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Unable to resist an open-box UD5H for $99 (via NCIX web outlet on ebay), under the assumption that most UD5H returns that check out as OK by the vendor are due to PEBCAK or correctable issues discussed somewhere in this forum. I will only have 7 days to check it out thoroughly. This is only my second build ever, so I'm wondering from experienced UD5H owners what are your Letterman Top 10 things you recommend that a new UD5H owner be sure to check carefully before a return window closes. Much thanks in advance. I'm optimistic this was a wise buy, and that most issues that might arise are addressable by carefully reading and re-reading suggestions posted here.
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Internal cpu ppl overvoltage (Which was added in F9D) seems to have been removed from the beta bios F9F and F9H

Will this be coming back anytime soon? gone back to F9D for now
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Hey guys, havn't been on here for a good month once again... So im back home and want to update my dads BIOS again to the most stable current version. He is running a UD5H and a 2600K. Last BIOS I have flashed to was F8 but it gave me issues, so I went back to F7. Anyone have any suggestions for which to get or which to avoid? Thanks!

Since you running 26K i would suggest the F9d and up ,there is PLL Overvoltage option and they are very stable at least for me thumb.gif
    
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Since you running 26K i would suggest the F9d and up ,there is PLL Overvoltage option and they are very stable at least for me thumb.gif

Thanks for the advice, just one question, does the PLL overvoltage opotion make sleep actually work correctly? I couldn't even get sleep to work at 39 multiplier on F7... Ill be able to flash the mobo later tonight or tomorrow morning, just wondering if I should expect sleep to work or not. Thanks!
post #2535 of 6656
Disabling PLL overvoltage should make sleep to work, but may cause worse overclock.
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Got my HAF XM Thursday and after moving everything over, the Power Surge message has completely gone away. I suspect that either something was close to the usb ports, now fully happy!
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post #2537 of 6656
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Originally Posted by DeXel View Post

Disabling PLL overvoltage should make sleep to work, but may cause worse overclock.

I got the BIOS flashed and disabled PLL overvolt. Sleep still doesn't work right. When I resume sleep my multiplier is different than what I have it set to in the BIOS. For example, PC boots at 3.9 (100x39), works great, I put it to sleep and when it woke up it was at 3.5 (100x35). I guess sleep is just hopeless on the UD5H? At this point I really am disappointed with Gigabyte. This board wasn't cheap, and I really expected great things from it, I understood that in the beginning there would be issues, thats all well and good, but its been quite a few months now and im just not happy with this frown.gif. Sin, you have any ideas/advice on this? Im not even over the 40x multiplier and sleep doesn't work right.
post #2538 of 6656
Wow. Beta BIOS F9f was a real pain. It wouldn't load my saved profile, and it went into an endless boot loop. I finally just shut it down and hit the clear CMOS button and reinstalled F8. It kept trying to load the backup BIOS again and again, I guess it got corrupted. Ah well, F8 works good, I just am always curious to see what each new BIOS brings. wink.gif
For those of you who are running F9f on UD5, is anything changed in the BIOS as far as PLL overvolt, etc? Again, just for information purposes, someone may ask and I don't really want to try and load it again right now.
post #2539 of 6656
***** F9h (With Samsung Green + i7 2600K) Profile voltage shows 1.5v actual voltage gets set to 1.35v But can not change Dram voltage higher than 1.35v.
Causes plenty issues if you cant set Dram voltage.

The benchmark option under misc i believe is now intergrated so your 3d mark scores will be higher slightly

Gigabyte you may aswell give me a job as a tester.
post #2540 of 6656
Just tried f12h for ud3h and it was a pain. I loaded optimized settings after update but still could not boot to windows. I had to clear cmos and restore windows with dvd.

So i decided to go back to f12g who was pretty stable before. Boot to windows ok but can't enter in bios to load my profile: always a black screen or freezed screen.

So i decided to go back to official f11 from gigabyte site. Loading my profile and windows are ok and pretty stable after 5 hours of p95.

But, i still can't boot to bios, now, after pressing del, i have a black screen or again a freezed screen of bios, no mouse or keyboard are working, i have to reboot or clear cmos each time.

Q-flash and dual bios screens are not working too, just freezed as the rest.

Please help.
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