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Originally Posted by nimitz87 View Post

sleep states off EIST off.
stupid but how do I take a screenie of the BIOS and where's it saved to?
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I currently have it set to -40 ran an hour each of 1344 and 1792
min vcore 1.296
max vcore 1.320
max temps 68 deg.
without offset I was running 1.308 passed 12 hours of 90% blend.
Chad
Put a stick in a USB port and hit F12 while in BIOS on each screen you want to capture.
Renable EIST, all that stuff on the page you can put on Auto, you don't need to turn it off, and it should idle down and vcore drop when inactive.
Go to http://www.overclock.net/t/1219588/updated-part-ii-offset-mode-overclocking-starter-guide-and-thread/0_20 on page 3 and you can see my 4.5 OC settings.
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Originally Posted by Spicy61 View Post

Very disappointed in this brand. My first Gigabyte and probably my last. Let me recap so far what's happened:
1. Not even base LAN drivers installed--not a big deal, just annoying
2. UEFI is complete junk. Very clunky and the mouse integration is poor.
3. Bios utility does not detect newest bios. It updates my old F2 bios to F2.... yea, problem is there's at least 3 other newer bios...
4. Vcore adjustments not allowed. WHY? Even sub $50 boards allow vcore adjustments this is just inexcusable. Why even buy an aftermarket board then?
4. Smart fan controls are poor. I have to choose from base settings of "Silent, Normal etc. " Why not give the user more control instead of choosing these preset points.
Seriously considering returning my z77 DS3H. This is NOT a board anyone should be purchasing.

I am going to say this once, and only once, you bought the cheapest board you could find, you are lucky you even found a Z77 board for that price. Here is the issue, no serious OCer buys a $50 motherboard to OC with, that is the issue, no one will buy it to OC so the manufacturer wont put so many OC feature into it, can you afford a better motherboard? I mean for $50 i wouldn't put much faith into OCing with a $50 board.

I know for a fact that on the UD3H, UD5H, and other boards I have tried, the speed can controls give you the option to manually set the fan PWm modes, very nice too. I also know it gives you total options when it comes to voltage adjustment.

You have to use QFlash in the BIOS to update the BIOS, take a FAT32 thumb drive, load up the BIOS file on there and go into the BIOS advanced mode, and hit F8 and follow the steps, perhaps that is the issue.
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Originally Posted by ChrisB17 View Post

Sin my memories is Crucial Ballistix ddr3-1866 4x4
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820148560
Thank you. Try set XMP, manually set the first timings, manually set the multiplier, set the VDIMM to 1.7v, and see if it works.
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Originally Posted by brothergc View Post

ok I am in , posting now on my new z77 UD3H , so far smooth as silk , updated to f9 bios befor loading the OS and all is well . Mine came with F7 preloaded . Did not care for amazons ocaking of my board , they just threw it in a box, no packing material , and just shipped it . one end of my motherboard box was crushed , did not seem to hurt anything but next time I think I will use new egg . Anyway where are the power settings for proformance ? been digging around in the bios and just cant find them , any suggestions ?
oops never mind I found it biggrin.gif
I do have one question , is gigabytes utiltitys any good I am looking at "3D Power and easy tune" Never used these any problems with these ? 3D power power looks cool

3D power im my opinion is a waste of time lol. It is cool tho, you can test in windows with changing LLC levels.
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Originally Posted by Conners View Post

Just out of curousity is there such a thing as a bios template ne more:whistle: If so I would like to see one for the G1.sniper 3...I know I don't understand what and why I should change a setting. Vcore, dvid llc, fmc and so one. Sorry just trying to figure out how all this works and why.
THey have BIOS profile saving now, just introduced it is pretty cool, but you need the board to use it, so there is a place to templates still.

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Originally Posted by mandrix View Post

Hey Conners, welcome. Glad you made it over, doesn't seem to be many posting with the Sniper 3 yet. For my purposes using DVID offset and High or Turbo LLC works pretty good for me.
I think Sin has a Sniper, maybe he'll chime in.
Not sure about the Sniper, but the UD5H can save profiles which can be loaded on another pc? Look on the last page of the Advanced Bios and see if yours has that ability.
Yea I will help.
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Originally Posted by homestyle View Post

359
Anybody know what these new vales are in hwinfo?
cpu package
cpu ia cores
cpu gt cores
cpu package power
ia cores power
IRF IR3567
IRF IR3567
IRF IR3750
I assume these are the vrm controller temps. But where are sensors located?

Yea they are the PWMs, there is on IRF3567(6+2 phase) and a IRF3750(3+2phase). I bet yu those temps are the temps of the controller itself or the phases, in which that case they are very low.
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Originally Posted by AliceInChains View Post

Is the vrm/power-delivery design the same on the ud5h and the g1 sniper 3? They look identical. Just curious. I like the design of the sniper, but I dont need all those extra features and pcie slots.
Yes it is the same.
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Originally Posted by sixor View Post

hey guys, i know the dif between these 2 mobos, but what about vrm, heatsinks, etc, what could you tell me?
GA-Z77-D3H
z77x ud3h
VRM is the same, as is the heatsink, but the input power connector is different. Also D3H has 1 oz copper PCB(which is the standard), the UD3H has 2 oz. Also UD3H has real overclocking features, which are handy like voltage read points and post code.
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Originally Posted by arrow0309 View Post

Got it!
Thanks for the answer, now it's all clear to me. smile.gif
One last question: would there any be a Z77X-UD7?
At this point and time I cannot answer that question, however I will say that technically no there will not be a Z77X-UD7.
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Originally Posted by verification11 View Post

hello guys
first i'm not a native speaker, so excuse my english
ok... i'm a BIG noob when it comes to overclocking , and i have 2600k with a z77x-d3h mobo
all i done is overclocked mine to 4.2 auto everything......... ran prime95 test for while and it was perfect with my h100 good temps with no errors. loved the extra boost for a couple of days till i got bored again lol, now i want to push my 2600k to the maximum limit biggrin.gif
so i tried to play with the V core, little bit of research in google... people where saying something like 1.5v and 1.6v something like that, but on this mobo it's more like 1300 or 1250
so i got confused and adjusted the vcore to 1.0something and booted up on 4.5ghz, and it didnt boot up, freeze and then it wasn't booting up at all removed cmos battery to boot on default bios, then i just went ahead and change it to 4.2 auto everything tell i really get the hang of it tongue.gif
so now i have a couple of questions
what is the safest vcore for 2600k to start for 4.5ghz or 4.6ghz or more ?
and what other setting should i change?, how can you update the bios? what is the best update for overclocking sandy bridge ?
set the vcore to 1.4000v and then set 45x, then work the vcore down, until you are a t a point with good temperatures. 1.4000v is a lot for 4.5ghz, but it will make sure 4.5ghz posts, so when take the vcore down a few notches at a time until you reach your lowest stable vcore.
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Originally Posted by homestyle View Post

Is there a way to turn off the blinking lights on the lan port in the back of the ud3h board?
lol. Have you ever seen an option to turn off the lights on a LAN port? Perhaps in windows in some windows thing, but not through the BIOS, at least not on these boards.
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"then set 45x"

sorry for my noobishness. but could you be more specific ? , set what to 45x ??, Thanks in advance wink.gif
Edited by verification11 - 5/20/12 at 2:17pm
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"set the vcore to 1.4000v and then set 45x"
could you be more specific ? , set what to 45x ??, thanks in advanced

He means the multiplier good sir.
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oooooooooh i seeeeeeeeeeee , i'm too slow biggrin.gif

ok i will try and report back, thank you very much.
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^^^

first boot up at 4.5ghz , thank u sin......


edit: crashes when i run prime95 any suggestion?
as i've said before excuse my noobishness!
Edited by verification11 - 5/20/12 at 3:07pm
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The temps in SpeedFan are the same as the rest now.
I think I figured out why it wasn't working with my fans. Only CPU_FAN is PWM (hopefully that's wrong).
My PWM fans seem to work alright on the SYS_FAN headers, but I think they're getting VR control cause when they're on my PWM fan controller there is no control---the fan controller does not take VR, only PWM.

I looked through the manual and only the cpu fan is pwm control. the others just have 4 pins for decoration.

terrible money saving decision on gigabyte's decision.
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SYS_FAN1 is also PWM. The rest I won't check just yet, cause my Rheosmart controller cable won't reach them anyway.
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Put a stick in a USB port and hit F12 while in BIOS on each screen you want to capture.
Renable EIST, all that stuff on the page you can put on Auto, you don't need to turn it off, and it should idle down and vcore drop when inactive.
Go to http://www.overclock.net/t/1219588/updated-part-ii-offset-mode-overclocking-starter-guide-and-thread/0_20 on page 3 and you can see my 4.5 OC settings.

yeah tried that afterwards.

everything set to stock vcore to normal +0.010 45x idles, volts down etc. but @ load it is MUCH higher then manually setting it.

1.368 @ load with offset, 1.308 without.

I don't see any benefits to offset?

Chad
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thanks sin

i wish i went with GA-Z77-D3H, 40$ wasted

soon will arrive my z77x
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