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Well, I got Virtu MVP to finally work. I had to do a complete reinstall since I screwed up my driver installation order.
I pretty much did it in the following order using the drivers on Gigabyte's motherboard website:
1. Windows 7 Installation (Pre-installed Intel Raid Drivers)
2. Intel Management Engine Interface
3. Intel INF Installation
4. Intel Rapid Storage Technology
5. Intel VGA Driver
5. Marvell Sata controller
6. Marvel Storage Utility (I don't think this one is necessary)
7. Intel LAN Driver
8. Atheros LAN Driver
9. Intel USB 3.0 Driver
10. Wireless Drivers
11. Nvidia Drivers (270.?? WQHL)
All of my display outputs are working properly now. I think LucidVirtu MVP has some issues with some more of the recent Nvidia drivers, so I took Sin's advice and rolled some older drivers to much success. I hope this helps anyone else.
Thanks again to Sin for the help and recommendation. This motherboard is awesome (Z77-UD5). Its boot time is significantly faster than its P67 counterparts I used.
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Great Information! My Z77-UD5H comes in today! It will replace my P67A-UD4 board which will be delegated to my test bench.
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anyone know the digipower phase of GIGABYTE GA-Z77X-D3H (...+.. ) ?
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digipowerphase, that isn't a real word and digi VRm is a fallacy. VRms are all analog, even when ASUS says digi+ VRm the VRM itself is analog, as power is analog. The PWM is digital, and the PWm is a single chip, so Digi+ refers to the PWM technology and VRm is just components.

ASUS Digi+ VRM= Digital PWM and Analog VRM.
GIGABYTE 3D Power= Digital PWM and Analog VRM.

The D3H has the same VRM as the UD3H, total of 9 phases, 6+2+1 just like most other boards in the price range, however the quality of the UD3H and D3h is very high.
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Thank you for clearing that up smile.gif + rep !
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ОH MY!!!!!! drool.gifthumbsupsmiley.png
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Hey Sin0822, I've just noticed that the G1.Sniper M3 has a ATX 4-pin power connector. Do you think that will have negative effect with the OC capability for that mobo? Also is the correct power phase count 6+2+1?
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Hey Sin0822, I've just noticed that the G1.Sniper M3 has a ATX 4-pin power connector. Do you think that will have negative effect with the OC capability for that mobo? Also is the correct power phase count 6+2+1?

My D3H same,running stable with 5GHz ,24/7 biggrin.gif

Btw,

New BIOS released:

G1.Sniper 3 - F4b
GA-Z77X-UD3H - F8a
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Hey Sin0822, I've just noticed that the G1.Sniper M3 has a ATX 4-pin power connector. Do you think that will have negative effect with the OC capability for that mobo? Also is the correct power phase count 6+2+1?
ON air/water no, on subzero maybe I will test this myself, see if i need to solder some direct lines from the PSU or not. yes 6+2+1 like the UD3H, D3H, and a few other boards. it is more than enough power for LN2 OC, the only limit on the M3 might be the 4-pin, however if you are going to LN2 at that price UD3H would be a wonderful option. .
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My D3H same,running stable with 5GHz ,24/7 biggrin.gif
Btw,
New BIOS released:
G1.Sniper 3 - F4b
GA-Z77X-UD3H - F8a
indeed. thanks stasio ill try them.
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I'm "officially" in thumb.gif ,this board is build like a tank and probably weighs twice as much as my ex-P8P67 Pro, very nice GB ! (love => matte black finish)
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can't wait to try IB ;) (Click to show)
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nice pics man, yea if you turn the light down the board is darker hahahaha, the PCB is lovely. one part GB knows how to do really damn well.
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