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Had a screech of death lockup just there.
Happens about once every 8 hours of gaming roughly.
Changed the BCLK to 101 instead of 100.1 to see if that helps.

Man, that is the BEST description of the problem with UD5H. Just randomly, like once a day, you get that weird lockup where the mouse all of a sudden starts stuttering then you hear a screech and the system locks up. I was on F8a before and it was happening on there, just flashed to "F8" so I dunno if it still happens on this one or not.
post #1842 of 6656
Gigabyte's 32-Phase Power Motherboard: Z77X-UP7

http://vr-zone.com/articles/gigabyte-s-32-phase-power-motherboard-z77x-up7/16147.html specool.gifapplaud.gifbiggrin.gif


GA-Z77-UP7_1.JPG.jpeg
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I've seen that before (multi dropping as soon as you start Real Temp). Make sure you don't have "Disable Turbo" checked in the RealTemp settings. That option returns the multi to stock even when I have Turbo disabled in the Bios.
I've seen that option in RealTemp, never checked it out. But I keep thinking he has some software interfering, so that sounds like a good candidate.
post #1844 of 6656
OK, after testing this latest "F8" UD5H BIOS, I have come to the conclusion it sucks.

I'm extremely sensitive to changes in system responsiveness and how the mouse feels. If I have any kind of dynamic CPU clocking features turned on that alter CPU speed and voltage on the fly, I can usually easily notice an increase in system latency and less mouse response. The newest F8 with all that stuff turned OFF feels less responsive than F7 with all that stuff turned on. F8 is a slug.

I'm using a 2500k on the UD5H, so it might be good for Ivy Bridge people, but I'm guessing it's not good for them either. I'm sticking to F7 for now.
Edited by r0ach - 6/4/12 at 4:49am
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Gigabyte's 32-Phase Power Motherboard: Z77X-UP7
http://vr-zone.com/articles/gigabyte-s-32-phase-power-motherboard-z77x-up7/16147.html specool.gifapplaud.gifbiggrin.gif
GA-Z77-UP7_1.JPG.jpeg

Another 1155 MB..." Lucid Virtu Universal MVP GPU virtualization"<= Lucid should get one thing right before moving to another rolleyes.gif..wonder why so many Phases ...?
EDIT so instead of UD7 we will get UP7,whatever..the heatsink must to be enormous
Edited by coolhandluke41 - 6/4/12 at 4:26am
    
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I've seen that option in RealTemp, never checked it out. But I keep thinking he has some software interfering, so that sounds like a good candidate.

Yeah, I learned the hard way. I clicked it thinking "Ya, I want turbo disabled!" What I suspect is that whatever call RealTemp makes causes a bitwise OR on that CPU register which turns "Turbo OFF" to "Turbo ON". I could be wrong about that but it did cause the symptoms mentioned.
post #1847 of 6656
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Gigabyte's 32-Phase Power Motherboard: Z77X-UP7
http://vr-zone.com/articles/gigabyte-s-32-phase-power-motherboard-z77x-up7/16147.html specool.gifapplaud.gifbiggrin.gif
GA-Z77-UP7_1.JPG.jpeg

Another 1155 MB..." Lucid Virtu Universal MVP GPU virtualization"<= Lucid should get one thing right before moving to another rolleyes.gif..wonder why so many Phases ...?
EDIT so instead of UD7 we will get UP7,whatever..the heatsink must to be enormous

UP7 seems like it's going to be for OC world records. Didn't gigabyte just capture the Ivy Bridge OC record with like 7032mhz? This seems like the board that would deliver a lot of clean power to a CPU socket to allow such overclocks.
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OK, after testing this latest "F8" UD5H BIOS, I have come to the conclusion it sucks.

I'm extremely sensitive to changes in system responsiveness and how the mouse feels. If I have any kind of dynamic CPU clocking features turned on that alter CPU speed and voltage on the fly, I can usually easily notice an increase in system latency and less mouse response. The newest F8 with all that stuff turned OFF feels less responsive than F7 with all that stuff turned on. F8 is a slug.

I'm using a 2500k on the UD5H, so it might be good for Ivy Bridge people, but I'm guessing it's not good for them either. I'm sticking to F7 for now.

I know I'm using Ivy, but I'm still on the F6 BIOS because it runs phenomenal for me. Not sure if it would serve you any benefit, but I haven't noticed the slightest hiccup in system performance.
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Another 1155 MB..." Lucid Virtu Universal MVP GPU virtualization"<= Lucid should get one thing right before moving to another rolleyes.gif..wonder why so many Phases ...?
EDIT so instead of UD7 we will get UP7,whatever..the heatsink must to be enormous

UP7 seems like it's going to be for OC world records. Didn't gigabyte just capture the Ivy Bridge OC record with like 7032mhz? This seems like the board that would deliver a lot of clean power to a CPU socket to allow such overclocks.

It's supposed to be the new Ultra Durable 5 mainboard lineup for the Z77 and X79.
Another two Z77 models are already announced (Thunderbolt-equipped), the Z77X-UP4 TH and the Z77X-UP5 TH, respectively: wink.gif

http://www.techpowerup.com/167115/GIGABYTE-s-Duo-of-Thunderbolt-Equipped-Motherboards-Pictured.html

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Edited by arrow0309 - 6/4/12 at 6:56am
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Yeah, I learned the hard way. I clicked it thinking "Ya, I want turbo disabled!" What I suspect is that whatever call RealTemp makes causes a bitwise OR on that CPU register which turns "Turbo OFF" to "Turbo ON". I could be wrong about that but it did cause the symptoms mentioned.
Actually, the only options I checked were the display of CPU #0 in the tray and GPU temperature. I've left everything else on default.

I forgot to mention it before that I had forgotten to put back one of my 2x4GB memory kits when I was running tests. When I put them back in to fill all 4 banks, the system works fine, but sleep mode stops working correctly on my Seagate drive. The sleep mode problem is currently the only issue my Western Digital has now that I know not to run any hardware monitoring programs other than HWInfo. I suppose I could stop using sleep mode, but I shouldn't have to. I was planning to use 8GB for a ram drive, but that will have to wait until Gigabyte can fix the compatibility issues; I can live with 8GB installed instead of 16GB. When I have time I may try my 2x2GB DDR3 1600 kit for a total of 12GB to see if the system has issues and I should also try running the modules at 1333MHz.
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Also, question. What is this new Thunderbolt tech that they're talking about? I'm curious.


EDIT: Nevermind. I LMGTFY'd myself. biggrin.gif
Edited by DaClownie - 6/4/12 at 7:02am
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