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What's up? Another new member joining because of this owner's club.

I'm using a UD5H with a 3770k and Samsung 30nm RAM and I'm having a few issues. I've read the thread from pg 200 on and didn't see any answers. Don't crucify me if I missed it... Lots of posts.

1. I've noticed a little quirk of using the betas - if I set vDRAM in a beta loaded as bios 1 (mBIOS) then the f8 final loaded in my backup is unable to adjust vDRAM. It will always be set to the value selected in mBIOS. Anybody else notice this? I suppose I can just save and load profiles for OC/Stock, but I thought a switch was even easier... Guess not.

2. I am using an add in NIC for comparability with a certain alternative OS. I have it installed in the 1x above the 16x and sometimes the card isn't seen after a cold boot.

At any rate I'm in for the sub... Beats coming back in a week and catching up on 30 pages.
post #2972 of 6656
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Originally Posted by Blast View Post

I've said twice that slots 2 and 4 don't work. If I use slots 1 and 2, that involves slot 2. Any configuration at all that involves slots 2 and 4 result in the error.
That "Uhh, yeah" is in respect to the fact that the manual states that 1 & 2 is for dual channel. Chill, no need to get so defensive.

You're supposed to populate slots 1 and 3 first. You're making it sound like you have 2 sticks and that since 1 and 3 aren't working well for you, you're trying 2 and 4 which is why you're getting that error. Have you tried a stick at a time to see if maybe 1 stick is failing? If you do, make sure you only use the first slot.
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Originally Posted by snipekill2445 View Post

What are these "Sleep Issues" that I've seen mentioned? I don't want to buy a platform that has know problems...

These boards (x-d3h, x-ud3h, x-ud5h) can be quirky. Some people have problems initially while others do not. I can tell you about my own sleep issue. Initially when my PC went to sleep and woke up, it would freeze completely prompting a reboot in Windows 8; in Windows 7 I would get 0xF4 BSODs if I slept the system and woke it up. There are certain SSD prep you must perform (which I did, so that wasn't the problem). I did a lot of reading and found out that this board doesn't seem to like Sandforce too much.

I've gone through a lot with this board, believe me. I think a lot of people return them in error. I was urged to return mine because of all the issues I had as well but decided to try to work through them and I have had success. I made some changes to my system and now it seems to be pretty solid. My problems stemmed from the very, very unstable VIA USB 3 ports and a SSD as my boot drive. They were exacerbated by the fact that I have a lot of devices. I'm sure that people who just plug a keyboard and mouse in, likely have few to no problems. I have since moved all my USB 2 devices (except keyboard and mouse) off the USB 3 ports to a USB 2 bracket I purchased (connected to the internal USB 2 headers) and am currently using a spinner as my boot drive instead of the SSD. I'm replacing the Sandforce based SSD with one using an alternative chipset. I'm telling you this because the 3 boards are similar and encounter similar issues.
Edited by neoprimal - 7/29/12 at 9:38am
 
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You're supposed to populate slots 1 and 3 first. You're making it sound like you have 2 sticks and that since 1 and 3 aren't working well for you, you're trying 2 and 4 which is why you're getting that error. Have you tried a stick at a time to see if maybe 1 stick is failing? If you do, make sure you only use the first slot.
Not true, (why is this so difficult?)... Refer to the scan posted by 2therock (post #2964). Slots 1 & 2 are the first to be populated...but, it appears as if they're in positions 1 & 3. To actually use 1 & 3 (or 2 & 4) first, would be a mistake... Testing individual sticks in single slots is good advice.
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Originally Posted by Ali Man View Post

There are sleep issues even with Ivy Brige, I'm your proof.

What I heard is that with Sandy Bridge error in firmware causes sleep issues on any board that has pll overvoltage enabled. Its first time I see somebody has sleep issues with Ivy Bridge.
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Originally Posted by snipekill2445 View Post

What are these "Sleep Issues" that I've seen mentioned? I don't want to buy a platform that has know problems...
With PLL overvoltage enabled the system running Sandy Bridge CPUs does not wake from sleep. This is not motherboard dependent. Its fault of any Sandy Bridge CPU on any board, but as Ali Man says he also experiences sleep issues with Ivy Bridge. However, I think that the cause of his problem is different.
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These boards (x-d3h, x-ud3h, x-ud5h) can be quirky. Some people have problems initially while others do not. I can tell you about my own sleep issue. Initially when my PC went to sleep and woke up, it would freeze completely prompting a reboot in Windows 8; in Windows 7 I would get 0xF4 BSODs if I slept the system and woke it up. There are certain SSD prep you must perform (which I did, so that wasn't the problem). I did a lot of reading and found out that this board doesn't seem to like Sandforce too much.
I've gone through a lot with this board, believe me. I think a lot of people return them in error. I was urged to return mine because of all the issues I had as well but decided to try to work through them and I have had success. I made some changes to my system and now it seems to be pretty solid. My problems stemmed from the very, very unstable VIA USB 3 ports and a SSD as my boot drive. They were exacerbated by the fact that I have a lot of devices. I'm sure that people who just plug a keyboard and mouse in, likely have few to no problems. I have since moved all my USB 2 devices (except keyboard and mouse) off the USB 3 ports to a USB 2 bracket I purchased (connected to the internal USB 2 headers) and am currently using a spinner as my boot drive instead of the SSD. I'm replacing the Sandforce based SSD with one using an alternative chipset. I'm telling you this because the 3 boards are similar and encounter similar issues.

Please reply back with different non-sandforce SSD thumb.gif. Sandforce SSDs are known for these problems independent from motherboard. I am totally fine with my Samsung 830.
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Sorry about the news. Mine came back great. Not to insult you but you do know slot 1 is the furthermost from the CPU eh? Just making sure because it almost being the industry standard most are the closest and it bit me before redface.gif.
Good Luck, I know waiting for a board to return is no fun.

Yeah, unfortunately (haha) I know how memory slots are ordered. 2 bad boards in a row is definetly disheartening. While Im sure this board is great, I think I'm going to try my luck with the ASRock Extreme6 (my first choice; I went with the UD5H bc I wanted to try the gigabyte brand)
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You're supposed to populate slots 1 and 3 first. You're making it sound like you have 2 sticks and that since 1 and 3 aren't working well for you, you're trying 2 and 4 which is why you're getting that error. Have you tried a stick at a time to see if maybe 1 stick is failing? If you do, make sure you only use the first slot.

Slots 1 and 2 are to be used for dual channel. Slots 1 and 3 would result in single channel. I have stated that absolutely any configuration involving slots 2 and 4 result in the error. The sticks of ram are fine (they worked fine on the last faulty board) and they have passed a long running of memtest. I am using the ram in slots 1 and 3 temporarily because the other slots are dead.

Sorry if double post - on a phone.
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you can actually do slots 3 and 4 without issue depending on the memory modules.
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Yeah, but slot 4 will rresult in the same error slot 2 has.
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My problems stemmed from the very, very unstable VIA USB 3 ports and a SSD as my boot drive. They were exacerbated by the fact that I have a lot of devices. I'm sure that people who just plug a keyboard and mouse in, likely have few to no problems. I have since moved all my USB 2 devices (except keyboard and mouse) off the USB 3 ports to a USB 2 bracket I purchased (connected to the internal USB 2 headers) and am currently using a spinner as my boot drive instead of the SSD. I'm replacing the Sandforce based SSD with one using an alternative chipset. I'm telling you this because the 3 boards are similar and encounter similar issues.

Anyone know if these these problems with the Sandforce SSD controllers are universal? In other words, is everyone that bought these boards having issues with Sandforce and the UD5H? I also ordered a Kingston SSD in addition to the UD5H, which I'm hoping to use as a boot drive but since power management & suspend-to-ram sleep mode are very important to me, I'm wondering if I made a mistake ordering this board. It's not too late to cancel my order and go with the Asus, I guess, but I'd just like some reassurance from someone that they also use Sandforce and don't have problems with putting their systems to sleep. rolleyes.gif
Edited by nascarmon - 7/29/12 at 2:00pm
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Those posting about sleep issues, there are ways to find what is waking the PC in event viewer and a dos command line that will tell you whats waking it. Basically you go into device manager and do a properties on it and hit its power management tab and deselect "Allow this device to wake the computer".

As far as one not waking from sleep it could mean doing the opposite in some cases.

I am as guilty as the next guy in pointing the finger at the MoBo but in some cases it was Win7 or the device driver.

My UD5H Ivy Bridge system sleeps and wakes like a Baby after doing some of the above.

http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/153968-sleep-states-see-available-sleep-states.html

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