GIGABYTE GA-Z170X-GAMING 5-RU INTEL LAN DRIVER DETAILS:
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GIGABYTE GA-Z170X-GAMING 5-RU INTEL LAN DRIVER
No, they didn't explain the issue or how it was fixed. The RMA page just says "minor damage found but repairable. No replacement, repair only" The tech support person I'm talking to is basically telling me to try everything I have already done. I basically told them exactly what I said here and Gigabyte GA-Z170X-Gaming 5-RU Intel LAN latest response was, "The board was serviced and tested before being shipped back, have you tried a different brand of memory and removing the CPU for bent pins? Hopefully it gets approved again and I actually get a replacement this time. I'm tempted to just call and try to talk to someone. Maybe that would get my point across better.
Sometimes I think parts of my messages are not read Momo You'd think with as big as a company that they are, they'd have their own forum page, or be more active here I checked on the other forum I generally do all my posting and there are two Gigabyte Hardware Reps there, but don't seem to be very active. One hasn't logged in since Oct and the other rep's last login was 2 months ago. Gigabyte GA-Z170X-Gaming 5-RU Intel LAN
I sent them both a PM and haven't gotten a response. Just have to be patient I guess.
GA-ZX-Gaming 5-RU (rev. ) Motherboard - GIGABYTE Global
Momo Bump for some serious crickets in this place. Here's a link to what my current settings are in BIOS. What am i missing to have all cores run 4.
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Currently without load i'm at 4. I run some blend more prime95, and all four cores hit 4. Didn't want to embed.
CPU Thermal Monitor to disabled. Turn off XMP profiles and set your system memory multiplier to manual 32 it looks like in this case and then populate the main timings manually based on the specs of your XMP profile.
That's all I can tell you since you haven't shown screenshots of the more important settings like your voltage, etc. I can tell you this, too - that the Gigabyte boards prefer overlocking using offset mode and you'll get just as high as overclocks as you would in non-offset mode but with a lot less Gigabyte GA-Z170X-Gaming 5-RU Intel LAN but I don't know which method you are using since there is no screenshot.
If you post the information I'll help you get to stable no problem Almost a matter of principal, ya know" mode. What should I use for stability testing?
PC Gamer - i7 6700K - Gigabyte GA-Z170X-Gaming 5 - GEFORCE GTX 970
You have F20d on GB web page Tried to install F20D on my zx gaming7, got a msge invalid Bios. I haved Gigabyte GA-Z170X-Gaming 5-RU Intel LAN rev 1. Skylake if the CPU microcode is greater than version 74 it will not support non-k overclocking edit: Allright, thanks, will give it a try. I will be gratefull for answer. Nhawk Tried F20d, but it still fails. However, this memory modules are not listed in the QVL.
Setting to default speed makes the artifacts go away. The DDR voltage is adjusted to 1. GA-ZX-Gaming 5-RU GIGABYTE G1™ Gaming motherboards also include Sound Blaster X-Fi Gigabyte GA-Z170X-Gaming 5-RU Intel LAN Killer™ E Gaming Network / Intel® Gigabit LAN. Compatible con procesadores de 7ª y 6ª Generación Intel® Core™ Dual Channel DDR4, 4 DIMMs Intel® USB con USB Type-C™ - el próximo conector.