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I did Gigabyte GA-790XTA-UD4 Microsoft UAA similar comments about this on different forums. I was wondering if it was an issue specific to the gigabyte board. It is expensive material so I'd like to be sure before buying it. Although, if in your opinion it sounds like a firmware problem then disregard it as it will most certainly be fixed with the next update. Yes I assume things will get fixed in a firmware update, but it might take as few though.


Gigabyte GA-790XTA-UD4 Microsoft UAA can always look in the Crucial Forum if you have not already, plenty of users there using these and posting issues too of course But there is plenty with no issues and UD7 too. Let me know if you need a link.

I personally do not have one of these yet, but when I do Gigabyte GA-790XTA-UD4 Microsoft UAA one I would be using it on the Intel chip anyway because the Marvell drivers are just not as fast from most tests I have seen anyway. So no need to use these ports just yet I don't think. Ok, thanks for the info.

Are you buying now, or in a while? Just wondered, if I get one myself I will let you know how it works out. Do keep in mind though, once firmware and drivers get updated the marvell ports will likely out perform the Intel ones, just isn't fully there yet is all.


I don;t think that I am going to buy it at all. Gigabyte was the only choice but now, a user at overclock. Your Ultimate Gaming Stop http: Thanks for the help though. Lsdmeasap Ahh OK, well enjoy your new board no matte what you end up getting! Now the reason I bought the board is so I could run these modules at their rated speed That allows Gigabyte GA-790XTA-UD4 Microsoft UAA post with one dimm occupied.

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Now here is the problem If I place all 4 rams in If I take out slot 3 the machine will post. If I put it back in and remove only slot 2, the machine just keeps powering on off again. So me thinks slot three Gigabyte GA-790XTA-UD4 Microsoft UAA dodgy.

But if I put one stick only in slot three the machine posts. Even tho I have lowered the spd to or even with everything else set Gigabyte GA-790XTA-UD4 Microsoft UAA auto except the timings 2. So here is my question Is there a known issue with the memory controller with all 4 dimms occupied or could the board be defective? I am thinking about RMA but the thing that has thrown me is that the machine will post regardless of what dimm 1 module only I try SATA just took a dump!

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After viewing product detail pages, look here to find an easy way to navigate back to pages you are interested in. So I tried 32bit installation Gigabyte GA-790XTA-UD4 Microsoft UAA if you're running the latest version of your browser and you still see this message. I have had several Gigabyte Mobo's and have had very, very few problems with them.

It seems like I have less problems with Gigabyte and Asus than any other. Asus is actually the real deal in motherboard industry.

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