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Hi Guys,
Running the UD5H WiFi / 3770K @4.5 & 16GB of Samsung Green RAM I would like to step in here and comment. I am hoping to see some others notes and settings to compare with.
I am NOT a seasoned overclocker so please feel free to suggest and/or hammer me if need be.

Before I clocked mine to 4.5 I could do configurations of 1866 and 2133, some @ 1T and some @ 2T but after the clock I could never consistently pass (more than once) an Intel Burn Test on high.
So I kind of gave up.

Seeing F9a on the TT forums I decided to play around with it on the boards switched backup BIOS and go after the 1866 again. I managed to get it to pass IBT 3 in a row.

I read the Vtt & IMC should be kept within .005 of each other and seen my Vtt was 1.050 in Auto so I took it out of Auto entering 1.050. My IMC was 0.925 in Auto and done the same but entering 1.045 to maintain the .005 span.

1866 – 10-10-10-26 2T @1.45v.

I tried the above first in 1T and it failed. Then in 2T and it passes IBT every time.

I would like to see others detailed 2133 configs with the UD5H, 3770K @4.5 & 16GB of the Sammy Green Ram.

FYI, My board came with F4, it has never gave me any of the issues that seem to be widely reported on the UD5H. Not one freeze or BSOD on F4, F7, F8 or F9a stock or clocked.
I do wish it would enter BIOS with a wireless keyboard though.
    
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You should try increase ram volts.
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Originally Posted by Sin0822 View Post

You should try increase ram volts.

I am also trying to OC this memory. I have 4 x 4gb.

Currently, I am at 1866 9-9-9-24
DRAM Voltage @ 1.5v (stock)
VTT raised to 1.1v from 1.050v
IMC raised to 1.095v from .925v

Memtest86+ doesnt recognize the memory as it should.
It reads that the IMC is at 70mhz and DDR3-1322. I dont understand why.
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Oh god. I hope I don't have this issue. Does the USB 2.0 port work for mice at least?

all the usb work, but sometimes on some boots the mouse gets no power, you have to unplug it and plug again, if you have front usb2, i believe they don´t have problems, the bugs are in the back usb ports

at least the only good thing, is that mouse is the only affected, all the other devices have no issues
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all the usb work, but sometimes on some boots the mouse gets no power, you have to unplug it and plug again, if you have front usb2, i believe they don´t have problems, the bugs are in the back usb ports
at least the only good thing, is that mouse is the only affected, all the other devices have no issues

Phew. Thank goodness for that.
post #1956 of 6656
Is it safe to raise IMC from the 0.925? Intel says 0.971 is recommended max.
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all the usb work, but sometimes on some boots the mouse gets no power, you have to unplug it and plug again, if you have front usb2, i believe they don´t have problems, the bugs are in the back usb ports
at least the only good thing, is that mouse is the only affected, all the other devices have no issues
try different mouse ...i have G9X connected on the back and not a single issue
    
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Originally Posted by coolhandluke41 View Post

try different mouse ...i have G9X connected on the back and not a single issue

I also had not had the issues with USB ports except for when I plugged in my Logitech 3D Extreme Flight Stick into one of the rear USB 3.0/2.0 ports I could not get control of my mouse pointer (frozen) in the bios. Took a while to figure out but once I did I just relocated that device to my expansion card which has additional USB 2.0 ports and all was good. Until last night.

I thought I would install the new USB 3.0 driver posted on Gigabyte web site. Downloaded to desktop and unpacked (to desktop). Double clicked the setup and everything seemed to be going ok, then all of a sudden I lost power to my mouse and keyboard. Both of these devices are plugged into the rear USB 3.0/2.0 ports. Took me a while to figure out that all I need to do was unplug them and plug them into front USB 2.0 ports. Once working I updated the USB drivers from Device Manager and everything went back to normal. Rear USB 3.0/2.0 ports became operational again.
Edited by barkeater - 6/11/12 at 4:29pm
post #1959 of 6656
I've been using the F7 UD5H BIOS dated May 11-12th for about a week now with my 2500k. Haven't had any freeze issues or audio popping or anything like that, that I saw on F8A. So far this is the perfect 2500k BIOS.
post #1960 of 6656
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Originally Posted by 2therock View Post

Hi Guys,
Running the UD5H WiFi / 3770K @4.5 & 16GB of Samsung Green RAM I would like to step in here and comment. I am hoping to see some others notes and settings to compare with.
I am NOT a seasoned overclocker so please feel free to suggest and/or hammer me if need be.
Before I clocked mine to 4.5 I could do configurations of 1866 and 2133, some @ 1T and some @ 2T but after the clock I could never consistently pass (more than once) an Intel Burn Test on high.
So I kind of gave up.
Seeing F9a on the TT forums I decided to play around with it on the boards switched backup BIOS and go after the 1866 again. I managed to get it to pass IBT 3 in a row.
I read the Vtt & IMC should be kept within .005 of each other and seen my Vtt was 1.050 in Auto so I took it out of Auto entering 1.050. My IMC was 0.925 in Auto and done the same but entering 1.045 to maintain the .005 span.
1866 – 10-10-10-26 2T @1.45v.
I tried the above first in 1T and it failed. Then in 2T and it passes IBT every time.
I would like to see others detailed 2133 configs with the UD5H, 3770K @4.5 & 16GB of the Sammy Green Ram.
FYI, My board came with F4, it has never gave me any of the issues that seem to be widely reported on the UD5H. Not one freeze or BSOD on F4, F7, F8 or F9a stock or clocked.
I do wish it would enter BIOS with a wireless keyboard though.
Like Sin said you can try raising the ram voltage. I've run that memory at 1.55v before. That might get you to a 1T command rate. Worth a try. When I talked to you I didn't realize you were running 1.45. If you told me I apologize.
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