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Every new Beta Bios that gigabyte comes out with doesn't guarantee any way of being better than the previous one. Your statement is really flawed here. And I even said that not every other company has a perfect end-product, I'm not sure if you even read what I said previously.

Every new Beta bios have fixes (mostly) from previous Betas,you should know this,and my statement is right
I read,it seems that you cant always get what others saying and replying in some kinda arrogant style
Dont like what others saying - just ignore,if you dont read,doesnt mean others do the same
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@Sin0822
Hope I wasn't so OT before, with my invasive X79-UD5 vrm's power issue, I really like this board and its vrm (even powerful) and the only reason I posted here is that I can't find a X79 Gigabyte motherboards thread here on the ocn.
Feel free non to answer my question if it's worth it
OT out
Hey sorry, um the power consumption thing is all about what ICs the board uses, it isn't all about the VRM. However if you have less phases then the heat is usually more. With the X79 series their MOSFETs had good enough power ratings but their RDS(ON) is okay, but with Z77 GB uses MOSFETs with much lower RDS(ON) for the VCore. Now they are switching to IR3550 which means they wont be using the same MOSFETs any longer. I would look into the X79-UP4 it shoudl be a great board from what I hear.
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Any difference between Z77X-UD3H-WB WIFI and Z77X-Ud3H aside from the wireless connector? would it be worth the extra price?
No difference. That is up to you.
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Hye Sin,furthest slot of ram from cpu not working,so only using 2x4Gb,if i put even 1 working stick in that furthest slot,it gives me code 51 (memory initialization error)
I explained whats happened on page 264,if you have time to read that in my poor english

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Red - slot not working,Green - currently my ram in those slots
All 3 slots working except that marked in Red
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Hye Sin,furthest slot of ram from cpu not working,so only using 2x4Gb,if i put even 1 working stick in that furthest slot,it gives me code 51 (memory initialization error)
I explained whats happened on page 264,if you have time to read that in my poor english
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Red - slot not working,Green - currently my ram in those slots
All 3 slots working except that marked in Red

Hey o have you tried other memory modules to see if they work int he furthest slot? That is the slot you are supposed to use. Either your particular memory just wont work in it or there might be something wrong with the board. But that slot and the one right next to it each have its equal distance to the memory channel. So one could be defective or the trace refection might not be good for your sticks.
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Hey o have you tried other memory modules to see if they work int he furthest slot? That is the slot you are supposed to use. Either your particular memory just wont work in it or there might be something wrong with the board. But that slot and the one right next to it each have its equal distance to the memory channel. So one could be defective or the trace refection might not be good for your sticks.

so there is not many chances that my cpu memory controller bad?
thing is,this memory worked for my Asus P8P67 Pro for more than year,and 1 slot stopped working after i did routine cleaning,so i thought is mobo and got GB UD5..
well,i need to find somebody who have DDR3 memory then and try what you suggested
will report ASAP as i do it
THANKS Sin
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Originally Posted by arrow0309 View Post

@Sin0822
Hope I wasn't so OT before, with my invasive X79-UD5 vrm's power issue, I really like this board and its vrm (even powerful) and the only reason I posted here is that I can't find a X79 Gigabyte motherboards thread here on the ocn.
Feel free non to answer my question if it's worth it
OT out
Hey sorry, um the power consumption thing is all about what ICs the board uses, it isn't all about the VRM. However if you have less phases then the heat is usually more. With the X79 series their MOSFETs had good enough power ratings but their RDS(ON) is okay, but with Z77 GB uses MOSFETs with much lower RDS(ON) for the VCore. Now they are switching to IR3550 which means they wont be using the same MOSFETs any longer. I would look into the X79-UP4 it shoudl be a great board from what I hear.

Thanks, but I don't like the new UP4 layout and look (gonna use the NH-D14 and a 6870 CF too) smile.gif
I will keep an eye upon the newer UP5 instead, if is no going to cost a fortune biggrin.gif
Otherwise I'll have to either go for the Z77X-UD5H or find a better way to dissipate the X79-UD5's vrm
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I researched the other z77 boards. They ALL have issues! it's just that the Gigabyte boards have more discussion on them. I'd like to see some sales figures. I wouldn't be surprised if Gigabyte was just very popular.

One good thing about all this discussion is if you do end up with a problem you are more likely to get help.

When people do research on these boards they just skim looking for keywords and base judgment off that. Read the post, Understand it, Read the responses and see how or if the issue was solved.

If I Iistened to what the internet said my computer shouldn't have booted and if it did the CPU would have melted.
Edited by MarkMcPain - 7/16/12 at 11:21am
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Try F9E and turn off CPu PLL Overvoltage(disable it)

SIN0822, would value your advice here!
I've been doing a lot of experiments trying to discover why my UD5H with 2500K doesn't recover from sleep properly, and found something very interesting :
To remind you, the problem was that it would never awake by moving the mouse. It sometimes recovered OK by pressing the Power button, but even then, it always went through the "multiple reboot" sequence we all know. Most of the time, it did not recover properly.

After trying different BIOS and CPU PLL settings without much luck, I seemed to be able to fix the problem by changing my POWER SUPPLY!

- I always got the problem described when I used a OCZ ZS series 550W supply (quite new, an apparently "EuP ready")
- When I changed back to my old OCZ "Stealthstream" 400W supply, the problem seems to be gone. Now, the computer will wake from just the mouse (no need to press powet button), no repeated reboots.

Can you explain what might be happening? I can't understand why the older supply seems to be allowing the mouse to remain powered and lets the system wake OK.
I thought that the new power supply should be a better one.
Does the "EuP ready" have any relevance?
Should I return the OCZ ZS series 550W supply back to the vendor ? It seems to give the correct voltages (measured with a meter), but the UD5H seems to hate it!

Many thanks for your continued support.
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I do not know if its BIOS (f9 and f10 the same) but slots which in manual under number 1 and 2 in all testing software show up like like 3 and 4....

so if you look at manual and this picture:

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by manual red = #1 but in in all testing software its #3....
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I'm not sure what you mean by testing software, but the slots are labeled as is described in the User Manual:

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Starting furthest from the CPU and moving in, they are identified as slot 1, slot 3, slot 2, and slot 4.
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