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Hello, I have exactly the same problem.

 

when the computer freezes or sometimes BSOD ( irq_not_less_or_equal).

when the computer restart, the picture of the Bios is corrupted and the system is unable to boot.

 

I have the 1801 Bios version and I also try with the 1305 version.

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hi, memtest is not giving any error.

Even in 800 mhz (without sli ready memory) the system is stable but if i shutdown the computer for an hour, the system is unable to boot (the motherboard is bipping continuously even after a clear cmos).

The motherboard work well with other memory and my twinx work also well on others motherboards.

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This is for a two DRAM stick (1 Kit) solution.

 

Download CPU-z from
.

Download Memtest86+ Version 2.11 from--->

and extract the ISO image. Burn the ISO image to an CD-ROM disk.

 

Perform a hard reset to clear any BIOS stack corruption issues.

  1. Shut the system down
  2. Remove the power cord
  3. Remove the CMOS Battery
  4. Set the CMOS_CLR Jumper to On
  5. Press the power button for 10 seconds
  6. Let sit for 10 minutes
  7. Set the CMOS_CLR Jumper to Off
  8. Insert the CMOS Battery
  9. Insert the Power Cord
  10. Restart the system
  11. Enter the BIOS
  12. Load Default Settings
  13. Save Default Settings and Exit
  14. Restart the System and enter the BIOS

 

Extreme Tweaker
Memory Level Up: Auto
AI Overclock Tuner : Manual
x Overclock Options Enabled

FSB - Memory Clock Mode : Unlinked
FSB (QDR), Mhz : 1066
Actual FSB (QDR), Mhz : 1066
MEM (DDR), Mhz : 1066
Actual MEM (DDR), Mhz : 1066
LDT Frequency : 5x
PCIE Bus, Slot 1&2,MHz [100]
PCIE Bus, Slot 3,MHz [100]
SPP<->MCP Ref Clock,MHz [auto]
x SLI-Ready Memory Disabled

Memory Timing Settings

tCL (CAS Latency) : 5
tRCD : 5
tRP : 5
tRAS : 15
Command Per Clock (CMD) : 2 clock (2T)

Advance Memory Settings

tRRD : Auto
tRC : Auto
tWR : Auto
tWTR : Auto
tREF : Auto
tRD : Auto
tRFC : 60
Async Latency : Auto

Over Voltage

Vcore Voltage : Auto
Memory Voltage : 2.1v
SB Core Voltage :1.50v
NB Core Voltage :1.40v
CPU VTT Voltage :1.25v
CPU GTL-REF 0 Ratio :Auto
CPU GTL-REF 1 Ratio :Auto
CPU GTL-REF 2 Ratio :Auto
CPU GTL-REF 3 Ratio :Auto
NB GTL-REF Ratio :Auto
DDR3 CHA1 Ref Voltage :Auto
DDR3 CHB1 Ref Voltage :Auto
DDR3 CHA2 Ref Voltage :Auto
DDR3 CHB2 Ref Voltage :Auto


CPU Spread Spectrum : Disabled
PCIE Spread Spectrum : Disabled
MCP PCIE Spread Spectrum : Disabled
SATA Spread Spectrum : Disabled
LDT Spread Spectrum : Disabled

CPU Internal Thermal Control : Enabled
Limit CPUID MaxVal : Disabled
Enhanced C1 (C1E) : Enabled
Execute Disable Bit : Disabled
Virtualization Technology : Enabled
Enhanced Intel Speedstep Tech : Disabled
LDT Frequency : 5x

After setting to these values, save them and shut down. Insert a single stick of DRAM into the first slot (Closest to the CPU) and to the Memtest ISO. Allow for two full passes and if stable, shut the system down. Remove the stick of DRAM and insert it into the third slot. Restart and Memtest. Finally, shut the system down and insert a stick in slot one and slot three. Restart and run memtest. If you pass, enter Windows and post a screenshot of CPU-z's CPU, Memory and SPD tabs.

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Hi!

 

I bough a new motherboard (GA-EP45-DS5).

And I still have the same problem.

 

when I shutdown the computer more than 30 min

the systeme don't want to boot at all.

 

I've tried to setup manualy the memory and nothing to do.

 

I think I have a bad part.

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You don't seem to know how to follow directions so I certainly can't help you.

 

Hello, When I said "I've tried to setup manualy the memory and nothing to do."

It means that i already tried what you said.

 

Nothing appear on the memtest with 1 or 2 memory at the same time on both motherboards (striker extreme and GA-EP45-DS5)

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hi, memtest is not giving any error.

If memtest is not giving any errors, then your issue is external to the memory. However, if you want to RMA, you can get an RMA but I think you will find the same issue repeats.

Nothing appear on the memtest with 1 or 2 memory at the same time on both motherboards (striker extreme and GA-EP45-DS5)

 

I don't understand you.

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If memtest is not giving any errors, then your issue is external to the memory. However, if you want to RMA, you can get an RMA but I think you will find the same issue repeats.

 

 

I don't understand you.

 

I've bough a new motherboard for my computer. It's a Gigabyte EP-45-DS5.

the problem on this motherboard is the same than the problem on the Asus striker extreme.

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I've bough a new motherboard for my computer. It's a Gigabyte EP-45-DS5.

the problem on this motherboard is the same than the problem on the Asus striker extreme.

 

Have you tested for these issues with a single stick. Repeat with the second stick singly. Do the issues repeat for both sticks?

 

Like I said, if you really think that the issue is DRAM related, then move to RMA. I would look to external issues but since you say you have tested on two boards, then move to RMA. If you still have the issues after RMA, then you know your issues are not DRAM related.

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