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Originally Posted by Sin0822;14065775 
Guess what I got in the mail today???????? GIGABYTE sent me one of their care packages, with posters, and pens, and lanyards, and the drum roollllll please, a GIGABYTe mini RC helicopter! it flys sick haha, a nice desk toy!

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Nice! I got a go oc 2010 t shirt from Gigabyte but they've forgotten about me since then...
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haha that is a nice tshirt, i have two GB polos, but i haven't known them that long!

They also sent like 6 posters, a bunch of marketing stuff, pens, and like to lanyards, but I mean i am not putting up those posters, hahaha. I do enjoy their effort though, and i might actually put the OC board poster up.


my favorite thing i have gotten from them is the RC helicopter, but I also really like the OC board, and the G1 boards, and the blue GB table cloth
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Thanks ezveedub.
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post #2824 of 3827
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Originally Posted by Milamber;13812828 
Anyone tried the UD5 Rev 1 latest BETA BIOS? Mine says Verifying DMI Pool data for like 30 secs!

Sorry, I meant to reply to you on this issue a while ago and got busy and lost your post!

This is VERY often caused by the 1, 2, 3 boot order settings, more specifically having CD/DVD drive set as the first device in that 1, 2, 3 order. I suggest you set HDD, Nothing, Nothing and then use F12 to boot from CD/DVD or USB, ect. That will solve the DMI pool hang most of the time
    
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Originally Posted by Garland1964;14067595 
Latest progress.

Few days ago by mistake I have lowered Vcore to 1.29375. In addition I installed latest chipset driver (over the top). I couldn’t find how to uninstall old ones. Can you please advice proper installation of the chipset drivers?
Another thing, proper way of clearing the CMOS is by, at the back of the motherboard by pushing the button??? Or better to remove the battery and put the jumper on positive and negative.
I thought the problem is fixed. During the two days, the system was shut down for 12hrs (each day). Cold boot O.K.
Third day computer switched off for 24Hhrs. Cold boot problem. Bumped voltages – No good. Setup exactly the same settings from Mr. Strawberry’s template http://www.overclock.net/10881153-post839.html - no good.
I have went through two posts:
http://www.overclock.net/intel-cpus/851067-official-i7-950-overclockers-club-read-11.html
http://www.overclock.net/intel-cpus/834207-i7-950-oc-questions-3.html
After this my knowledge is a bit higher but more confused. Very nice explanation about CPU’s Sin0822.
In my understanding the i7-950 requires more power than 920, 930. Am I right? But I don’t understand if you switch off the system for 12hrs is O.K. but after 24hrs I have a cold boot problem. Can you please give some advice on this?
I have prepared a new setting according to one of the post above. I have noticed that the 950, it’s better to use 23 x and lower BCLK. Could you please amend those figures according to your knowledge?

CPU Clock Ratio............................[23 X]
CPU Frequency .............................4.02GHz (175x23)

QPI Clock Ratio*...........................[ x36 ]
QPI Link Speed* ............................6300GHz
Uncore Clock Ratio.........................[ x16 ]
Uncore Frequency...........................2880MHz

Base Clock (BCLK) Control*.................Enabled
BCLK Frequency (MHz)*......................[ 175 ]
Extreme Memory Profile (X.M.P.).........Disabled
System Memory Multiplier (SPD)..........[ 8.0 ]
Memory Frequency (MHz).....................1400
PCI Express Frequency (MHz)...............[ 100 ]

LoadLine Calibration......................................................[ Level 2 ]
CPU Vcore.......................................1.11250V...............[ 1.29375V ]
QPI/VTT Voltage.............................1.175V...................[ 1.315V ]
CPU PLL..........................................1.800V...................[ 1.860V ]

PCIE......................1.500V...............[ 1.500 ]
QPI PLL................1.100V...............[ 1.100V ]
IOH Core...............1.100V...............[ 1.220V ]
ICH I/O..................1.500V...............[ 1.800 ]
ICH Core................1.100V...............[ 1.240 ]

Thanks

I would try setting uncore clock ratio to 17x and lowering ICH I/O to 1.56v , your IOH core voltage also seems a little high for this moderate overclock , try lower that . Also - what is your DRAM voltage , and what RAM ?
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post #2826 of 3827
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Originally Posted by ElGreco;14068255 
Hi,

I am thinking on watercooling my X58A-UD7 Rev.1 and dont really like the idea of adding more restriction to my wc loop by using the default northbridge waterblock.

Instead I am thinking of using this one:
http://www.aquatuning.de/product_info.php/info/p5965_MIPS-GIGABYTE-EX58-Extreme---UD7-Fusionblock-Nickel.html

It is much cheaper than the full waterblock, with less work to do and probably does the job better than the default waterblock...

Any ideas about it?

Thanks!
For whoever is interested, I just got an answer from MIPS, the manufacturer of the above mentioned waterblock and...

My Question:

"Dear Sir or Madam,

concerning your products with ID MCH1052 and MCH4052, I have the following
question:

Are these 2 products compatible with Gigabyte motherboard GA-X58A-UD7 Rev.1?
Which one of the above mentioned products has better heat
dissipation/performance?
"

Answer by MIPS:
"many thanks for your request.
yes both blocks are compatible with your board.

the differnce is only the style, cooling performance is the same on all 4
blocks we have.
"


... I hope some of you find this info useful!
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post #2827 of 3827
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Originally Posted by ElGreco;14157312 
For whoever is interested, I just got an answer from MIPS, the manufacturer of the above mentioned waterblock and...

My Question:

"Dear Sir or Madam,

concerning your products with ID MCH1052 and MCH4052, I have the following
question:

Are these 2 products compatible with Gigabyte motherboard GA-X58A-UD7 Rev.1?
Which one of the above mentioned products has better heat
dissipation/performance?
"

Answer by MIPS:
"many thanks for your request.
yes both blocks are compatible with your board.

the differnce is only the style, cooling performance is the same on all 4
blocks we have.
"


... I hope some of you find this info useful!

I have the EK UD7 Rev1 full mobo waterblock set. I just have to install it, but the previous owner had no issues with it. They are not that expensive either, at least from PPCs.
     
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Originally Posted by ezveedub;14160123 
I have the EK UD7 Rev1 full mobo waterblock set. I just have to install it, but the previous owner had no issues with it. They are not that expensive either, at least from PPCs.

If you already have it, then of course you will use it... smile.gif

I refer mostly to owners like myself, who have not a block yet and prefer a more easy/clean installation of a rather less expensive solution (1/2 up to 1/3 of full block price). Here in Europe the full w/b costs 110-130 euros while the mips solution is only 40e.

By the way, If i had a case with better airflow, most robably, I would not even think of watercooling my mobo... that is about to become obsolete frown.gif
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Originally Posted by ElGreco;14160898 
If you already have it, then of course you will use it... smile.gif

I refer mostly to owners like myself, who have not a block yet and prefer a more easy/clean installation of a rather less expensive solution (1/2 up to 1/3 of full block price). Here in Europe the full w/b costs 110-130 euros while the mips solution is only 40e.

By the way, If i had a case with better airflow, most robably, I would not even think of watercooling my mobo... that is about to become obsolete frown.gif

Wasn't sure where u were. For US peeps, the UD7 block is $99USD.
     
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Originally Posted by ezveedub;14161262 
Wasn't sure where u were. For US peeps, the UD7 block is $99USD.

Well, here in Europe everything related to watercooling is sometimes even 50% more expesive than in USA. Even wc products manufactured in Eu can be more expensive...frown.gif
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