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then go get an asus and stop complaining, lol. BTW it is part of Intel spec, TT thing you are referring too. It isn't some amazing asus only tech. Other manufacturers knew about it before Z77 release as well.

The memory you have however isn't very good with these boards no matter the rest of the hardware, however you should be able to get 2133 stable on all 4 DIMMs.

MR. FROSTY- UPDATE YOUR BIOS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! BIOS F7 increase stability HEAVILY for all CPUs. F8 does the same. F9D will have the fixes for all of them. As suggested use FAT32 flash drive.

Any of those BIOSes improve OCing capabilities on IB? I'd love to push this beast to 4.8 or 4.9...
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Try F9D see if it does anything, but IB OCing is already maxed out on these boards wink.gif Unless Intel does something to do it for all motherboards, there is nothing GB can do,i mean the UD3H has the WR for Ivy bridge Frequency LOL, what more can you ask for?
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then go get an asus and stop complaining, lol. BTW it is part of Intel spec, TT thing you are referring too. It isn't some amazing asus only tech. Other manufacturers knew about it before Z77 release as well.
The memory you have however isn't very good with these boards no matter the rest of the hardware, however you should be able to get 2133 stable on all 4 DIMMs.
MR. FROSTY- UPDATE YOUR BIOS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! BIOS F7 increase stability HEAVILY for all CPUs. F8 does the same. F9D will have the fixes for all of them. As suggested use FAT32 flash drive.

I get GIGABYTE cos its good for hackintosh....

with F9d they did some good improvements so its looks like they on right way.... just taking too long rolleyes.gif but I'm still waiting....
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i recently got a gigabyte z77x-ud3h with i5 3570k and gkill memory. The computer has been freezing up occassionally. Anyone else having these problems? it seems to happen especially when i try to use Splashtop to remotely log into the computer. Could it be the atheros lan card or my wifi card that's causing the computer to freeze?
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Had another lockup whilst playing BF3.

rebooted and had a lockup while on the desktop, went into BIOS and it locked up there. mad.gif


Anyways i am finally getting around to trying onboard sound instead of my X-fi PCI to see if that the issue.


Noob question incoming redface.gif:)


I turned on the onboard in the BIOs.

Installed from the CreativeSB folder
Installed from the Realtek folder
Trying to install from the Creative folder and it says "setup is unable to detect a supported product on your system"

No DVD drive on comp so i copied the Audio folder from the CD onto a stick



What am i doing wrong?

Cheers guys
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Originally Posted by jking3826 View Post

i recently got a gigabyte z77x-ud3h with i5 3570k and gkill memory. The computer has been freezing up occassionally. Anyone else having these problems? it seems to happen especially when i try to use Splashtop to remotely log into the computer. Could it be the atheros lan card or my wifi card that's causing the computer to freeze?
you have listed no systems specs or BIOS version or anything, we cannot just help you if we know nothing.
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Had another lockup whilst playing BF3.
rebooted and had a lockup while on the desktop, went into BIOS and it locked up there. mad.gif
Anyways i am finally getting around to trying onboard sound instead of my X-fi PCI to see if that the issue.
Noob question incoming redface.gif:)
I turned on the onboard in the BIOs.
Installed from the CreativeSB folder
Installed from the Realtek folder
Trying to install from the Creative folder and it says "setup is unable to detect a supported product on your system"
No DVD drive on comp so i copied the Audio folder from the CD onto a stick
What am i doing wrong?
Cheers guys
Some guys had uploaded the drivers and software package for the XF-I in this thread, anywhere remember where it was?
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The drivers are on page 62

I installed those ones Sin (Sound blaster console etc)

I am a bit confused still though

In device manager it says under audio:

High definition Audio Device
Realtek High Definition Audio


Should there be a listing for x-fi there?

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There are two Creative folders on the DVD. One of them is for UD5H, the other is not (maybe for UD3H?) so it is normal.

And realtek hda in device manager is normal since creative software is just an emulation of x-fi effects.
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There are two Creative folders on the DVD. One of them is for UD5H, the other is not (maybe for UD3H?) so it is normal.
And realtek hda in device manager is normal since creative software is just an emulation of x-fi effects.


Ah i see!

Cheers DeXel. +Rep
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well in his case an RMA is what is needed, as it is most likely a faulty board or some hardware issue. Most likely now that he found that without his eSATA drive it works fine, that is most likely the issue, there is perhaps a hardware issue.
What is your eSATA drive? Can you give me all the specs on it? That way I can report it, and if they have it they can try it and see if they get the same issue. A simple HDD timeout can also cause issues. What was your cold boot issue? It just wouldn't boot? or it would hang at the BIOS screen? if it hangs at the BIOS screen, that is simple HDD timeout man.
hey Evgenix, you have the SAME exact system specs, mobo, CPU, memory, do you have any of his issues?

Here are some links to my eSATA. Mine was released before USB 3.0 so..... It also has Firewire 400 & 800 capabilities. I use eSATA.
But here are links to that one and the newer ones. It has its own RAID1 controller and power supply. Works great but for the UD5H.

Also know I purchased the Box only and used two WDC 750GB RE3 Enterprise HDD's.


Box with USB 2.0 option.


Box with USB 3.0.
    
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