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Thanks!
Any word on a change log or what was updated?
No,atm.
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As TT forum is still down (for me),I'll post here:
GA-Z77X-UD5H - F8
- 25.May 12

Thanks stasio.
When I said the BIOS was on TT, I probably meant to say Gigabyte UK Forum (slight brain abberation here)
For some reason I couldn't correct original post.
TT is down for me too here.
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TT forum on now.
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BTW try manually setting your voltage on the memory to 1.65v, I think perhaps that you need to update your BIOS and see if it occurs.
BTW it is 3570, not 3570K right?

ok so i followed your advice and updated the bios but no change. so i reverted back to 7, then i tried upping the voltage as you recomended...vola, it's stable; question is though; is it safe for the memory to run at 1.6? or is that what xmp should have set it at, is the memory or bios at fault? should i care? i have another 8gb chip coming tomorrow and just want to make sure that i won't fry 2 chips at 1.6v.

another question; should i push this memory any further? or should i leave well enough alone?
Edited by jellyfish98 - 5/30/12 at 7:23am
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New iRST, RAID, AHCI, VGA, and USB 3.0 drivers for the UD5H showed up today on the Gigabyte official download site. Installed and running perfect here on BIOS F8d, definitely recommend. Gigabyte is still showing F8c as the latest BIOS. Would be interested to hear what "F8 Final" brings to the table(?).
    
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f8 q-flash finally shows my thumb drive on my front usb 2/3.0 ports! Yay!

When I updated from f7, it did not see my thumb. I had to use a rear 2.0 port. I checked to see if f8 would see the thumb on the front usb's, and it did. Which is awesome, 'cause I hate having to wrestle a thumb into my already full rear I/O.

Thanks for liasioning all that info to Gb sin!
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Sorry, once again I have not been on the thread since my last post, been busy with finals and projects, but is does this new F8 BIOS have the setting to allow 2600k to sleep at over 4 GHz? I know sin said he personally had a BIOS that allowed this, does anyone know if it has been implemented in F8, or which revision it might be implemented in the future?
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Sorry, once again I have not been on the thread since my last post, been busy with finals and projects, but is does this new F8 BIOS have the setting to allow 2600k to sleep at over 4 GHz? I know sin said he personally had a BIOS that allowed this, does anyone know if it has been implemented in F8, or which revision it might be implemented in the future?

I've been running a 2500k @ 4.53ghz and haven't had a sleep issue on any of the bios's. Is the 2600k different? That would frustrate me if I had a 2600k and it was true. Sleep issues are annoying.
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yea as far as i know there is a setting, the name of which I can't remember at the moment, but without it the 2600 doesn't recover from sleep properly (it resumes a standard multiplier or lower). Fortunately, the computer is my dads photo editing computer, not a main computer or my computer (I would have switched out for another mobo because I use sleep ALL THE TIME). But yea, without the setting sleep won't work at over a multiplier of 40 on the 2600k is the short explanation. Sin said he personally had a BIOS that had the fix, but since it isn't a "major" issue as its a sandy not an ivy, they gigabyte isn't as worried about fixing it as quickly as some other issues. I understand this, seeing as ivy is what this was "built for". but still, I was one of the first 2600k users on here with a UD5H, would be nice to get the sleep ability sooner or later. lol. But I am glad it works for your 2500k, because like you said, sleep issues are super annoying.
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yea as far as i know there is a setting, the name of which I can't remember at the moment, but without it the 2600 doesn't recover from sleep properly (it resumes a standard multiplier or lower). Fortunately, the computer is my dads photo editing computer, not a main computer or my computer (I would have switched out for another mobo because I use sleep ALL THE TIME). But yea, without the setting sleep won't work at over a multiplier of 40 on the 2600k is the short explanation. Sin said he personally had a BIOS that had the fix, but since it isn't a "major" issue as its a sandy not an ivy, they gigabyte isn't as worried about fixing it as quickly as some other issues. I understand this, seeing as ivy is what this was "built for". but still, I was one of the first 2600k users on here with a UD5H, would be nice to get the sleep ability sooner or later. lol. But I am glad it works for your 2500k, because like you said, sleep issues are super annoying.

Ya, bummer man. Honestly, I would figure a lot of UD5H users would be using sandy processors, like us. Especially 2500k and 2600k, since they sold so god d*** well. Hope it gets fixed soon for your pops smile.gif
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