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GA-890FXA-UD5: BSODs in Windows

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Re: GA-890FXA-UD5: BSODs in Windows
« Reply #15 on: February 16, 2011, 03:21:31 pm »
No I never got around to trying for 1600MHz. I let the bios do the default settings for MHz which was 1333 then I changed the timing to fit manufacture spec.

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Re: GA-890FXA-UD5: BSODs in Windows
« Reply #16 on: February 16, 2011, 03:43:28 pm »
Have you tried totally clearing CMOS and starting again?
I know it seems like you're going backwards but it seems strange that everything was working OK for a couple of months and then started playing up.

When faced with your situation I would bite the bullet and start over.
I would  strip the build down to the bare minimum, CPU, 1 stick of RAM, GPU, then re-flash BIOS with the F6 version.

Load Optimised defaults save then go back into BIOS and set the SATA controllers: ON Chip SATA Controller - Enabled; On Chip SATA Type - AHCI; Onboard GSATA/IDE Ctrl - Enabled; Onboard GSATA/IDE Mode - IDE, and disable things such as Floppy Drive, the Full Screen LOGO show etc. On my own system I also disable the Serial and Parallel ports, e-SATA ( I don't have any e-SATA devices) and On-board sound ( I have a dedicated sound card).

Once I had done that I would then attach the HDD or SSD to SATA port SATA3_0 and the SATA DVD/CD drive to GSATA2_7 and try re-installing the OS again. (Actually, I do not use the DVD/CD Drive to install the OS as I use a USB Pendrive these days, but I still attach the DVD/CD drive)
« Last Edit: February 17, 2011, 09:19:43 am by absic »
Remember, when all else fails a cup of tea and a good swear will often help! It won't solve the problem but it will make you feel better.

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Re: GA-890FXA-UD5: BSODs in Windows
« Reply #17 on: February 16, 2011, 04:00:47 pm »
The only thing I may not have done is Reset CMOS.
I will try re-flashing BIOS.

Currently this is how my system is setup.
Video card PCI-E 16_0
HDD SATA3_0  Set to AHCI
CD Drive GSATA2_6 set as IDE
Ram in DDR3_0
CPU

Under integrated Peripherals I have literally turned everything off once Onboard GSATA/IDE Mode is set unless I am using a USB Pen drive to install then I would turn on the USB Controller. Just to make sure nothing is conflicting. Floppy drive is off and Full screen Logo is off.

I have literally been toying with this thing for weeks. Slightly frustrating, somewhat fun, a little annoying. I am thinking I have probably exhausted most of my options once I have re-flashed and Reset CMOS. Unless you can think of anything else. I will go ahead and get the RMA process for the processor started since in my head that just looks like the highest candidate.

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Re: GA-890FXA-UD5: BSODs in Windows
« Reply #18 on: February 16, 2011, 04:05:14 pm »
I know exactly what you mean.

Personally I wouldn't Disable the USB Options in BIOS but I can understand why you believe this may help.

Just another thought, have you tried a different keyboard and mouse? Sounds silly but I one completely rebuilt a system only to find out it was a faulty mouse causing me all of the problems.  That was an expensive lesson.
Remember, when all else fails a cup of tea and a good swear will often help! It won't solve the problem but it will make you feel better.

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Re: GA-890FXA-UD5: BSODs in Windows
« Reply #19 on: February 16, 2011, 04:26:17 pm »
I will try anything at this point maybe even some Peanut butter and jelly. ;)

I will let you know what happens after I trying these few things. I have had a few mouse and keyboard stories myself.  ;D

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Re: GA-890FXA-UD5: BSODs in Windows
« Reply #20 on: February 17, 2011, 12:53:32 am »
I will try anything at this point maybe even some Peanut butter and jelly. ;)

I will let you know what happens after I trying these few things. I have had a few mouse and keyboard stories myself.  ;D


post everything or is better a screenshot of your voltages in bios AND the whole page of RAM settings


I think you have enabled, the CKS training...  (is it CKS or CSK?)

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Re: GA-890FXA-UD5: BSODs in Windows
« Reply #21 on: February 17, 2011, 03:37:43 am »
Sorry for the lack of Pics. Not sure how to take screen shots as I don't have a camera handy. here is a list of everything present from the MB Intelligen Tweaker.  Sorry for my horrible spelling mistakes. ;) Let me know if you need anything else.
CPU Clock Ratio [AUTO] 2800MHz
CPU NorthBridge Freq. [AUTO] 2000Mhz
Core Performance Boost [Enabled]
   CPB Ratio [Auto] 3300Mhz
CPU Host Clock Control [Auto]
  CPU Frequency(Mhz) 200
PCIE Clock(MHZ) [Auto]
PCIe Spread Spectrum [Enabled]
HT Link Width [Auto]
HT Link Frequency [Auto] 2000Mhz
Set Memory Clock [Auto]
  Memory Clock x6.66 1333Mhz
DRAM Configuration
      CPU Host Clock Control [ Auto]
      CPU Frequency 200
      Set Memory Clock [Auto]
      Memory Clock x6.66 1333Mhz
      DCTs Mode [Unganged]
      DDR3 Timing Items [Auto]
       CAS# Latency [9]
       RAS to CAS     [9]
       Row Precharge Time [9]
       Minimum RAS Active Time [24T]
       1T/2T Command Timing [2T]
       TwTR Command Delay  [5T]
       Trfc0 for DIMM1 [90ms]
       Trfc2 for DIMM2 [110ms]
       Trfc1 for DIMM3 [90ms]
       Trfc3 for DIMM4 [90ms]
       Write Recovery Time [10T]
       Precharge Time  [5T]
       Row Cycle Time [34T]
       RAS to RAS Delay  [5T]
       **DCTs Drive Strength**     DCT0            DCT1
      Proc0dt(ohms0                  [Auto]  60      [Auto] 240
      DQS Drive Strenght           [Auto] 1.0x    [Auto] 1.5x
      Data Drive Strength          [Auto] 1.0x    [Auto] 1.5x
      MEMCLK Drive Strenght     [Auto] 1.5x    [Auto] 1.5x
      Addr/CMD Drive Strength  [Auto] 1.5x    [Auto]  2.0x
      CS/ODT Drive Strength      [Auto] 1.5x    [Auto] 2.0x
      CKE Drive Strength            [Auto]1.5x     [Auto] 2.0x
      **DCT Addr/Cmd Timing**      DCT0           DCT1
      Addr/Cmd setup time          [Auto] 1T       [Auto] 1/2T
      Addr/Cmd fine delay           [Auto] 22/64  [Auto] 0/64
      CS/ODT setup Time             [Auto] 1/2T    [Auto] 1/2T
      CS/ODT fine delay               [Auto] 0/64    [Auto] 0/64
      CKE setup time                    [Auto] 1/2T    [Auto]1/2T
      CKE fine delay                     [Auto] 0/64    [Auto] 0/64

      Bank Interleaving      [Enabled]
      Channel Interleave   [Enabled]
      DQS Training Control [Skip DQS]
      CKE Power Down Mode [Disabled]
      Memclock tri-stating       [Disabled]
System Voltage Control     [Manual]
CPU PLL Voltage Control  [Normal] 2.5v
DRAM Voltage control      [Normal] 1.51v
DDR VTT Voltage Control [Normal] .75v
NB Voltage Control           [Normal] 1.15v
HT Link Voltage Control    [Normal] 1.2v
NB/PCIe/PLL Voltage Ctrl [Normal] 1.8v
CPU ND VID Control         [Normal] 1.15v
CPU Voltage Control        [Normal]  1.475
Normal CPU VCore           1.475v

Christoph

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Re: GA-890FXA-UD5: BSODs in Windows
« Reply #22 on: February 17, 2011, 06:33:37 am »
ok

in the RAM timings where it says TRFC 0-1-2-3  put them at 110 every one of them

the Dram Voltage control  set it at 1.54v

and CPU ND VID Control   at 1.20 or 1.22 v


don't worry it won't burn anything or something like that, it is quite safe, this is to improve stability

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Re: GA-890FXA-UD5: BSODs in Windows
« Reply #23 on: February 18, 2011, 04:26:56 pm »
I tried those settings.  Looked promising, stalled at setup is updating registry. Waited 2 hours no response restarted and got
Page_fault_in_non_paged_area  0x50
Driver_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL   0xD1
0x7e   ACPI.sys

I am thinking somehow my USB Pen drive got corrupted.  Need to put CDRom Back in. I will let you know tonight. Was to busy yesterday to try to much.
Once I try with CDRom I will update again and see what happens. BTW I have re-flashed BIOS and reset CMOS.

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Re: GA-890FXA-UD5: BSODs in Windows
« Reply #24 on: February 18, 2011, 09:49:37 pm »

I'm almost sure the problem is the RAM, what is the exact model of those sticks?

some claim those are rated 1.6v

you can easily try with 1.6v on those RAM modules, you could even go up to 1.7v but that I'll say is way too much, so try with 1.6v and don't go any further

but make sure, post the exact model and everything thats says the RAM package

lately RAM vendors have made "mistakes" as my own RAM was rated 9-9-9 and now the exact same model is rated 9-11-9, the middle timings has to do way much when it comes to stability in DDR3 RAM 

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Re: GA-890FXA-UD5: BSODs in Windows
« Reply #25 on: February 18, 2011, 11:39:01 pm »
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 I just got home will be playing with it.

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Re: GA-890FXA-UD5: BSODs in Windows
« Reply #27 on: February 19, 2011, 12:04:38 am »
Same model number off of package. On the sticks cm3x2048-1333c9dhx. Memorylabel says 1333 2048 999 24 1.5v.  Think I should run them at 1.7?

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Re: GA-890FXA-UD5: BSODs in Windows
« Reply #28 on: February 19, 2011, 12:33:45 am »
try 1.6v first and the see how it goes

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Re: GA-890FXA-UD5: BSODs in Windows
« Reply #29 on: February 19, 2011, 01:01:00 am »
Page_fault_in_Non_page_Area Stop 0x50

 

anything