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post #201 of 6656
So both my Z77x UD5H and Z77x UD3H suffer from a boot loop and nothing seems to fix it.
So pissed right now, was so looking forward to gaming on my new machines...Now that's gone out the window.

Machine boots, 2 seconds later shuts down and restarts..20 times...
    
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you need to update to the latest BIOS just posted today, otherwise something else is wrong.
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Googleing ud5h problems, this board seems to have the most problems of all z77 boards so far, just look how big this thread is. it is unfortunate because this board gives you the most features and quality components for the price, but somehow its built with bad coding or design or something, which makes all the futures moot. the board does have potential tho, but none of that matters right now.
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post #204 of 6656
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hey man this board should have very little problems after the Final BIOS release. The most problems now are from users with 2600K, and the BIOS was publicly released today that fixes the 2600K alone problems.

This BIOS for the UD3H should fix the boot loops, the OC failed, and the mouse problems: http://www.mediafire.com/?h4y7z4va5syj71p
Same for the UD5H here: http://www.mediafire.com/?hh68o6dxbk6qohu

F8E(E) and F6I(UD5H)

BTW person above me, wait until Ivy comes out, this board doesn't have the issues it was with the 2600K with Ivy or with 2500K it seems(but i didn't test 2500K, i just hear)

mouse issues shodul be improved, BTW watch out there were TWO BETAs released today, the latest ones are teh latest ones Stasio posted:
G1.Sniper M3 - F5b
GA-Z77X-UD5H - F6i
GA-Z77X-UD3H - F8e
GA-Z77X-D3H - F7h
GA-Z77-D3H - F12d
GA-Z77M-D3H - F6d
GA-Z77MX-D3H - F11b

Also there should be final BIOS soon.
There is also F6h and F6D, however I was told F6i is what you want for the UD5H. I am about to test them now and make sure it was solved. However a few days ago when i promised this BIOS, i did that because i was given a none public BIOS for the UD3H to see if it fixed the issue, and it did. I don't just promise things I am promised, i actually tested it before i made that claim.


After you flash the BIOS it is always a good idea to load optimized defaults and restart, or else odd things start to happen.
Edited by Sin0822 - 4/20/12 at 2:08pm
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you need to update to the latest BIOS just posted today, otherwise something else is wrong.

Thanx for the reply.

I would flash it but its just not possible.
Pc's starts for literally 2 seconds then shuts down and restarts..On both board with different chips and ram.
    
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Incompatible RAM can cause that.
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I have another ram question... Hopefully my last, please bear with me biggrin.gif
The ram I intend to use requires 1.65v. Will Sandy Bridge safely run memory voltage this high? I thought the white papers for SB indicated a max memory voltage of 1.5 or something like that.

this was posted by GSkill rep. . regarding 1.65v kit running under Sandy Bridge and Ivy Bridge;
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Dear Customer

We can certainly clarify the confusion you may have. Intel does NOT support overclocking, so DDR3-1600 is the maximum frequency they suggest. As a result, DRAM Voltage is also limited at 1.50V (standard). This memory kit is clearly not average, or standard, so of course it will not follow Intel's guidelines. As you know, Intel has had this DDR3 limitation for Sandybridge and chipsets prior, so it is nothing new. If you do a quick search for performance DDR3 memory, everything is above 1.50V. Rarely is <1.50V memory considered high performance.

G.Skill produces the best (extreme) memory modules available on the market. Rest assured that the kits are tested for their specific platforms. With the proper settings, although much greater than Intel specifications, it will not harm your CPU. Similar to CPU frequency overclocking, 4.6GHz+ from 3.8GHz default (turbo) is common, but technically Intel does not support it. If you want to follow Intel and the standards, you will need to purchase DDR3-1600 CL11 or under.

Thank you
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Googleing ud5h problems, this board seems to have the most problems of all z77 boards so far, just look how big this thread is. it is unfortunate because this board gives you the most features and quality components for the price, but somehow its built with bad coding or design or something, which makes all the futures moot. the board does have potential tho, but none of that matters right now.

On the other hand, keep in mind that the UD5H is a type of board that they are selling a lot to enthusiasts and overclockers who are interesting in pushing the boundaries of what's possible with the board or discussing endless details which might not be of interest to the typical buyer of a more run-of-the-mill board.
I was actually surprised by how few imperfections I found with the board, especially considering the BIOS is quite immature; it's only been out a few days. I have a feeling that this one is going to be a "keeper" wink.gif
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post #209 of 6656
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Googleing ud5h problems, this board seems to have the most problems of all z77 boards so far, just look how big this thread is. it is unfortunate because this board gives you the most features and quality components for the price, but somehow its built with bad coding or design or something, which makes all the futures moot. the board does have potential tho, but none of that matters right now.

I'd disagree. The only reason it looks like the UD5H has the most problems is because we created a community on this forum specifically for the Z77 Gigabyte line to assist each other in transitioning from either one platform to another. This in itself isn't easy, and the responses in this thread alone have contributed in at least three BIOS updates that have alleviated some of the minor issues a few members have had. The fact that Gigabyte has gone through such great extent to take care minor issues that some members are having completely blows me away, and I have yet to see this kind of support from any other manufacturer. I have complete faith that Gigabyte will take care its loyal customers.

Also something to take note: Many motherboards using a Sandy Bridge processor on a Z77 motherboard are having minor issues that are being reported throughout random locations on the net. The difference with them in comparison to Gigabyte is that there isn't a community like this to highlight and solve problems that members are having.

I have yet to see any other Z77 club, nor have I seen the same support the Gigabyte community is providing to each other.
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New BIOS coming.........thumb.gif
G1.Sniper M3 - F5b
GA-Z77X-UD5H - F6i
GA-Z77X-UD3H - F8e
GA-Z77X-D3H - F7h
GA-Z77-D3H - F12d
GA-Z77M-D3H - F6d
GA-Z77MX-D3H - F11b
is out on TT forum.

Thanks, Stasio. I am happy to confirm that the F6i for the Z77x-UD5H has given me back mass compatibility in EUFI (using a gaming mouse).
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