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Do you have installed:
Intel® Management Engine Interface(MEI) Driver 8.x.x.xxxx
Intel® INF Driver 9.3.x.xxxx
and latest Intel driver (1.0.4.225) for USB?

I updated them when I read your post, Seems to have fixed the issue for the time being. Thanks thumb.gif
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Add me to the list as soon as a 3770K releases on Newegg. Was going to go for the Sabertooth but at $42 cheaper, the UD5 is too nice to pass up.
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If you till have odd issues please list what they and detail it, if you just say you have this issue then they can't reproduce it and try and solve it. memory used is also important.
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post #264 of 6656
Hi owners, I have a few questions for you guys!

1. If I use a big air cooler like D14/SA, will I be blocking use of the top PCI-E slot? I am looking to build a system to run SLI as well as use an Essence STX sound card. Going by Thermalright's website, the Silver Arrow is 147mm wide, which looks to be a pretty tight fit for the sound card up top.

2. The price difference between UD3H and UD5H is not huge (~$30 USD?), if we're looking for a basic yet solid board for moderate OC do we really need to go with the UD5H?

3. I read in the thread that there was a new bios released which fixes the boot loops experienced by systems running a 2600K. Approximately how long should we expect until retailers start getting boards that have this bios installed already?

Thanks as always =)

PS - With regards to bios issues, my previous experience with the 790FX and 890FX chipsets was that the first few bios are kinda rocky but within a month or two everything gets worked out. It sounds like they are even quicker with the fixes this time around.
post #265 of 6656
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...There curerntly is an issue and has always been an issue where Sandy bridge CPUs cannot handle recovery from sleep when CPU PLL overvoltage is enabled, currently on these boards PLL overvoltage is enabled when you OC any OC. However GB will introduce a BIOS son with the option to disable PLl overvoltage. The reason they didn't do this is because Ivy Bridge can recover from sleep with pl overvltage enabled...

Hey Sin0822,

Reading around some other forums, it looked like the "Sandy Bridge CPU sleep recovery with PLL overvoltage enabled" issue recently got fixed on some other boards (e.g. Asus).
This suggests to me that it's not actually a problem with the Sandy Bridge CPU but the BIOS or microcode (or else Asus just found a very clever work-around)
So... would it be too much to invite Gigabyte to fix the Sandy Bridge CPU sleep recover issue biggrin.gif

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G1.Sniper 3 - F4g is out.
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post #267 of 6656
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G1.Sniper 3 - F4g is out.

Nice thumb.gif

Now tell me when this board will be available, been hunting for it since I have seen the previews. sozo.gif
     
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post #268 of 6656
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yes i saw that on ROG boards they said they fixed it a little while ago, however how fixed I am not sure. ASUS uses some firmware on their ROG boards which can enable the forcing of a boot when the system doesn't think it should boot, that is most likely the reason they are able to boot. It was something a lot of people complained about, however with the setting disabled you should be able to go to 4.5 to even 5ghz with out it and your 24/7 OC prob isn't going to be affected.. CPU PLL OV raises max multi 3-4x higher than without, so most CPUs can do 5.2-5.8ghz max thus without you will still get a high OC. You really don't need to enable it for all 24/7 OCes. However the fact is that they will make it available and if you need it then you cn just disable it, ad you should be able to still OC to your 24/7 OC. That is all i can tell you.

Its a lot to invest into fixing an issue that can be dealt with by disabling pll overvoltage, the issue is that it is part of OC, which firstly voids their warranty. Second on all disabling cpu pll overvoltage has fixed the issue for almost everyone I have told to do this, and they just don't say my OC is too high that i need to enable the setting.
Edited by Sin0822 - 4/23/12 at 7:17am
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post #269 of 6656
I agree Sin, the sleep "fix" did not look utterly conclusive.
I'm not looking for "competetive" overclock, so the PLL overvoltage probably shouldn't worry me too much. Would be nice to have manual enable/disable though.
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post #270 of 6656
Ok update on my situation.
I was at suppliers this morning, both boards were tested and they agreed to swap it out, on a side note they have had msi z77 boards come back doing
the exact same thing, so it seems the boot loop issue from sandy is still very much alive. They have had 4 board come back so far, 2 of them my gigabyte boards
and 2 of them msi z77 gd65's/
    
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