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Need help please take a look at this setup

Discussion in 'Tech Talk' started by Dyno, Jan 7, 2005.

  1. Dyno

    Dyno

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    Oct 11, 2002
    Ga
    This system has been spooky and unstabile since day one,hdd test says it's ok. I wonder if setup was wrong from mfg. Any help or opinions will be greatly appreciated as I am in way over my head. Thanks,Dyno

    Motherboard Name Gigabyte GA-7DX(C)
    CPU Properties:
    CPU Type AMD Athlon-PECM
    CPU Speed:
    CPU Clock 1006.96 Mhz
    CPU Multiplier 10.0x
    CPU FSB 100.70 MHz
    Memory Bus 100.70 MHz
    CPU Cache:
    L1 Code Cache 64 KB
    L1 Data Cache 64 KB
    L2 Cache 256 KB (On-Die, Full-Speed)
    Chipset Properties:
    Motherboard Chipset AMD-760
    Memory Timings 2-2-2-5 (CL-RCD-RP-RAS)
    Memory Timings:
    @ 125 MHz 2.5-3-3-7 (CL-RCD-RP-RAS)
    @ 100 MHz 2.0-2-2-5 (CL-RCD-RP-RAS)
    Memory Slots:
    DRAM Slot #1 128 MB (PC1600 DDR SDRAM)
    ---------------------------------------------------------------------
    Graphics Processor Properties:
    Video Adapter nVIDIA Vanta
    GPU Code Name NV5 (AGP 4x 10DE / 002C, Rev 15)
    GPU Clock 100 MHz
    Memory Clock 125 MHz
    Front Side Bus Properties:
    Bus Type DEC Alpha EV6
    Bus Width 64-bit
    Real Clock 101 MHz (DDR)
    Effective Clock 201 MHz
    Bandwidth 1611 MB/s
    Memory Bus Properties
    Bus Type PCI
    Bus Width 32-bit
    Real Clock 34 MHz
    Effective Clock 34 Mhz
    Bandwidth 134 MB/s
    Chipset Bus Properties:
    Bus Type DDR SDRAM
    Bus Width 64-bit
    Real Clock 101 MHz (DDR)
    Effective Clock 201 MHz
    Bandwidth 1611 MB/s
     

  2. PROCESSOR
    Socket A for AMD Athlon™ /Duron™ 200MHz FSB processors
    Auto-detects CPU voltage

    Chipset
    AMD-761™ north bridge
    VIA 686B south bridge
    AC97 codec + Creative CT5880 sound chip

    Memory (DDR)
    Supports up to 2GB of PC1600 / DDR200 SDRAM
    2 DDR DIMMs of 184-pin sockets
    Supports 72bits ECC type DRAM integrity mode

    Slot
    1 x AGP slot supports 2X/4X mode & AGP 2.0 compliant
    5 x PCI slots support 33MHz & PCI 2.2 compliant
    1 x AMR (Audio Modem Riser) slot

    I/O
    UDMA ATA 100/66 bus master IDE ports on board
    1 x FDD, 2 x COM, 1 x LPT, PS/2 Keyboard, PS/2 Mouse on board
    1 x joystick, 1 x line-in, 1 x line-out and 1 x MIC on board
    2 x USB ports on board, 2 x USB ports by cable (cable optional)
    IrDA TX / RX header

    H/W Monitoring
    Auto speed down and alarm when CPU overheat or fan failure (OS independent & driverless)
    3 fan power & speed detection connectors
    Stop CPU fan in suspend mode
    System health status detect & report by BIOS
    H/W detect & report Power-in voltage, CPU voltage and CMOS battery status

    BIOS
    AWARD BIOS, 2M bit flash ROM, enhanced ACPI feature for PC98/Win98/WinMe/ Win2000 compliance, Green, PnP, DMI, INT13 (>8.4GB) & Anti-Virus functions
    IDE, SCSI, LS120, ZIP & CD-ROM bootable
    AC recovery ON/OFF control
    Auto-detect & report system health status
    Supports @BIOS™ Live Update

    Form Factor
    ATX form factor, 4 layers PCB (31.2*23.2 cm)

    Other Features
    Supports EasyTune III™
    Includes 3 fan power connectors
    Poly fuse for keyboard over-current protection

    Notes
    The GA-7DXC offers the same basic feature set as other 760 motherboards that have been announced. Five PCI slots with one AMR, two DDR DIMM sockets, and ATA/100 compliance provided by VIA's 686B South Bridge. Most motherboard manufacturers are opting for the VIA's South Bridge instead of AMD's 766 in their designs.
     
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  5. NetNinja

    NetNinja Always Faithful

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    Oct 23, 2001
    HotLanta, GA
  6. Dyno

    Dyno

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    Oct 11, 2002
    Ga
    Washington,D.C.,
    Thank you for taking the time to look at the benchmark results that the Everest program returned on my system. I was hoping that someone could look at the test results and might see something that may be set wrong that would causes constant crashes and lockups . Unfortunately I just don't know where to start, perhaps the agp is set to use too much of the sys resources or something obvious. I have never done any setup work on a mobo and I'm not sure of what to do next. One thing is for sure, before it is over I just may learn something from this spooky mobo even if the I can't get it to work propperly.

    Thanks again, Dyno


    NetNinja,
    I am located in the mountains of north Ga.
     
  7. I would make sure it has the latest bios especially if using Wondows XP.With a Vanta video card I wouldn't go too new with video driver.Some of the older ones are more stable than others.45.23 works well.Any newer than it with the Vanta card is not needed.Also you should make sure you have the latest AGP driver.