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Originally Posted by Polyspecific View Post

No, VCore on normal as in set it to "Normal" It is between Auto and the static voltage adjustments(use the + or - from auto, it will be one button press away from auto). That will enable dynamic vcore. Then set the Dynamic Vcore to +0.090 and disable the CPU turbo, under advanced CPU feature.
I have the Z77X-UD5H so mine might be different with the vcore settings, but I don't think so. Maybe someone with the UD3H can chime in to correct me if I am wrong. I wish I could afford to have all the boards to test things on, but I cannot.
It looks like you have two different speed ram kits. You'll have to set them manually if you want them to run the same. One will either have to be overclocked or underclocked, I think... You have one running at 1333 and one running at 1600. You might be able to get the 1333 running at 1600 but you will have to play with the timings.
You have two problems right now, Processor and Ram. Lets focus on one, for now, and changing the processor around might affect ram so lets get the processor ironed out.

thank you very much. I'll go and tinker with the settings later when I get home. Also got the Corsair 500R on the way so it'll help with temps a bit.
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Same here..no lockups or anything. I am extremely happy with this board and its performance.
Same here, the complaints in the thread had me concerned before purchase but the couple minor issues I've had turned out to be non-board related. I haven't messed with any bios settings though aside from my ram's XMP profile, content with the turbo boost default performance and I don't want to screw anything up. Also haven't tested ram slots 3 & 4 or anything to do with integrated graphics.
Edited by Snakes - 5/11/12 at 12:28pm
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Just use the one meant for your memory.
I assumed they were both meant for my memory, isn't the XMP profile built into the RAM?
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For those who have the UD5H WIFI model, can you tell me what is the frequency it operates? 5 or 2.4 GHz or both?

Thanks.
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For those who have the UD5H WIFI model, can you tell me what is the frequency it operates? 5 or 2.4 GHz or both?
Thanks.

It does both http://www.gigabyte.us/products/product-page.aspx?pid=4135#ov.

Guys, am I the only one who is unable to use flash drive in frontal usb 2.0 panel in UEFI?
Edited by DeXel - 5/11/12 at 12:49pm
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BIOS F7 Final for Z77X-UD5H now on Gigabyte web page:
"Improve system compatibility" thumb.gif
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BIOS F7 Final for Z77X-UD5H now on Gigabyte web page:
"Improve system compatibility" thumb.gif

Awesome! thanks for the update.
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BIOS F7 Final for Z77X-UD5H now on Gigabyte web page:
"Improve system compatibility" thumb.gif

Hmm think I will stick with F6, working fine for me
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Just built a box w/ the UD5H and having issues w/ it not reliably booting (hangs on various errors: 96, A6, AE, D4).

What's the preferred way to flash the BIOS? @BIOS, QFlash, or something else?
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I assumed they were both meant for my memory, isn't the XMP profile built into the RAM?
I see how some kits have both, and I have never seen this before. Just go with the profile which matches the speed of your memory at what it is rated. i think the second profile is for failsafe possibly.
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Just built a box w/ the UD5H and having issues w/ it not reliably booting (hangs on various errors: 96, A6, AE, D4).
What's the preferred way to flash the BIOS? @BIOS, QFlash, or something else?

Something is wrong with your board I believe, or perhaps you need a BIOS flash. Have you tried switching to your backup BIOS using the manual switch on the motherboard?. QFlash is the best, format your thumb drive in FAT32 and then put the BIOS ROM on there, and then go into the BIOS, go into advanced mode and press F8.
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