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post #11 of 19
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I don't think raising nb voltage is what I need. Also my bios is up to date, so?
Sounds like faulty RAM then. Try purchasing a dual channel Kingston set (supposedly Kingston RAM corresponds with our mobos better). Also try resetting your BIOS to factory settings. Other than that maybe your mobo is faulty

Also, you aren't being very open-minded for someone who has asked for help... These guys are offering you advice (IE raise your NB Voltage) but you are retorting that you don't think it is what it needs. Who knows?
post #12 of 19
Its your RAM. Either you haven't set the voltages properly or its faulty. It happened to me few weeks ago. One of the sticks had hundreds of errors.
post #13 of 19
Sounds like timings and voltage not right . Or bad ram or mobo. great more ram try it if the other ram works u know the problem. Look @ the srtick of ram says the timings on it and voltage , I never could get ocz ram to work on x58 but thats a diffent story.
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Memory management is 95% of the time a driver problem, just say'ing.
     
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Can you get a hold of a different set of ram for testing?

I had a friend who just could not get his G.Skill ram to work with his Gigabyte board. Bought some Super Talent and the issues went away. A spare set of ram will quickly give you more information.
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post #16 of 19
Hey guys, I fixed it by raising the dram voltage 15mV. It was 1.5 now it's 1.515.

Thanks for the replies everyone.
post #17 of 19
Memory management can be a memory problem at times as well. Driver problem seems to make sense though, I got some memory managements during the first few weeks I ran the SLI hack with two GTS 250s.
post #18 of 19
Ryan I have been having this same issue. However I found out that after running MemTest86+ v4.20 I only get errors on my memory while running with 16GB of RAM and with any other combination of the RAM up to 8GB of RAM all my sticks of Memory work fine. My Motherboard is rev 2.1. I worked with G.Skill on memory settings for timing, voltage, etc. I eventually convinced Gigabyte to RMA the board after having to test each individual stick of memory with MemTest86+ in each memory socket. All 4 sticks pass in all 4 slots. When I RMA'ed it I emailed Gigabyte after a couple weeks wondering where or what status my RMA was in. In about 2 days time I received a email saying my board had been shipped. No details on the motherboard or what had been done. So I sent them a nasty gram. Stating that I wanted to know what happened to the board. They said it was test and that they had found a failed component. After I got the RMA back I put the machine back together thinking it was working fine. I opened the box to see that the RMA info in the box was about the same as the email I got saying it was coming back. All I noticed was a F.O.C. on the paper work which I believe stands for Failed On-board Component (At least I hope). After running my machine for about two days with 5 VMs running and playing some games I thought it was stable however after returning from work it had crashed again. I decided to run the same tests I did prior to the RMA and I was getting the same issue I saw prior. I am going to try and replace the board with a ASUS M4A88TD-V or a MSI 890FXA-GD65. I will let you know how it goes. I have a 850W power supply Phenom II x6, 16GB of G.Skill Ripjaw (F3-1066CL9D-8GBRL) 4x4 bought in matched pairs. I don't know if you still have this board but I have not been impressed with this board or Gigabytes extraordinarily poor Tech Support. Please involve the customer Gigabyte.
post #19 of 19
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Ryan I have been having this same issue. However I found out that after running MemTest86+ v4.20 I only get errors on my memory while running with 16GB of RAM and with any other combination of the RAM up to 8GB of RAM all my sticks of Memory work fine. My Motherboard is rev 2.1. I worked with G.Skill on memory settings for timing, voltage, etc. I eventually convinced Gigabyte to RMA the board after having to test each individual stick of memory with MemTest86+ in each memory socket. All 4 sticks pass in all 4 slots. When I RMA'ed it I emailed Gigabyte after a couple weeks wondering where or what status my RMA was in. In about 2 days time I received a email saying my board had been shipped. No details on the motherboard or what had been done. So I sent them a nasty gram. Stating that I wanted to know what happened to the board. They said it was test and that they had found a failed component. After I got the RMA back I put the machine back together thinking it was working fine. I opened the box to see that the RMA info in the box was about the same as the email I got saying it was coming back. All I noticed was a F.O.C. on the paper work which I believe stands for Failed On-board Component (At least I hope). After running my machine for about two days with 5 VMs running and playing some games I thought it was stable however after returning from work it had crashed again. I decided to run the same tests I did prior to the RMA and I was getting the same issue I saw prior. I am going to try and replace the board with a ASUS M4A88TD-V or a MSI 890FXA-GD65. I will let you know how it goes. I have a 850W power supply Phenom II x6, 16GB of G.Skill Ripjaw (F3-1066CL9D-8GBRL) 4x4 bought in matched pairs. I don't know if you still have this board but I have not been impressed with this board or Gigabytes extraordinarily poor Tech Support. Please involve the customer Gigabyte.
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