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Hey guys,
do i need more than 7 hours to check stability on prime ?



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It's enough imho, I'm using even less.
Check if you're stable with the latest Linx too (0.6.4 Avx Edition, new library). cool.gif
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So I was all set to pick up the UD5H. It has everything I wanted and was the right price point. Then I started seeing all the problems being report with random freezes and lock-ups.

Should I be concerned about that? My second choice board would be the P8Z77-V.

Also...has anyone seen this?

http://www.kitguru.net/components/motherboard/carl/gigabyte-address-z77x-ud5h-rumours/
post #1273 of 6655
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It's enough imho, I'm using even less.
Check if you're stable with the latest Linx too (0.6.4 Avx Edition, new library). cool.gif

Just did the test with linx, the temp reached 80 max smile.gif

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It's enough imho, I'm using even less.
Check if you're stable with the latest Linx too (0.6.4 Avx Edition, new library). cool.gif

Just did the test with linx, the temp reached 80 max smile.gif
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Raise the problem size to at least 25000 (or even more since you have 16Gb of ram) to see if you're rs.
And use the latest Linx (Avx Edition), so you'll get even hotter. smile.gif
Edited by arrow0309 - 5/17/12 at 3:11am
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So I was all set to pick up the UD5H. It has everything I wanted and was the right price point. Then I started seeing all the problems being report with random freezes and lock-ups.
Should I be concerned about that? My second choice board would be the P8Z77-V.
Also...has anyone seen this?
http://www.kitguru.net/components/motherboard/carl/gigabyte-address-z77x-ud5h-rumours/

Pretty much B.S. in my opinion but a know some others have experienced some lock-ups while in bios.

I have 2 UD5H boards and a UD3H and I have not encountered any freezes.

Search the web enough and you will see these stories about all motherboards.
Edited by Electroneng - 5/17/12 at 3:32am
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So I was all set to pick up the UD5H. It has everything I wanted and was the right price point. Then I started seeing all the problems being report with random freezes and lock-ups.
Should I be concerned about that? My second choice board would be the P8Z77-V.
Also...has anyone seen this?
http://www.kitguru.net/components/motherboard/carl/gigabyte-address-z77x-ud5h-rumours/

Sounds like a load to me. Outside of the normal hiccups with early BIOS versions mine has been solid with overclocks.
post #1277 of 6655
well I spent a day reading thru (127 pgs) of this forum and am impressed , so much , that I decided on buying a GA-Z77X-UD3H . I was going to buy a asus z77 sabertooth , but 240 bucks is outragous IMO . You guys sold me . While I am no overclocker my idea for this build a stock clock stable system , a everday system that runs like the wind . nervous about my choice as I am not all that building computers but do have manyunder my belt . I be running a core I3 sandy to start and updating to f9 bios asap , so any other tips will be apreciated thumb.gif
post #1278 of 6655
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You'll want to Install the Intel Rapid Storage Technology drivers from here LINK. That the newest one.
Then from the Gigabyte driver page LINK you'll want to download and install the following:
Realtek Function Driver
Intel Management Engine Interface
Intel INF Installation
Intel LAN Driver
Intel USB 3.0 Driver
**You can skip the Atheros LAN driver if you don't plan on using it. the top LAN port on the motherboard is the Intel one and is better from what I hear.
Skip Intel Rapid Storage Tech because you already got that from the Intel website
Skip Marvell stuff unless you plan on using the Marvell Sata ports. You want to use the Intel Sata ports because they're better.
Skip Intel VGA Driver unless you plan on using the Integrated graphics.
Edit: Oh and if you want to use all the creative audio software it can only be found on the driver CD that came with the board

Thanks man, but I have the UD3H, and it only has 1 LAN port. Is it Intel or Atheros?

Just checked the manual and there is no Marvell SATA controller so I guess that can be cut from the list definitely.

I will be using the onboard VGA though since I don't have a graphics card yet. Is there a link to those anywhere?

edit: derped on sound card vs graphics card spelling =P
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Pretty much B.S. in my opinion but a know some others have experienced some lock-ups while in bios.
I have 2 UD5H boards and a UD3H and I have not encountered any freezes.
Search the web enough and you will see these stories about all motherboards.

...and always find someone who claims the problem doesn't exist of course wink.gif

Anyway, after seeing a few posts by others with this issue, it seems that is happens mostly after a BIOS update or a "Load Optimised Defaults". Best fix seems to be to amend some settings and save the BIOS again before booting into Windows. Reports vary but people have had success with setting VID and BCLK manually.

Since setting BCLK to 100.1 manually I've not had a single freeze, no other adjustments done to the system except setting multi to 43. It's looking much better now so I'll start overclocking properly and hopefully the issue won't comes back.
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I have tried VLC and Foobar but only stereo comes out playing a 5.1 /44.1kHz DTS encoded music via toslink. Have you tried playback with a 5.1 DTS wav file? That is my main interest.

Yes I have. I use Powerdvd and I can guarantee it works.
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