Discussion in 'Motherboards & Memory' started by Dbiggs9, Mar 10, 2013.
I have here a Gigabyte X58 UD7 with a Core i7 960
I only Get C1 Error Code no boot
You should check the user manual or GIGABYTE to see what the error code is for. If you had done that you would know it is related to your memory. Either one of the sticks is bad, in the wrong slots, or not compatible with the motherboard.
If the picture is exactly how the system looks when you tried to turn it on, the error is because there is no processor installed and no CPU fan connected.
Things i have Done Installed New ram 3x4GB Get C1 or 69
Removed Everything but CPU+Ram = C1
Tested 7 Sticks of ram 1 or 3 or 6 = C1
So i don't think it's ram
Maybe system part out?
Reseat the CPU. Check for bent pins.
I think from the photo you gave, you don't have a cpu cooler xD
Woot! so this $250 systems fired up!
What should QPI volts be set at?
have you tried clear cmos, then check one by one
try to put the board off from the case so you can check it easily
I got it to work. Just trying to work my way in the bios. Wish i had a Evga Mobo vs this gigabyte
Don't fuck around with system voltage and settings till you know for sure that everything works as it should. Let alone, what each voltage setting effects. Seeing as it is usually different for every system.
No you don't, especially these new Evga boards. There BIOS are trash, absolute junk.
Got windows 7 installed going to leave it running all night. Might sell/trade this system
Gigabyte X58 UD7
Intel Core i7 960 (new from RMA)
Seagate 320gb slim x2
Cool master N520
6x2GB 1600mhz ram
Antec 1200 case
Thanks to erocker! he was right
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