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does anybody have info/idea on the wifi card on UD5H-WiFi edition (or such). im planning on a hackintosh/win7 dual boot build so i need info.

Well, it is dual-band atheros card. If you need more info, please specify.

I believe Mac OS uses Intel networking, so you may need some hacking.

EDIT: http://www.gigabyte.com/products/product-page.aspx?pid=4135#ov
The good thing about it is that it is basically pci-e mini to pci-e adapter with wifi pci-e mini card installed in there. Basically you can swap the card in the future if you decide so.
Edited by DeXel - 6/12/12 at 11:53am
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Originally Posted by DeXel View Post

Well, it is dual-band atheros card. If you need more info, please specify.
I believe Mac OS uses Intel networking, so you may need some hacking.
EDIT: http://www.gigabyte.com/products/product-page.aspx?pid=4135#ov
The good thing about it is that it is basically pci-e mini to pci-e adapter with wifi pci-e mini card installed in there. Basically you can swap the card in the future if you decide so.

ah i see. well, for wireless apple uses broadcom. also using a minipci-e to pci-e adapter and a used/new wifi card from a apple device, i can make a wifi adapter. well, then i will go with the normal as $20 is $20 (lol no cheap dude here)
 
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I think the adapter alone is going to cost you more than $20... although I did not check the prices for a while. And you will also need the antennas.

EDIT: Well looks like prices are down http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_nkw=mini+pci-e+pci-e+adapter+antenna.
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Ok, updated again with F7:

1. Shutdown PC and unplug power cord.
2. Reset CMOS.
3. Load Optimized defaults.
4. Update Bios from USB.
5. Restart after the update, entered bios, load optimized defaults again.
6. Boot into windows.
7. Restart set all of my Overclock settings.

I sure hope the db error stops.
Also: does the backup bios has to be updated also? cause my version is the default F4.
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I have a problem with extreme core temperature differences with i5-3570K on Z77X-UD5H.
I'm pretty sure it has no connection with the motherboard but I put a post here so Sin or someone else can help I would be grateful.
Here is the link to thread under the Intel CPU forum part so I don't repeat the post here: Ivy Bridge - Extreme Core Temperature Differences
 
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In Progress! (waiting for my thermal great and 4-4pin psu extension.

Also, guys, I bought a soundblaster Recon3d http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16829102041

WIll this be an upgrade compared to the onboard via chipset? The via pushes a SNR of 110DB ???

448448448
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running F9a (the same F8) and still can not find settings for VTT, IMC, VRAM for Samsung 30nm 4x4GB to run it 2133+ even with 1866 only working with 1.55 Vram @ 9-9-9-24-1T with 1.075 VTT and 1.025 IMC (I know about 0.005 but it does not work for me....) if I make IMC > 1.025 its more unstable.... so still waiting new better BIOS!!!!!
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Okay I have a dilemma, I was going to drive to Micro Center to pick up my processor + motherboard but they don't carry the Wifi version of the UD5H, is the wifi expansion card the ONLY difference between the UD5H and the UD5H WB, if it is i suppose i could just go to Micro Center to get the deal and also pick up a separate Wifi card to go with the motherboard.
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Okay I have a dilemma, I was going to drive to Micro Center to pick up my processor + motherboard but they don't carry the Wifi version of the UD5H, is the wifi expansion card the ONLY difference between the UD5H and the UD5H WB, if it is i suppose i could just go to Micro Center to get the deal and also pick up a separate Wifi card to go with the motherboard.

yes only wifi card
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yes only wifi card

Wow that's really a pain considering that particular wifi card costs around $70 on it's own :/

Does anyone have any recommendations for a good wifi card?
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