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  • GA-P67A-UD3P-B3 and GeForce GTX560 Video

    I am having a major problem with my GA-P67A-UD3P-B3 and GeForce GTX560 Video. I have the latest video drivers ( 285.62 ) and the latest GA Bios ( F7 ). Starting from the original F3 Bios and the drivers from the CD the system will go for a while ( from a couple of days to a few hours ) and then crash, variously with a black screen, multicolored screen or whatever. Sometimes it will recover, sometimes it will bsod. But the bottom line is that I cannot get a stable system. Right now I am using the generic VGA driver and it has lasted without crashing for two days, but the system seems slow. I thought it might be because I am using Win 7 64bit so I just installed a dual boot 32 bit Win7 and get the exact same behavior. The system builder has been very helpful, even to exchanging the video card, but even with that no joy. We have set the bios to fail safe and are running ( 4 x 4 GB ) 16 GB of Cosair CMZ16GX3M4A1600C9 DDR3 at 1333MHz.

    All suggestions will be appreciated

    System: PS: PC Power 7 Cooling Silencer 750W
    CPU: Quad Core i7-2600 3.4 GHz LGA 1155
    MB: GA-P67A-UD3P-B3
    Cooler: Kuhler H2O 920
    Video: GeForce GTX560 Video 1GB DDR5 256 Bit PCI Express
    SATA HD: WD10EALX 1TB
    External Drives: USB2 Seagate Free Agent Desk 640 GB and eSATA Seagate 700GB on DynexESATAP 2 Port eSATA II PCIExpress

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    Re: GA-P67A-UD3P-B3 and GeForce GTX560 Video

    what qpi/vtt voltage are you using? and are you using xmp profile for your ram or manually setting it up?

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