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Gigabyte P35-S3G
E6400 @ 3.2 ghz
Zalman 9500
2x2 gigs G.Skill PQ 800 mhz (running at 800 mhz, but sometimes I wonder if the mb doesn't use the x2 multi for RAM instead of the x3-x4 ?)
WD 500 AAKs
Samsung F3 1TB
5770 1 gig (for now, usually has the 8800 gts 512mb, and yes I uninstalled Nvidia drivers and did a clean install of the ATI, and once it boots past bios it goes into windows and runs great)

Yeah see this thread:
http://www.overclock.net/intel-cpus/...e-oc-wont.html

Basically my overclock resets each time I shut down. I have to go to bios and load safe defaults, then change all the settings before it'll boot properly. Usually if I shut down a stable 2 week run, i'll have it set at default speeds when I turn it back on and then if I go into bios and just change the settings it'll reboot after the cpu/memory display (before bios access is available) so windows isnt' the problem.


In AHCI mode the HDs don't show up in bios (but do in windows). Anyone else have any issues with gigabyte boards that can help me save my overclock and not fight with it every shut down????






Why do my hd's not show up now that I have it in AHCI mode?? Is this normal?








post #2 of 4
You have to Disable the Legacy USB Storage Detect! This is a known bug on these Gigabyte boards. Try it!

Only Enable it when you must boot from a USB device. This settings is causing the symptoms you are describing here. I have a Gigabyte GA-P35 DS3R. Same symptoms, until i Disabled the Legacy USB Storage Detect. And also heard of many other Gigabyte boards with this same bug.
Edited by turrican9 - 1/4/11 at 2:57pm
    
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Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
M500 240GB SSD for OS, 2x256GB M4's Raid0 for ... Generic Windows 10 Pro 64 Bit Asus VK266H 
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Corsair RM 750x Cooler Master Storm Scout 
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OK Thanks I'll try it now!


**** EDIT *****

Same issue, had to go into bios (after it tried the OC and reset right after displayed the processor speed but right before the memory)

I had to load defaults twice before it'd boot. Its almost like the mb isn't putting the memory at the correct speed.
Edited by CravinR1 - 1/4/11 at 3:10pm
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And now the issue is fixed

Pulled the 5770 and put in a 8800 gts

why did this fix it? NO clue

the 5770 is now back in my q6600 with no issues at all
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