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Just to clarify...  You have display and can enter BIOS when you have a single 2gb stick of RAM inserted?

What CPU model and what speed LPX memory kit are you using?  Is the LPX memory on the QVL for your board?  Also, anything above 2133Mhz is not guaranteed to run without OC.   
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Hi,

Has anyone sucessfully installed ahci on windows 10. For me its going to the circle of dots and then stops. The amd sata drivers are installed plus the registry changes done too ..

Boots fine with sata type as ide, but not with sata type as ahci,

Also i can boot into windows with ahci enabled

Might try resetting the bios.

Can you revert to the Microsoft AHCI driver or try a different version of the AMD driver? Is it possible that the registry settings you changed were for the MS AHCI driver?

If you have the appropriate drivers installed, you might be able to use the jmicron GSATA ports on your board  - this would give you a bit of flexibility while you experiment with the settings for the regular SATA ports.

Robert
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Motherboards with Intel processors / Re: GA-X170-EXTREME ECC , BIOS f20, USB bug
« Last post by lude on May 15, 2017, 01:23:35 pm »
Can I receive an answer please?

This spam is wearing out my SSD.

Am I the only one with this bug after F20 BIOS was flashed?
Is this a hardware defect?

Don't worry I won't sit this out, I have 6 more months of warranty remaining

p.s. CAPTCHA still annoying af
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39" panasonic television and a 32" samsung I have used. Used VGA with no adapter, HDMI with no adapter and DVI but that was using an adapter to then go into the televisions HDMI. I've tried every combination with both integrated graphics and the graphics cards. No signal on both televisions.

thanks for the swift reply,

CC
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Graphic cards / Low fps on the gigabyte gtx 1060 OC 6gb.
« Last post by Grosserstream on May 15, 2017, 11:05:19 am »
Hello everyone,

My pc is running all games I have tried at really low fps. I reinstalled my drivers but still no luck and this is all on a clean install of windows 10.

I have vsync off, I get around 70-90 fps on league of legends max setting but here's the weird thing when i lower my settings to the lowest possible I still get the same fps no change at all. It is not capped. I have also tried minecraft and again i only get around 80-90fps max settings. I really don't understand what is wrong but any help would be greatly appreciated!.

My specs:
CPU: AMD FX-8120 Eight Core Processor
Mobo: Gigabyte GA-880GM-USB3
Ram: 12GB (some sort of generic RAM)
PSU: Corsair CX600
OS: Windows 10

CPU temp: 30.3C
GPU temp: 58C
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Hi,

Has anyone sucessfully installed ahci on windows 10. For me its going to the circle of dots and then stops. The amd sata drivers are installed plus the registry changes done too ..

Boots fine with sata type as ide, but not with sata type as ahci,

Also i can boot into windows with ahci enabled
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What about your display.  What it is and are you using any adapters? 
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Hello,

I am fairly new to the hardware side of computers but I believe I've done everything right in this scenario.

My setup is:

A corsair 750w power supply (which I have tested and know is good)
a EX-GTX1050TI-4G graphics card (also been checked)
a z170mx gaming 5 rev 1.1 (no bent pins)
a Pentium processor stated on the bios f5 update as compatible (in order to update the bios in order to support skylark i5 7500 later)
1 stick of 2gb crucial ram (compatible and used again to allow me to configure the bios to use vengence lpx ram 2 x8gb)

I have two of these boards now due to complications in delivery but both produce the same error when attempting to post/boot. The machine powers on (no beep) fans run graphics card fans spin (then shut off due to low heat) then nothing. No visual output on any connectors both intergrated on the z170 or from the 1050ti. the manual states the the rev 1.1 defaults to the PCI express x16 when booting but nothing. tried both with and without the card and have tried ram in slots 1 and three but to no success.

When I start the board without a CPU it presents the 5 beep no CPU error code so I'm presuming the board itself is fine.
Any one have any ideas, any help appreciated as this was not exactly cheap.

Many thanks,

CC
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Did you skip the Z170 platform in favor of a Z270 chipset with SGX support?  At this point a Z270 based board is a better investment in the long run ;) 

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Motherboards with Intel processors / Re: Z77X-D3H: USB 3.0 down
« Last post by shadowsports on May 15, 2017, 01:39:02 am »
Are you running windows 10?
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