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very happy with the f9d bios

its already reduced the vcore for my 4.7ghz overclock to 1.360 (for instance it was @ 1.4 ) temps are down a good 5c

and now the rest of the afternoon to see how far i can go now with this 2500k smile.gif
Edited by -Ste- - 6/20/12 at 6:00am
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Quote:
Originally Posted by -Ste- View Post

very happy with the f9d bios

its already reduced the vcore for my 4.7ghz overclock to 1.360 (for instance it was @ 1.4 ) temps are down a good 5c

and now the rest of the afternoon to see how far i can go now with this 2500k smile.gif

Is this happening with the Ivy Bridge equivalents as well? I might have to flash to a F9d to see if I can get 4.8ghz on this i7 wink.gif

I'm still running F6 because it does everything perfect for me so far.
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Is this happening with the Ivy Bridge equivalents as well? I might have to flash to a F9d to see if I can get 4.8ghz on this i7 wink.gif
I'm still running F6 because it does everything perfect for me so far.
dont think so main reason why im getting this is now us sandy bridge users can enable/disable ppl over voltage
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Hey guys- New Z77-UD3H owner here. I've had it for about a 2 weeks and it is running well so far although I did have some usb3.0 problems. Mouse and keyboard would work in the bios but as soon as windows loaded both were dead. I ended up having to plug into the usb2 headers on the board in order to install the drivers. After that everything works as long as I keep my logitech Momo wheel out of the usb3 ports.

The questions I have today are about the fan controller. I have 3 scythe 1200 rpm fans on a 360 radiator that I would like to control. As it is now I have one plugged into the cpu header (set to voltage) and the others in sys fan1 and 3. The cpu fan and fan1 can be controlled using ET6 but fan 3 is always at full speed. I have read only sys fan 1 is controlled by voltage and fans 2 and 3 are pwm only. Is this really the case and if so is there any chance this can be changed with a bios update at some point? Ideally I would like to have all 3 fans ramp up with the cpu temp which brings me to my next question.

The system temp doesn't vary enough to reliably speed the fans up under load. Is there a program or setting I can use to control the sys fans to adjust their speed based on cpu temp? Or if I buy one of those 3 port fan splitters and plug them all into the cpu header would that overload the motherboard? Space is an issue in my pc so I would like to avoid buying a separate fan controller. I don't have any usable 3.5 or 5.25 bays either.

Any advice or insight would be appreciated.
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yea it is one of the limitations of your board, your other option is to just set it higher, but are you sure your system temperature doesn't go up much? I am guessing it is a confined space so i would think the temperature would increase.

Anyways also about your USB 3.0 ports not working until you installed drivers, that is very normal, as those are the VIA ports, and they run off a VIA controller, not a hub, and they require drivers before they will work. Same goes for the UD3H.

You can possibly put two of your fans on the CPU header, but not 3. You might overload it.
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Actually the first time I installed windows the usb ports worked when using the ones on the Intel controller. I had a bad driver install (user error) and had to reformat and reinstall windows when the usb ports on the back wouldn't work. I was using a PS2 keyboard at the time if that has anything to do with it.

The system temp does rise but much slower than the cpu temps. I guess I could adjust the limits so it ramps up faster. My main issue is having the one fan at full speed since it is a quiet system otherwise. Worst case I could always break down and buy some new pwm fans.

What would be the consequence of overloading a fan header? Permanent damage?
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just a little update with my overclocking with the f9d beta bios for the UD5H with my 2500k

4.5ghz is at 1.310 down from 1.360
4.7ghz is at 1.360 down from 1.400
4.9ghz is at 1.400 i could never get stable before
Edited by -Ste- - 6/20/12 at 11:43am
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Are any of you using 32GB RAM in your UD5H? I'm interested in loading up for nested VMs/ramdisk but wanted to see if any of you had first-hand experience using that much memory on the board. Looking at non-Corsair kits (Crucial Ballistix Sport, Mushkin Blackline) as I've had issues with them in the past.
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Hey guys- New Z77-UD3H owner here. I've had it for about a 2 weeks and it is running well so far although I did have some usb3.0 problems. Mouse and keyboard would work in the bios but as soon as windows loaded both were dead. I ended up having to plug into the usb2 headers on the board in order to install the drivers. After that everything works as long as I keep my logitech Momo wheel out of the usb3 ports.
The questions I have today are about the fan controller. I have 3 scythe 1200 rpm fans on a 360 radiator that I would like to control. As it is now I have one plugged into the cpu header (set to voltage) and the others in sys fan1 and 3. The cpu fan and fan1 can be controlled using ET6 but fan 3 is always at full speed. I have read only sys fan 1 is controlled by voltage and fans 2 and 3 are pwm only. Is this really the case and if so is there any chance this can be changed with a bios update at some point? Ideally I would like to have all 3 fans ramp up with the cpu temp which brings me to my next question.
The system temp doesn't vary enough to reliably speed the fans up under load. Is there a program or setting I can use to control the sys fans to adjust their speed based on cpu temp? Or if I buy one of those 3 port fan splitters and plug them all into the cpu header would that overload the motherboard? Space is an issue in my pc so I would like to avoid buying a separate fan controller. I don't have any usable 3.5 or 5.25 bays either.
Any advice or insight would be appreciated.

I've not used it with this board but Speedfan is something you may want to try as it should be able to do what you are trying to do without overloading an individual fan header. However, two of your fans will have to be pwm for it to work without a fan controller. You might be able to get away with getting two fans using a y-splitter on the cpu fan header, but not likely three.
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