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^Just fire up my UP5 TH,came with F1 BIOS. biggrin.gif
Testing now for AIDA64 and HWiNFO ,CPU-Z show Vtt voltage.......

Of course,waiting for Sin0822 great review. thumb.gif
Edited by stasio - 7/23/12 at 11:47pm
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Thread Starter 
nice haha, gotta update that BIOS but F1 isn't that bad!

yea CPUz even with F5A doesn't show VCore, only shows VTT. I will make a club now for Up boards so i can separate discussion.
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Originally Posted by Sin0822 View Post

new club http://www.overclock.net/t/1285652/official-z77x-up5-up4-d3h-th-owners-club-discussion-and-info-thread biggrin.gif
Thanks stasio, did you see my video preview?

Should we wait for these boards to become available worldwide? I was going to buy a ud3h but you look pretty excited by these new ones. Are they a better option? Thanks for everything you're doing here Sin. Are they similar in pricing?
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hi, I just bought Z77X-UD5H and can't find a infromation about how much Amps can be drain from CPU_FAN connector.
If it's possible, I would like to connect eight Artic F12 PWM to CPU_FAN because I want to control them together. ( it's 0,15A each)

Can you help? smile.gif
Thanks.
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hi, I just bought Z77X-UD5H and can't find a infromation about how much Amps can be drain from CPU_FAN connector.
If it's possible, I would like to connect eight Artic F12 PWM to CPU_FAN because I want to control them together. ( it's 0,15A each)
Can you help? smile.gif
Thanks.
I asked Gigabyte specifically about the UD5H fan headers and I was told 1A max, and of course they told me not to connect more than 1 fan per header (I ran a dual fan NH-D14 with no problems for a while). But if I were you I would get a beefy fan controller, and it's not all related to current draw. Wiring up mulitple fans there is always the possiblity of a mistake or short and that's a quick way to blow a header. I HAVE blown a fan header before overloading it (not on my UD5H's though)
I was running 14 fans off a G Vanns FC9, but it's rated at 50W per.

EDIT: The other consideration is that even though the total current draw of all the fans may be less than 1A, the start up voltage/current required for multiple fans might easily exceed the maximum delivery of the header. Something to definitely consider.
Edited by mandrix - 7/24/12 at 4:54am
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Guys with 8GB, how much RAM you have in task manager, ideal is 8192 MB, but i have 8153 MB is that ok?
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That's not bad. My system eat up 107M memory. Some modern BIOS version up to 118M overhead. UEFI is a junky, I prefer to good old legacy BIOS.
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I asked Gigabyte specifically about the UD5H fan headers and I was told 1A max, and of course they told me not to connect more than 1 fan per header (I ran a dual fan NH-D14 with no problems for a while). But if I were you I would get a beefy fan controller, and it's not all related to current draw. Wiring up mulitple fans there is always the possiblity of a mistake or short and that's a quick way to blow a header. I HAVE blown a fan header before overloading it (not on my UD5H's though)
I was running 14 fans off a G Vanns FC9, but it's rated at 50W per.
EDIT: The other consideration is that even though the total current draw of all the fans may be less than 1A, the start up voltage/current required for multiple fans might easily exceed the maximum delivery of the header. Something to definitely consider.

Thank you. So as I thought eight fan is definitely too much. Six may be fine. (together will drain 0,9A). But as you are saying I have no idea if there will be problem with start up drain.

Right now I have two fans on CPU_FAN, three on SYS_FAN1 and three on SYS_FAN2. My problem is in speed regulation. I'm trying to have same RPM on all of them depending on CPU temperature. But I'm failing to achieve that. (usnig SpeedFan)
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Guys, should i have xhci enabled or disabled or auto?
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