Originally Posted by Nerdy_Novo
I've actually run memtest with just about every memory configuration i can think of. I've run it with all 4 in, with just pairs of 2 in(alternating to test every possible pair arrangement), and also with just each stick individually(have tried all 4 individually in each of the 4 slots). I've tried these setups alternating to test each RAM slot on the board. I'm still getting the memtest errors in the same test every time.
Also, when i woke up this morning, my HWmonitor had a high temperature for tmpin0,tmpin1, and tmpin2 of 86*C for all of them. Voltages and fan RPMs didn't jump up this time though. Only thing i can think of is that it's just having problems with sensors. idk.
I'd recommend a RMA if memory still isn't stable.
The sensors are very
buggy,weird bc I have never had a mobo that did this. Had a high reading in tempin0:76C,tempin1:85C,tempin2:69C.,also a FANPWM1(CPU) of 12,053 & a VCORE @ 2.11v. If the chips on the board were to actually get that hot,you would definitely get a burnt smell and or bricked motherboard. Gigabyte needs to fix this with a bios update...Edited by Heavy MG - 3/19/11 at 1:03pm