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Motherboards with Intel processors / Z390 Designare - USB Turbocharger
« Last post by AlexS on Today at 10:13:33 am »
Hi

I'm using a  Z390 Designare
I've installed USB Turbocharger (B19.0802.1), however I don't see any way to launch the app.
I've also tried plugging my phone into all the USB sockets available (except the USB C port on the board) and nothing is happening.

I don't see much documentation on how to use this, other than I understand it primarily support Apple.

Can somebody point me in the right direction, I'm clueless.

Thanks
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Notebooks and netbooks / Re: aero 14 few problems
« Last post by stylobic on Today at 07:58:14 am »
Just to confirm that gigabyte support is nearly zero, and the product they manufacture are low quality, appeared some failure like 1 letter lost back-light, HDMI port inoperative, wifi looses signal because ribbon keeps disconnecting inside (had to open and reinstall it), power supply cracked by internal inflation or overtemp (who knows), and some key don't register time to time when typing. Warranty expired, so I decided to go for a MSI with 3 years on site international warranty.

With initial complaints that was not solved, I can say that for the price, this was a very bad investment. NEVER AGAIN gigabyte.

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Motherboards with Intel processors / Problem with GA-H55M-S2
« Last post by esc0bar on October 07, 2019, 12:16:31 pm »
Hi.

I haven't my changes to my setup (hardware,bios..etc) in last at least a month (so this is the random problem that happened suddenly):

yesterday I started my PC and everything was ok. After 10 minutes suddenly I had BSOD (cause: something about NON PAGED DATA was on blue screen). Then I shut down my pc and started it again. It ran but didnt boot anything, I just heard numerous repetative beeps (dont know how much) and the PC shut down itself. After 5 minutes I started it again:

- bios started, but my screen was totally blue (not just letters, I thing my whole screen was a bit blue-colored)
- while starting, BIOS gave message about last system crash - something about overclocked parameters (but I didnt do anything at all to my BIOS!!!) - and I entered OK
- windows did start but my screen is still kind of blue (picture in attachment).

Do you know what happened?
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After quickly playing around with the memory profiles I managed to get the system stable with the memory at 3133Mhz. Going to play around with the latency settings but it's a big step forward.
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@exclusive_muppet,
This may sound like a broken record..  but is this RAM on the QVL for the board?

Even so, knowing that this is not a matched set of 4 DIMMs could be a problem.  (Mixing memory chips)

We all hope that using non-QVL RAM which shares the correct SPECS for our boards will work, but sometimes for (a multitude) of unknown reasons they won't.  JDEC spec might not be correct for XMP profile is one of the many possibilities.  Using high quality RAM helps, and I also like corsair RAM.  This is the first time I went with G-Skill.

Sometimes a BIOS updates helps.  Of course you should test the RAM as well as faulty RAM sometimes works too, until the area that has a problem is accessed.  Not saying its faulty, but didn't see mention of testing in your post.

If the RAM is not QVL, using manual settings can also work.  AgentFXA is a expert in his own right.  His recommendations are always spot on.
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Motherboards with AMD processors / Re: SATA ports
« Last post by hisjunque on October 04, 2019, 01:50:35 am »
THANK YOU.  THANK YOU.  THANK YOU.  Best possible answer.  I did not have manual - just installation material.  I will use these BIOS inputs to support my HD trays.
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Graphic cards / Re: GIGABYTE GeForce GTX 1070 Xtreme Gaming - BIOS issue
« Last post by wokie on October 03, 2019, 10:49:45 am »
V1 version
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Motherboards with Intel processors / Re: SSD NVMe on GA-Z97-D3H it's possible?
« Last post by ze o cara on October 02, 2019, 01:32:20 am »
Greetings,
NVMe is not natively supported on Z97 (Gigabyte) boards.  This support has to be in the BIOS.

Been a while this this was discusses or asked. (Bear with me)  :P

If I recall, another forum member here added support for it in a custom BIOS. 

Ya...  regit…  https://forum.giga-byte.co.uk/index.php?topic=16870.75

Maybe reach out to him?

I personally do not use modded BIOS, but as long as you know the risks, that's up to you. 

Using Add-In cards....  Can be hit or miss.  Some might work depending on chipset, BIOS rev, and others might not.  As you said however, a boot delay is likely during the detection phase. 

I don't personally recommend personally don't use modded BIOS, but at this juncture, the Z97 is old enough now that

Thanks for your attention. Modifiyn BIOS is not my beach.
I want some people that can try modify for me.
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Motherboards with AMD processors / Re: Gigabyte X570 Aorus Master XMP profile BSOD
« Last post by AgentFXA on October 01, 2019, 11:57:50 pm »
I give you my thoughts:

1) Provided you are all on bios defaults/auto hence no oc at all even GPU - errors?
2) Max temperature CPU in range?
3) Max temperature GPU?
4) Use just 2 ram slots
5) Use 21xx ram speed - more stable?

My system took 2 weeks until 3200 ram became stable and this with HyperX 3200 Predator - until then step down/ reduce speed.

Once you found a stable setting - use that for a week.. then slowly step up







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I remember a similar issues back then with a Marvel Esata controller - sounds like this plague is still around
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