 8GB Mullholland
Yeah I did a pretty through exam of the board so If I could provide more information to Giga to speed things up but I didn't find anything.
Still a chance I was doing it wrong.
Shipped it this morning but Turkey day is going to play a factor so maybe while before it returns.
I think my Wy 64 bit install from my Muholland drive is about 12-15 minutes but I have never timed it.
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Ahh well good luck on a timely RMA, too bad the holidays will get in the way a little bit.

What Mullholland do you have?

Those are time results from my C300 review, I was amazed at how fast I could install W7 from these USB's, and I didn't even have the USB formatted right (64K Cluster) at that time.

I'd like to format a SSD like USB once, and put the windows installer onto it, then install from SSD to SSD and see how fast that is

Just haven't got around to it yet, but I think it's possible.
Edited by lsdmeasap - 11/20/10 at 11:28am
    
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