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I don't have much experience with the Gigabyte UEFI, so I can't really say. CPUZ will only show one core, I personally use Open Hardware Monitor and AIDA64 for my monitoring, but many prefer HWINFO.

Installed HWINFO64 and I can confirm all 4 cores are running at 4.3 so looks like manually setting each cores multiplier in my Gigabyte BIOS is similiar result to what you do with the All Core function in your ASUS BIOS.

Looks like I will stick with this 4.3 OC as its stable as heck (24 Prime95 at stock vcore) and has lower temps.
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I'll chime in with the X79 UD5....aside from being full of features, it's a bad OCing board.
1.You should check your IMC/VTT voltage that you set with HWInfo. After a BSOD, the voltages reset to default and can't be changed by way of BIOs until you use the EasyTune software to change it.
2. My board is absurd. If I choose to disable audio, my board after attempting to posts ends up saying my prior settings failed to allow the computer to start and to adjust my OC settings. But if I re-enable onboard audio, it's magically stable and boots Windows.
3. 4.5GHz is the absolute maximum I've managed with the UD5 without it BSODing pumping 1.4v. Anything more and it fails stability without more voltage pumped into the board. Oddly enough, replacing the chip in my P9X79 Vanilla board allows 4.625GHz at 1.35v and 4.8GHz at 1.4v.
4. Changing BCLK to 102 causes board to enter a boot loop. Using a P9X79 Vanilla, boots up just fine.
5. Load line calibration....a joke, vDroop is horrendous and can't be fixed. A lot of settings don't seem to have any effect on voltage.
6. Sleeping is impossible using the UD5 as it either BSODs when attempting to sleep or just shuts down instead but somehow works magically fine with the P9X79.

Do I regret my purchase? Yes. If anything, I should've grabbed the Sabretooth or the RIVE for $100 more. Would've saved me many headaches.
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I'll chime in with the X79 UD5....aside from being full of features, it's a bad OCing board.
1.You should check your IMC/VTT voltage that you set with HWInfo. After a BSOD, the voltages reset to default and can't be changed by way of BIOs until you use the EasyTune software to change it.
2. My board is absurd. If I choose to disable audio, my board after attempting to posts ends up saying my prior settings failed to allow the computer to start and to adjust my OC settings. But if I re-enable onboard audio, it's magically stable and boots Windows.
3. 4.5GHz is the absolute maximum I've managed with the UD5 without it BSODing pumping 1.4v. Anything more and it fails stability without more voltage pumped into the board. Oddly enough, replacing the chip in my P9X79 Vanilla board allows 4.625GHz at 1.35v and 4.8GHz at 1.4v.
4. Changing BCLK to 102 causes board to enter a boot loop. Using a P9X79 Vanilla, boots up just fine.
5. Load line calibration....a joke, vDroop is horrendous and can't be fixed. A lot of settings don't seem to have any effect on voltage.
6. Sleeping is impossible using the UD5 as it either BSODs when attempting to sleep or just shuts down instead but somehow works magically fine with the P9X79.
Do I regret my purchase? Yes. If anything, I should've grabbed the Sabretooth or the RIVE for $100 more. Would've saved me many headaches.

I really dig my sabertooth. It sounds like your board was bad though. I've heard good things from the other users around on the UD5. Did you try a BIOS flash?
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BIOs voltage issue has not been resolved since F8 bios, we're on F12 now. I still have the board and the chip running at 4.5. Much of the issues stem across the Gigabyte boards I believe including UD3/UD7 with LLC being worthless, vDroop, IMC/VTT glitch. The audio thing might only be me and maybe my particular board might just be a particularly crappy OCer. I've given up nonetheless. 4.5 is good enough, probably drop a 3930K in there instead.
 
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I'll chime in with the X79 UD5....aside from being full of features, it's a bad OCing board.
1.You should check your IMC/VTT voltage that you set with HWInfo. After a BSOD, the voltages reset to default and can't be changed by way of BIOs until you use the EasyTune software to change it.
2. My board is absurd. If I choose to disable audio, my board after attempting to posts ends up saying my prior settings failed to allow the computer to start and to adjust my OC settings. But if I re-enable onboard audio, it's magically stable and boots Windows.
3. 4.5GHz is the absolute maximum I've managed with the UD5 without it BSODing pumping 1.4v. Anything more and it fails stability without more voltage pumped into the board. Oddly enough, replacing the chip in my P9X79 Vanilla board allows 4.625GHz at 1.35v and 4.8GHz at 1.4v.
4. Changing BCLK to 102 causes board to enter a boot loop. Using a P9X79 Vanilla, boots up just fine.
5. Load line calibration....a joke, vDroop is horrendous and can't be fixed. A lot of settings don't seem to have any effect on voltage.
6. Sleeping is impossible using the UD5 as it either BSODs when attempting to sleep or just shuts down instead but somehow works magically fine with the P9X79.
Do I regret my purchase? Yes. If anything, I should've grabbed the Sabretooth or the RIVE for $100 more. Would've saved me many headaches.

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I know how you feel. I grabbed a cheap x79 UD3 whilst waiting for the Asrock Extremem11. Or that is I hoped to. The UD3 was just pure junk. That VTT bug was the biggest hurdle and thorn completely destroying any gainful overclock and ruining the fun. Oh yea, the vdroop on it like your UD5 was pathetic huh? It's ludicrous really. Anyways, I upsized to an openbox RIVE for 60 bucks and could not have been happier.
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i did not think that was too bad....i see most ppl on here with 103-105 gflops.....also yes i keep HT on which will lower them a little bit.....plus my system only been up for 2 days....but if other ppl feel i should look into why they are so low then please let me know so i can.....
I get 110-113 with HT on @4.6ghz with a 2000mhz xmp ram setting. Not sure if its a big deal or not though for you to try and troubleshoot.
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I get 110-113 with HT on @4.6ghz with a 2000mhz xmp ram setting. Not sure if its a big deal or not though for you to try and troubleshoot.

i am also only running 1600 ram and i think 1666 is the highest i have run it.....that could be it....prolly gonna get some better 2133 ram in a bit so we will see
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Man, I SUCK at overclocking... or applying thermal paste? Anyway, under high stress, my 3820 + 212+ passed, but temps reached 100 degrees Celsius on every core during the test and stayed in the 90s. My overclock is 4.625 Ghz with 1.375-1.4 voltage. I think these temps are WAY too high. Right now, I'm doing nothing and temps are in the high 30-40s... frown.gif
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Jesus guys, what did I do wrong? Ignore the cpu clock; I wasn't doing anything when I took the screenshot. And another thing maybe you guys can help me with... I have 2 4 GB Ripjaws DIMMS. CPU-Z recognizes them both, but everything else doesn't. I've tried each one in different slots by themselves, and both work. But together, only 1 is recognized. It's not either slot because I tested one at a time in each slot. I'm seriously about to buy an H100 and be done with these insane temps.
     
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And I don't need to be scolded for having a low-end CPU cooler. tongue.gif
     
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