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Originally Posted by barkeater View Post

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.

yes,the 1st slot not working for me...i will ask friend to let me borrow his memory,so i can test with different memory,hope that problem is memory not cpu
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Originally Posted by barkeater View Post

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.

by testing software I mean CPU-Z, AIDA64... all shows DDR_3 and DDR_4 as slot #1 and #2 and DDR_1 and DDR_2 as slot #3 and #4....
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Originally Posted by arrow0309 View Post

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
You don't like the Z77X-UP4 or UP5? the X79S-UP5 might be a bit expensive b/c it uses s server chipset.
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Originally Posted by pushaz View Post

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
so wait, the same issue happened on another board?
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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.
Well yes your PSu can have something to do with it, PSU supplies the standby power as well, however some PSUs might not have enough power on certain rails or might be missing the negative rail here and there. Your PSu could also be bad as most modern PSUs should have everything in order.

BTW OCZ makes terrible PSUs now, only back until like 2007 did they make anything good, like the OCZ 520W powerstream from 2005.

PC&P was also bought by OCZ, and now they are just as crappy. Corsair makes very good PSUs int he high end, antec in the low is good, some of the new brands that use good OEMs, like Sparkle uses Great Wall and they are great. Seasonic is always excellent as is ernmax.
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Well yes your PSu can have something to do with it, PSU supplies the standby power as well, however some PSUs might not have enough power on certain rails or might be missing the negative rail here and there. Your PSu could also be bad as most modern PSUs should have everything in order.
BTW OCZ makes terrible PSUs now, only back until like 2007 did they make anything good, like the OCZ 520W powerstream from 2005.
PC&P was also bought by OCZ, and now they are just as crappy. Corsair makes very good PSUs int he high end, antec in the low is good, some of the new brands that use good OEMs, like Sparkle uses Great Wall and they are great. Seasonic is always excellent as is ernmax.
Thanks for the speedy advice ! That OCZ supply is going back tomorrow.
It's wasted a lot of my time, I think. The same supplier has Corsair; I might get one of those.

It's worth remembering that this seems to finally fix the sleep issue (for me at least), because I know that plenty of other people are still having similar problems with these boards. Maybe it might help someone else.
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Originally Posted by pushaz View Post

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

Don't quote me if you don't have anything valuable to say. You started talking to me first and I'm only replying to whatever 'Crap' you're putting in front. You quoting me and you want me to ignore it but others to read it? Are you seriously crazy? or just high?

Go preach somewhere else where the whole dam world can listen to you, just exclude me from it. Common decency and equal respect is required by everyone on online forums. The fact that you don't have any only shows how illiterate you are in life. I rest me case, now you surely will be ignored!

@Sin, do let me know if you find out anything on my issue.
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My Z77-UD5H under phase biggrin.gif

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Remember to insulate people...

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Don't quote me if you don't have anything valuable to say. You started talking to me first and I'm only replying to whatever 'Crap' you're putting in front. You quoting me and you want me to ignore it but others to read it? Are you seriously crazy? or just high?
Go preach somewhere else where the whole dam world can listen to you, just exclude me from it. Common decency and equal respect is required by everyone on online forums. The fact that you don't have any only shows how illiterate you are in life. I rest me case, now you surely will be ignored!

oh dear...troll even here - first you tried to do this with Sin,now with me
1.you dont know me,so keep you opinion about how i am illiterate to yourself
2.you started this BS,and now you not happy for whatever reason?? you should read all your posts,maybe then you will get some clue what trash you talking
3.talking about respect - you wont be respected if you dont do this to others - so far i didnt see see any respect from you towards others (i dont care about myself - im to thick for such type like you)
4.you should not talk trash and crap here,its are serious forum,where people looking for advise and help - leave your personal life outside,nobody cares about it
5.rest in piece (and stop trolling)
From your posts i can say that you hardly more literate than me or others here,and through all 270 pages i saw only you talking crap here and accusing others of some sort "illiteracy" - i even have no clue what problem you have if you jumping on others and me?
The less such types like you,the better forums will be,but i guess every forum have they own trollboy
Again - rest in piece - ignored


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Originally Posted by Sin0822 View Post

so wait, the same issue happened on another board?

Yes,its happened with Asus P8P67 Pro,i was using all 4 slots for about 15 months,then one day 1 slot just stopped working
So,thats closer to being cpu bad i guess?
Edited by pushaz - 7/16/12 at 5:08pm
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Guys, I've finished my first build ever! It has a UD5H mobo and I have some doubts.

1 - Shall I update to the latest firmware (F8)?

2 - Why do the CORSAIR Vengeance 8GB (2x4GB) PC3-12800 (DDR3 1600) memories are shown as PC3-10700H (DDR3 1333)? XMP is enable and it's working well. But why the correct information isn't shown in programs like CPU-Z, GB Easy Tune 6 etc.?



System:

I5 3570K
GA-Z77X-UD5H
8GB Corsair Vengeance DDR3 1600
GTX 670 FTW
Corsair HX750
Edited by Caramuru - 7/16/12 at 5:56pm
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Originally Posted by Mr Frosty View Post

My Z77-UD5H under phase biggrin.gifWarning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Remember to insulate people...
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Great going man, -38C is looking awesome:D

Can you tell us that how did you set up the SS, did you buy it from somewhere or did you make it yourself? and how much could you OC your processor till?
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Has anyone had any success getting SpeedFan to control the system fan headers on a Z77X-UD5H board? Only 3 PWM fans sensors appear under the SPEED tab in SpeedFan. Pwm1 and Pwm3 both seem to jointly control the CPU fan. Pwm2 seems to control the SYS_FAN1 header. My interpretation from the motherboard's user manual is that the SYS_FAN2 and SYSFAN3 headers are also controllable.
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