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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.

You need to RMA your board. First of all.

Second of all there are two 2600K problems, and have been solved with the BIOS update today, so that is a big deal, and there should be no more 2600K problems. smile.gif
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Hi guys

Just installed my new Z77X-D3H its my first gigabyte board so slowely finding my way around. I am trying to overclock my i5, i have changed the multi to 40 but it seems to keep downclocking when im at the desktop. Do i need to disbale a feature to stop this from happening? Also i noticed that the turbo cores function seemed to have different values for each core 33,34,35,36 is this normal?

Sorry for sounding kinda dumb but never had a board with this many features before lol, also noticed my 1600mhz memory seems to be running at 1333mhz as well, im just worried about touch to many things and screwing it up. Is the easytune software ok to use on the desktop to try overclocking? or should i stick to the bios to be safe?

Thanks again guys

Liam
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With a 2500k, I have been looking for some problems but finding very few.

Going IVY next week and we will see!

Before starting to overclock any board, I recommend anyone to spend 3 - 4 Hours researching The CPU architecture as well as the Motherboard chipset! Expecting to just pop it in and have it work flawless at high overclocks is not reasonable. Also,buying any new launch product, expect some issues
Edited by Electroneng - 4/20/12 at 3:52pm
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post #214 of 6656
I have the GA-Z77-UD5H mobo, and I'm having problems trying to set much of anything in the BIOS. Can't change dram timings, for example. I've been bouncing back and forth between the GUI and the "Advanced" pages and found the Advanced just won't let me touch some things, and the GUI version locks up on me.
Using the F6i BIOS. No boot problems, loops, etc. No keyboard problems as far as I can see unless it's the keyboard locking up the GUI.
Finally I just used EasyTune to set a modest 4.2GHz OC to see what would happen. (it worked)
post #215 of 6656
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something is wrong i am guessing with your BIOS flash.

i recommend that you reflash the BIOS through QFLASH in the BIOS itself with a USb thumb drive formatted in FAT32 with the BIOS rom on the drive.

After the flash hit reboot, and then go back into the BIOS goto the last page in the advanced section and hit "Load Optimized Defaults" Then restart after you selected that option.

This is something you should always do if you are having issues, however i and many others do this after every BIOS flash on every board if you are going to OC it.

If you are still having issues I can try and help you, however you should easily be able to change things.
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Hi guys
Just installed my new Z77X-D3H its my first gigabyte board so slowely finding my way around. I am trying to overclock my i5, i have changed the multi to 40 but it seems to keep downclocking when im at the desktop. Do i need to disbale a feature to stop this from happening? Also i noticed that the turbo cores function seemed to have different values for each core 33,34,35,36 is this normal?
Sorry for sounding kinda dumb but never had a board with this many features before lol, also noticed my 1600mhz memory seems to be running at 1333mhz as well, im just worried about touch to many things and screwing it up. Is the easytune software ok to use on the desktop to try overclocking? or should i stick to the bios to be safe?
Thanks again guys
Liam

You need to disable EIST, C1E, and C3/C6 states under advanced CPu menu, you might also want to disable turbo mode and set the main ratio.

I have Z77/Ivy OC guide coming out, but Ivy and sandy OCing are the same for the most part, ivy is easier.
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I'm on f5 bios running prime now stable. Should I update bios or just keep f5?
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post #218 of 6656
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if you have no BIOS you should stay, but if you start having problems you might want to flash to F6I, BTW you have a BIOS switch, why not switch the BIOS and flash to a new one on the backup? it will erase your profile tho.
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post #219 of 6656
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You need to RMA your board. First of all.
Second of all there are two 2600K problems, and have been solved with the BIOS update today, so that is a big deal, and there should be no more 2600K problems. smile.gif

Can you clarify the 2600K problems that were solved? I do not agree as I have this CPU and BIOS F6i and sleep mode does not wake nicely. It goes through the boot loops at least three times and the BIOS then prompt for user intervention. It even does this at stock speed! What am I doing wrong?redface.gif
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if you have no BIOS you should stay, but if you start having problems you might want to flash to F6I, BTW you have a BIOS switch, why not switch the BIOS and flash to a new one on the backup? it will erase your profile tho.

Does F6i Allow the PC to go to sleep? And so far the only issue with F5 is the mouse doesn't work. But I dont really give a crap I am used to the old way anyways.
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