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wow I gotta say I am starting to like this UD3 mobo , I was on a asrock p67 and with just swapping motherboards I am noticing a major increase in speed . Compaired to the asrock Gigabyte has a ton more tweaking options . I just love the PWM power tweaking optiosn . I was a little unstable in AHCI mode , I enabled hot swap for my samsung sata 2.0 hdd and that seemed to realy help for some unknown reason , must be the HDD firmware I guess . or maybe the drivers ? I did notice gigabytes MEI driver has some kinda cloud feature so I dumped those driver and headed straight to intel and grapped their drivers for from their latest z77 motherboard . That got rid of that service thumb.gif Was concerned because that could possibly be a sercuriy hole . Probaly fine but took no chances as I have no need of any cloud service anyway..
Hope this might help someone
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Originally Posted by mandrix View Post

Has anyone been doing any actual physical voltage measurements? My radiator/fans in the way and I can't really get to that corner. Gonna change that this week, though, and put the rad on top the case.

My programs have been real accurate except for VTT, which is 0.015v higher than reported in software or UEFI. But on the rest the board shows 0.002~0.005v higher. I've only been using LLC Turbo or Extreme.
Edited by samwiches - 5/22/12 at 6:41pm
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Is there a trend? Like too much, not enough, or all over the place?
The trend would be the software showing lower than the multimeter, but I haven't done a lot of comparison because one I realized this was an issue I immediately stopped using software for reading the vcore.
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My programs have been real accurate except for VTT, which is 0.015v higher than reported in software or UEFI. But on the rest the board shows 0.002~0.005v higher. I've only been using LLC Turbo or Extreme.
What programs are those? I used CPU-Z, and for a short time I used Easytune 6 which was unstable but the vcore readings matched what was in CPU-Z.
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Thread Starter 
mandrix:

Here are my results i posted them a few times in this thread:
Z77X-UD5H @ 1.4v and 4.5ghz
266

Here i tested for the UD3H:
Z77X-UD3H @ 1.45v and 4.5ghz
183

Higher frequency and voltage will put a slightly higher push on LLC.
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Yeap ..same here and yes i had to make few changes in my OC like different LLC and Phase + about .03v more ,so far so good
Hey did phase to extreme perf really help? LIke if you change to auto will it not be as stable?
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Would love a profile @ 4.8Ghz. Also how far do u recommend i keep the CPU for 24/7? Did not bother me having 2500K @ 1.46v for 24.7.
Keep volts under 1.35v, and temps under 85C for max peak.
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my z77x-ud3h on F8 and F9 won't boot from anything (pendrive, HDD, SDD, DVD), loop logo screen, on F7 boot from everything correctly, on F10 boot from everything but not from SSD samsung 830.

Can you just use F7 Then? If you don't have any other issues then use BIOS F7. I will ask if they made any changes, because my drive works fine.
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Yep got an email this morning, Gigabyte sending my board back via UPS, should be here Friday. Form just said 'RMA Repaired Shipping Notice Doc." so I'm hoping for the best. No charges were mentioned. thumb.gif

Good to hear! I hope they fixed it up for you!
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I Think I may be one of few UD5H owners that has nothing to complain about.
So, I decided to give the beta bios F8c a try . So far so good.
I am able to run my 3570k on auto voltage at 4.5Ghz. something that was not possible before.
As far as stability goes, it seems fine Played Diablo 3 for a couple hours last night and no problems.
Ran BF3 for a while as well. no issues.
Lol you are part of the majority of owners who doesn't have much to complain about, they just don't post about it. lol in all honesty, i think if you know how to build a system and are familiar with how to set it up you wont have issues. Some people screw things up on their own end, either because they don't know or are very new to building computers. Sometimes there are real issues but they get sorted out. I am glad you are fine.

If anyone else has an issue, that is what this thread is for, so users can post their problem, and then users like me and others can help, and if we can't help then i and a few others have the ability to report to GB.
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I am not going to be overclocking mine at all. I'll have an i7-3770k CPU in it and a PNY GTX 580. Are there any issues with the board settings at stock defaults? I haven't finished constructing my PC but I want to be aware of any problems I might face before the fact.
Thanks in advance.
No there aren't. If you do have issues please post here or private message me.
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So far it seems like the recommended voltage is about 1.35 volts for 24/7 usage. Also, Sin seems to have some decent chips... Mine is hitting 85C max in Prime95 with 4.7GHz and 1.33 volts.
Not sure how necessary a profile would be for these chips... seems like it's just a matter of bump voltage, try, bump voltage, try. There's only 1 voltage and one multiplier that needs to be changed. Far cry from my LGA775 days, messing with Skews and voltages on every damn part of the motherboard to get that last 100mhz.
Good advice:thumb:
Yea it really is very simple isn't it? and yes 1.35v is what i think most people agree on is max 24/7. Yea haha P55, X58 and now you have iyv. Of course there are people like us how like the challenge, and then others who are new or scared by the new platform. Profiles are nice idea tho, and I intend to take full advantage of them! Yea one issue is my CPU is freaking great haha.
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What are you guys using for 3570k's? More specifically on the Z77x-D3H... I'm running stock at 4.3GHz just fine, my goal is a 4.8GHz overclock. Probably not on the Hyper 212+ though.. Depends how lucky i am biggrin.gif
Nice man! yea hyper 212+ not gonna do 4.8 lol.
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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?

If you use turbo then they can extend the amount of power being used, and not limit the OC. Would max both of them out, but don't make watt lower than current. I set 300 on each if I use turbo.
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Thanks Sin0822 for the recommendation.
Yea man, I am sorry for what happened to you. If the retailer wont want to replace it or RMA, then you might want to contact GB, they might be able to help you.

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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
Thanks

Yea some programs hit certain parts of the CPU that stress tests do not, or might take very a long time. That is why Intel sometimes recommends using odd programs for stability like ADIA64 with AVX. Usually it is for money for ADIA, but sometimes there is a reason.

What is the GFX issue?
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When increasing multi to overclock, what do you all do with the 1, 2, 3 core active turbo?

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With my overclocking/undervolting it seems I can pass Intel Burntest and Prime95 small FFTs fairly easily but I keep failing large FFT. Overclocking much without a lowered vcore gives me temps too high so for now I've given up on overclocking. Sticking with the default bios settings which allow it to go to 3.8GHz, that'll do. I'm thinking about reseating the heatsink just in case that helps. I had never intended to go past 4GHz so 3.8 isn't that bad.
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My programs have been real accurate except for VTT, which is 0.015v higher than reported in software or UEFI. But on the rest the board shows 0.002~0.005v higher. I've only been using LLC Turbo or Extreme.

Cool, thanks.
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Originally Posted by Snakes View Post

The trend would be the software showing lower than the multimeter, but I haven't done a lot of comparison because one I realized this was an issue I immediately stopped using software for reading the vcore.
What programs are those? I used CPU-Z, and for a short time I used Easytune 6 which was unstable but the vcore readings matched what was in CPU-Z.

OK, thanks.
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mandrix:
Here are my results i posted them a few times in this thread:
Z77X-UD5H @ 1.4v and 4.5ghz Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
266
Here i tested for the UD3H:
Z77X-UD3H @ 1.45v and 4.5ghz Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
183
Higher frequency and voltage will put a slightly higher push on LLC.

Sure, but you're only one data point and I wanted to see some more samples. wink.gif Besides, all your voltages are up on the high end, you crazy overclocker!
Anyway gonna move my radiator this week, -got mod fever anyway- so I'll be able to do some manual checks by end of week I hope.
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mandrix:

Here are my results i posted them a few times in this thread:
Z77X-UD5H @ 1.4v and 4.5ghz
266

Here i tested for the UD3H:
Z77X-UD3H @ 1.45v and 4.5ghz
183

Higher frequency and voltage will put a slightly higher push on LLC.

That chart makes me feel so much better. I wanted to stay below 1.35... and me running 1.3v with LLC Extreme puts me somewhere below 1.35 biggrin.gif
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Lol you are part of the majority of owners who doesn't have much to complain about, they just don't post about it. lol in all honesty, i think if you know how to build a system and are familiar with how to set it up you wont have issues. Some people screw things up on their own end, either because they don't know or are very new to building computers. Sometimes there are real issues but they get sorted out. I am glad you are fine.
If anyone else has an issue, that is what this thread is for, so users can post their problem, and then users like me and others can help, and if we can't help then i and a few others have the ability to report to GB.

^ This

Honestly, it's great people come here for help in a community driven support forum. But sometimes it can give false image of a products performance/quality. I've built a ton of systems over the years and these days it's easier then ever. I mean, I remember ISA slots and jumpers! My UD5H has been bulletproof out of the box, but a lot of top tier boards are.

It's just a shame good products can take on a bad image, whether they're an Asus, Gigabyte etc, due to simple user error. I mean, just read the low newegg reviews on the UD5H. It's for the lolz.

Common sense and a bit of research (google) goes a long way as a computer builder these days. It's pretty remarkable the quality of computer stuffs being put out these days smile.gif
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