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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.
How about Kingston? i know that GB and Kingston work very closely to make sure everything works very well, I am not sure about mushkin or crucial as they have sort of dropped off the deep end when it comes to being up to date with newer modules. Honestly it might take an increase in VTT and IMC voltages, with Sandy bridge you might have issues, but I think ivy bridge can handle it. i know that my kingston kit is 16GB 2133 and it runs very well on sandy bridge and ivy bridge with my UD5H.
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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
Hey so you are saying BIOS F9D improved your CPu OC? Did you enable Cpu PLl OV?

Also all the users who didn't like F8!!!!! Please listen, so there was a major change put into BIOS F8, and it had to do with increasing stability, but many of you reported that it actually hurt the stability of your 24/7 OCs, most of you were sandy bridge owners. If you could please let me know if BIOS F9D helps fix this, if not then please let me know and I will give you another version of BIOS F8, named F8X, and it has the stability changes removed, so it is F8 but without the changes that many of you reported hurt your OC. if you could try it and let me know if it fixes your issue, then I can report it and they will work on changing it.
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Hey so you are saying BIOS F9D improved your CPu OC? Did you enable Cpu PLl OV?
Also all the users who didn't like F8!!!!! Please listen, so there was a major change put into BIOS F8, and it had to do with increasing stability, but many of you reported that it actually hurt the stability of your 24/7 OCs, most of you were sandy bridge owners. If you could please let me know if BIOS F9D helps fix this, if not then please let me know and I will give you another version of BIOS F8, named F8X, and it has the stability changes removed, so it is F8 but without the changes that many of you reported hurt your OC. if you could try it and let me know if it fixes your issue, then I can report it and they will work on changing it.

pretty sure its because i have enabled Cpu PLl OV at 4.5ghz
at 1.310 with its left to auto i could never get into windows

seems happy enough played a couple of hours of bf3 and a hour of prime going to leave prime over night now
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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.

I have Crucial Balistix Sport 2x8GB kit, and they are working fine. Not sure about 32GB of them in total.
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after you flash your BIOS it will reset itself, and reboot again and then boot.

Well, everytime I reboot my system in windows, the board was turning off, and then was booting after that. That does not happen anymore. Not sure what I did though, but most likely overclock wasn't stable.
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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.
Is the rear USB 3.0 on the UD5H VIA also? If so, why isn't there a driver?
The only problem I have is my Kodak printer won't work off the rear USB 3.0 ports.
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The ud5h and sniper3 have 1:4 hubs. the ud3h and othershave a 1:4 controller. the hub requires no driver because it is Intel usb3 on the output. the hub is like a repeater in there it strengthens the signal and it also consolidate bandwidth it also does use a 1x pcie lane from the pch
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The ud5h and sniper3 have 1:4 hubs. the ud3h and othershave a 1:4 controller. the hub requires no driver because it is Intel usb3 on the output. the hub is like a repeater in there it strengthens the signal and it also consolidate bandwidth it also does use a 1x pcie lane from the pch

So in that case plugging in the ATX4P plug could actually supply voltage necessary to remove the USB overvolting error that many have experienced?

Also, the gains people are seeing on the F9d BIOS... is that only SB users? or are IB users seeing the same? I would love to start pushing 4.8/4.9 on my IB smile.gif
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So in that case plugging in the ATX4P plug could actually supply voltage necessary to remove the USB overvolting error that many have experienced?
Also, the gains people are seeing on the F9d BIOS... is that only SB users? or are IB users seeing the same? I would love to start pushing 4.8/4.9 on my IB smile.gif

I think my 3570K works with slighly less voltage too on F9d. 1.285V for 4.4Ghz. Before it was closer to 1.3V if I remember correctly (I will switch to the backup BIOS tomorrow to see if it is so). In both cases LLC at turbo.
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So (just checking my understanding) on my UD5H, one Via810 chip is driving the 4 USB 3.0 ports on the back panel, the other is driving the two MB USB 3.0 headers next the the front panel & GSATA headers (f_usb30_3 & 2), but the f_usb30_1 header runs directly off the Z77. But all of them are using the same driver. So this narrows the possibilities for the difference that I encounter where all of the USB 3.0 ports work fine under Win8 except the ports on the f_usb30_1 header (they don't recognize the first USB 3.0 device that I plug in after boot - USB 2.0 devices have no issue - but 3.0 devices work fine after that first device is not recognized). The Win8 driver that is driving all the ports must have some issue with the header that is not going through a hub.

What I am getting at is that this still sounds like it could be a driver issue or a BIOS issue, no? (BTW The problem header is fine for me under Win7.) Hmmm... I haven't tested this in a while, so I'll try again with f9d and the latest Win8 RP updates.

(I am loving f9d, very stable, but I think some of my previous instability issues may have been related, at least in part, to Google Chrome on Windows 8.)
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Well guys, I'm running UD5H WB with 3570K since a month now @ 4.5Ghz and no problems yet until now. Well the WIFI tends to connect and disconnect the whole time and randomly. It used to work perfectly before, but now it's being a pain. Any help would be appreciated.

I tried uninstalling and reinstalling the drivers from the giga website, but that didn't help.
Also updated to F9D, just for the heck of it, but still no go.
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perhaps it has to do with your access point.
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