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I still am in shock of how damn fast this board boots. WOW. thumb.gif

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post #282 of 6656
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Originally Posted by Sin0822 View Post

2500K users never had the issues that the 2600K users had for some reason, must have been a microcode thing. Currently you cannot disable CPu PLL OV, which means you cannot OC and recover from S3 sleep with sandy bridge CPU, but that will change very soon.

maybe im not using S3 sleep, but whatever sleep windows 7 is using seems to work fine under F6h, I havn't even upgraded to 6i yet as I have been to busy to mess with it at all, and I also havn't had time to figure out if my BIOS recovery problems are still there (the alt+f10 to try and load my backup bios since my main wont flash properly with q-flash). I know I have S3 sleep disabled in the BIOS, but what is different about S3 than whatever standard sleep is (which im pretty sure working for me on my 2600k)
post #283 of 6656
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try plugging the pump into a steady 12v output.
I think top, its int he manual: http://download.gigabyte.asia/FileList/Manual/mb_manual_ga-z77x-ud5h_e.pdf
Atheros is LAN 1 and the LAN 1 is on the bottom if the board is in a case.

Whether plugged into Sys_3 (top) or Sys_4 (bottom) it shows the same "speed" (1454 rpm) in all monitoring utils including EasyTune. In other words as far as I can tell it's running wide open all the time.
Plus I'm running push/pull out the back with 2 Cougar Vortex pwm fans plugged into the cpu fan header. Spent hours today testing all fan in/out combos for maximum cooling and found the best for my setup, and tried pulling fresh air in with the cpu fans which actually made it worse. So I don't really see a fix for this, although I'm certainly open to more suggestions. Can't afford to buy anymore "stuff" and still get the 3770K.
post #284 of 6656
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ahh i personally just use the fan they provided and just let it sit in open air. it works better than my air coolers. The thing is the best air cooling is going to be as good as these watercooling kits, they isn't some magic in them.

I do however plug into the 12v as the fan ports, they don't usually punch out all 12v as it is a SMART fan port.
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Oh, so you're coming from the power supply and not using a fan port?
What I do when running IBT, P95 etc is disable the controls in the BIOS, so all fans run wide open.

Another thing if someone can tell me how much current these fan headers are rated for I would like to know.
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i can measure it, but probably maybe 0.3 or 0.5 A per header I think. Yea i use the PSU direct.
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i can measure it, but probably maybe 0.3 or 0.5 A per header I think. Yea i use the PSU direct.

Uh Oh. Until I hear back from Gigabyte I guess I shouldn't be running both cpu fans off the cpu fan header. I think the fans I'm using are rated about .34A each which has always seemed safe on Gigabyte boards in the past.
Would be nice if Gigabyte include 2 cpu fan headers, but oh well at least this board has 4 system fan headers.
post #288 of 6656
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i will ask them, but i have no idea how much per fan port. i know people have asked, maybe search google and see?
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Hey guys!

I am new to OC.net. I have read through the majority of this thread, realizing there are issues (which seem to be solved pretty quickly with the help of Sin) I have decided to pull the trigger on the UD5H and 3570k. I havent been in the CPU/Mobo tech game since i bought my Q9450/780i system 3 years ago, so this is a bit new to me, especially the OCing aspect. I do plan on OCing, looking for a 24/7 setting, as well as a max OC just to see what i can achieve. I will also be running WC loop with it. Anyway, with that said, I was wondering what the best RAM would be to run with this system? It may be a noob question, but like i said been out of the game for a bit. I have actually already ordered the mobo and RAm just waiting on the release of the processor, as i am sure everyone else is. The RAM i ordered is a set of G.Skill Ripjaws X ddr3-1600(16GB), mainly because i had read that it was good ram, but is this the best ram to run with the system? I may decide to OC the ram a bit, but its not my main concern. Anyway, this seems like a pretty basic setup. Any suggestions would be great. I can always return the memory.

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