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SIN:
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?
Then something is wrong with your CPU, each slot has its own traces as well as some shared, perhaps your CPU is messed up.
Same thing on another board from another brand on another chip would equal CPu or memory, and since it is only 2 sticks, then it is the CPU.


Also people, let's not argue please.

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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.?
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1- if you have no problems then no!
2- in CPU-Z what is eh speed under DRAM Frequency? 667mhz or 800mhz?
You loaded XMP through 3D mode or advanced mode in the UEFI?
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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.

I haven't heard of someone getting it working properly, speedfan might be a bit outdated for the new BIOS and controller. Have you used easytune?
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I haven't heard of someone getting it working properly, speedfan might be a bit outdated for the new BIOS and controller. Have you used easytune?
I tried playing around with the fan controls in EasyTune 6 but couldn't figure out how to get it to do what I wanted and gave up due to lack of documentation. I also suspected it was causing a long delay to my login and stopped using it. I might have another play around with it and connect the fans back to the motherboard seeing as I need to open up the case to reseat my heatsink anyway.

ET6 doesn't seem to offer the advanced controls that Speedfan does, such as assigning multiple speed profiles to a fan based on different temperature sensors. It also seemed to use linear rather than curved response profiles. My aim is to keep the noise low with the fans ramping up only when critical, and have the system fans speed up when either the GPU or CPU temps rise. Asus' Fan Xpert looks like an awesome tool, and it would be great if Gigabyte had an equivalent.
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I haven't heard of someone getting it working properly, speedfan might be a bit outdated for the new BIOS and controller. Have you used easytune?
I tried playing around with the fan controls in EasyTune 6 but couldn't figure out how to get it to do what I wanted and gave up due to lack of documentation. I also suspected it was causing a long delay to my login and stopped using it. I might have another play around with it and connect the fans back to the motherboard seeing as I need to open up the case to reseat my heatsink anyway.

ET6 doesn't seem to offer the advanced controls that Speedfan does, such as assigning multiple speed profiles to a fan based on different temperature sensors. It also seemed to use linear rather than curved response profiles. My aim is to keep the noise low with the fans ramping up only when critical, and have the system fans speed up when either the GPU or CPU temps rise. Asus' Fan Xpert looks like an awesome tool, and it would be great if Gigabyte had an equivalent.

Did you try with their latest beta (4.47 Beta 2)?

http://www.almico.com/speedfan.php

It seemed the X79 SMBus support was added within the latest stable 4.46

Why don't you shot them an email?
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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.

No, I was talking about the X79-UP4
I love & like all UD5/UP5 versions, however I won't spend a fortune for one of them smile.gif
Do you think the latest X79-UD5 bioses are mature enough for a 3820 oc, air cooled?
Do you think 2 big, top intake case fans (for the main vrm heatsink) and a (modded) vrm heatsink on the rear mosfet stripe of the X79-UD5 would be enough for a better vrm dissipation? cool.gif

http://www.coolingtechnique.com/img/coolermaster/case/haf/HAF_XM_18.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/e17jz.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/J2PML.png
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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?

That was with a very high ambient temp, it's at -42/43 now thumb.gif

It was 5ghz stable on water at 1.36v and now runs at 5.5Ghz 24/7 at 1.5v under load.
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@Sin any news on full support of Samsung 30mn DDR3 RAM for UD5H ???
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does the color of the heatsinks match with the blue vengeance ram? im planning on black-blue-black-blue but i want it to look flush.
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Then something is wrong with your CPU, each slot has its own traces as well as some shared, perhaps your CPU is messed up.
Same thing on another board from another brand on another chip would equal CPu or memory, and since it is only 2 sticks, then it is the CPU.

oh bugger...then its time to move to Ivy i guess,it will be pointless to go to Sandy again,even tho i liked Sandy very much..
i will check with different memory,just in case
Thanks Sin,thats exactly my though also that is cpu bad frown.gif
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That was with a very high ambient temp, it's at -42/43 now thumb.gif
It was 5ghz stable on water at 1.36v and now runs at 5.5Ghz 24/7 at 1.5v under load.

Dam that's nice, including the water OC!
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I tried playing around with the fan controls in EasyTune 6 but couldn't figure out how to get it to do what I wanted and gave up due to lack of documentation. I also suspected it was causing a long delay to my login and stopped using it. I might have another play around with it and connect the fans back to the motherboard seeing as I need to open up the case to reseat my heatsink anyway.
ET6 doesn't seem to offer the advanced controls that Speedfan does, such as assigning multiple speed profiles to a fan based on different temperature sensors. It also seemed to use linear rather than curved response profiles. My aim is to keep the noise low with the fans ramping up only when critical, and have the system fans speed up when either the GPU or CPU temps rise. Asus' Fan Xpert looks like an awesome tool, and it would be great if Gigabyte had an equivalent.

Neither speedfan or ET6 is going to control your gpu fan. For that you need to use your gpu's control program like MSI Afterburner, Rivatuner or the like.

I have not tried speedfan with this mobo but when I used it for my previous build it worked great. However, it did take a while to figure out how to configure as it does not have the support of some of the other monitoring/fan control programs out there.

I have used ET6 and not sure how/why this is not meeting your needs. Assigning multiple speed profiles? I don't get that and like I said, I am very familiar with speedfan. You may need to look into getting yourself a fan controller which may better suite your needs.
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