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Originally Posted by crimsonspark View Post

hey guys, i've been reading this thread ever since i got my z77x ud3h, anything in particular that i should know else besides updating my bios?

here's my rig:

intel core i7 2600k
gigabyte z77x ud3h
g.skill ripjaws F3 12800CL9D 8GBXL
corsair hx650
evga gts 450 ftw
corsair carbide 500r

anything that i can know more or anything, i'll be happy to have your advices on things, PC build 1st time and a OCN newbie here, much appreciated

Only thing I can recommend goes against what you posted. Only really need to update your BIOS if an update is necessary. I'm still running an older version of my BIOS... however I haven't had any issues. If It ain't broke...
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How possible is to hit 4.8Ghz with 3570K?
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hello, i have z77x-ud3h and my samsung ssd 830 128GB (last firmware) dont boot on bios F8, F9 and F10. Loop gigabyte uefi logo screen. Boot properly on F5, F7. What can i do?
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I should get my POS back from Newegg in the next couple days, wondering if it is worth my time to deal with Gigabyte or not.
IDK, check with me from time to time PM and I'll let you know what I find out. I've heard Gigabyte is pretty good about fixing things, but the way my luck is going with new parts I'm almost afraid to be hopeful.
If I have to pay a ton and shipping I'll tell them to keep it.
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I don't blame him. Sounds to me like they gimped it by design. Like the P8Z68-V LE; I found out right away that ASUS allowed offset only, with no fixed Vcore that overclockers like.
How do these decisions reduce cost or improve value?
One word, Sales, the sales department makes decisions like that to bring distinctions between boards within the same chipset.

Anyways Spicy- It look slike they wont be adding VCore adjustment to that board. I can recommend the Z77-D3H or Z77MX-D3H as the cheapest boards with VCore adjustment, both shoudl perform okay. The MX has MVP, while the Z77 doesn't. the MX is also mATX tho.

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Only thing I can recommend goes against what you posted. Only really need to update your BIOS if an update is necessary. I'm still running an older version of my BIOS... however I haven't had any issues. If It ain't broke...
Good advice.
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How possible is to hit 4.8Ghz with 3570K?
I can hit that with my 3770K very easily. Are you asking for your 3570K? You need a 3570K which can do it first of all, ussually your max OC will be like 200-300mhz higher than the OC that is stable with water/air cooling and Ivy. I could make a profile for it if you like, or just use my 4.5ghz profile and increase the multiplier.
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hello, i have z77x-ud3h and my samsung ssd 830 128GB (last firmware) dont boot on bios F8, F9 and F10. Loop gigabyte uefi logo screen. Boot properly on F5, F7. What can i do?
I have the same SSD, but the 64GB version. Are you checking to make sure the SATA mode and the boot selection is set correctly?
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IDK, check with me from time to time PM and I'll let you know what I find out. I've heard Gigabyte is pretty good about fixing things, but the way my luck is going with new parts I'm almost afraid to be hopeful.
If I have to pay a ton and shipping I'll tell them to keep it.
Yea they should email you, or you can email them and ask for an update.
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How does changing the turbo power limit (watts) or core current limit (amps) help in overclocking?

Are they interelated? If I increase the limits on 1 value while decrease the limits in another, does the system go with the more conservative values?
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Only thing I can recommend goes against what you posted. Only really need to update your BIOS if an update is necessary. I'm still running an older version of my BIOS... however I haven't had any issues. If It ain't broke...

thanks clownie, will report back once rig is all setup and have no problems detected
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Just because you think a feature should be available on a product doesn't constitute a shortcoming of the mfg. for not including it. If it was important to you then you should do your homework and make sure it has what you want. The language that is used in ads is always going to use those types of general statements about giving you full control, blah blah blah. You may not agree but cost does have a general direct relationship with features. I think its funny (not ha ha funny) that even after you were able to rma your still *****ing. Buy a board that has the features you want at a cost your willing to pay. If you buy something that claims to have a feature that doesn't, or it doesn't work correctly (or at all) you have a legit gripe. Otherwise you made a mistake and you should chalk it up as a learning experience. Stop blaming someone else for your mistake.

I did do my homework. Nowhere on the product page or the retailer's ad page did it mention that the DS3H does not provide vcore. Ask yourself this--what boards even advertise having such a feature? It's so basic it's never mentioned.

"Buy a board that has the features you want at a cost your willing to pay."

^ This is laughable. A mobo that costs over $100 should definitely have VCORE adjustments. Give me a break. A board that is under $150 may not OC well and that is fine and your quote applies in that case but having VCORE is so basic that your quote is ridiculous in this context. As I mentioned earlier, even boards that cost half as much as the DS3H have vcore. And there are PLENTY of mobos in the same price range as the DS3H that have vcore adjustments. It's ironic to me that I have to even mention this. I am not complaining because the DS3H cannot clock as well as a $199 board or because of special features missing. Those all come with price as you mentioned. But let's be real here... we are talking about CPU VCORE.
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One word, Sales, the sales department makes decisions like that to bring distinctions between boards within the same chipset.
Anyways Spicy- It look slike they wont be adding VCore adjustment to that board. I can recommend the Z77-D3H or Z77MX-D3H as the cheapest boards with VCore adjustment, both shoudl perform okay. The MX has MVP, while the Z77 doesn't. the MX is also mATX tho.

Thanks Sin0822 for the recommendation.
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Since i got the Ivy i have been constantly tweaking the bios and i have to say that most stability tests don't apply to this chip ...i was P95, Hyper PI ,LinX stable until i start playing BF3 ,don't know if this is due to the new Tri-Gate Transistor or what, but CPU intensive games like BF3 can bring this processor to its knees ,just my 2cents.gif

Sin can you explain the GFX thing ..or ask GB about it
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