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No one knows if the E3-1245V2 or better the lower tdp model E3-1240V2 (without integrated graphics) can bump its multiplier from 34 to 41-43 like the "non K" i7 3770?
Would it be possible then to get (with a105 bclk) a 3770 like clock of 4.3Ghz full load oc (and up to 4.5Ghz running on two cores) with the UD5H? confused.gif
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E3-12xx has NO multiplier bump , it's FULL locked.
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Looked back into the BIOS, saw the PWM thing, so looks like it scales the voltage based on temperature in the case?

Might have to pick up two PWM fans then. Any particular brand you recommend for quiet fans? I have two 200x30mm fans I'll be replacing.
post #3594 of 6656
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Looked back into the BIOS, saw the PWM thing, so looks like it scales the voltage based on temperature in the case?

Might have to pick up two PWM fans then. Any particular brand you recommend for quiet fans? I have two 200x30mm fans I'll be replacing.
The ONLY PWM-controllable, non-CPU fans at Micro Center were by Cooler Master, and I was really disappointed by how loud they are, FYI. And don't forget that while the UD5H motherboard is capable of controlling system fans via PWM, it does a poor job so far.
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whoa new bios.

I am still on f7, with no issues. maybe I should try f14 for no reason. biggrin.gif
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yes, that would give ultimate control. Large fans (200mm) can't get pwm and run relatively low rmp anyway. They really don't need controlled. 120 and 140 can get pwm and are a good option unless using them on water loop rad. In that case you would not want the mobo trying to control them as the SYS_FAN headers work off of the system temp, and not the cpu temp. Only the CPU_FAN header is controlled off the cpu temp. I have not seen anyone mention speedfan but I could use that to control my pwm fans and I could choose any temp sensor I wanted.
post #3598 of 6656

Wow!, so many issues with these mobos and I'm thinking of purchasing a UD5H-WB.

 

If I do is there anything for me to watch out for running an i7 2700k and DDR3 1333 ram at stock speeds??

 

Thanks! :)

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Wow!, so many issues with these mobos and I'm thinking of purchasing a UD5H-WB.

If I do is there anything for me to watch out for running an i7 2700k and DDR3 1333 ram at stock speeds??

Thanks! smile.gif

What issues? Besides limited fan control there is none unless the board is defective.
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Originally Posted by nickt1862 View Post

Wow!, so many issues with these mobos and I'm thinking of purchasing a UD5H-WB.

If I do is there anything for me to watch out for running an i7 2700k and DDR3 1333 ram at stock speeds??

Thanks! smile.gif

What issues? Besides limited fan control there is none unless the board is defective.

 

Thanks for your response.

 

Other than the processor cooler fan, I'm going to use a fan controller anyway.

 

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