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I'm looking for a TPM for one of these (It has the header), does anyone know where I might be able to get one from? Having a difficult time finding anything on them.
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Originally Posted by Sin0822 View Post

sorry it is f`10x.
Here: http://downloads.hwbot.org/downloads/BIOS/Z77/Z77XUD5H.F10x
my bad it is F10X i think. Also enable CPU PLL Overvoltage!!!!!! that is if it is available.
Id get kingston to be safe.

I have internal pll overvoltage enabled. I'll try that bios tonight...
Could it be my regular pll voltage?
It's set at 1.6v for temps.

Thanks Sin! As usual, you're baws. thumb.gif
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I doubt lowering CPU PLL is going to help any with temps. I and others have done testing with lowering and it made no difference we could tell. In fact it could make it harder to get stable if you go too low.
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I doubt lowering CPU PLL is going to help any with temps. I and others have done testing with lowering and it made no difference we could tell. In fact it could make it harder to get stable if you go too low.

In my case it did help, and wouldn't hurt my cpu oc stability. Today I validated a 4c/8t 5.2ghz overclock...but 2400mhz ram is a no go.
I'll post my findings here, tomorrow I'll have some ic diamond 7 to remount my SA, and tonight I'll flash f10x bios after playing with pll.
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I doubt lowering CPU PLL is going to help any with temps. I and others have done testing with lowering and it made no difference we could tell. In fact it could make it harder to get stable if you go too low.

In my case it did help, and wouldn't hurt my cpu oc stability. Today I validated a 4c/8t 5.2ghz overclock...but 2400mhz ram is a no go.
I'll post my findings here, tomorrow I'll have some ic diamond 7 to remount my SA, and tonight I'll flash f10x bios after playing with pll.

You'd better get some Coollaboratory Liquid Ultra or the Indigo Extreme instead of the IC Diamond 7 wink.gif

http://forum.notebookreview.com/sager-clevo/616280-there-real-benefits-getting-ic-diamond-your-thermal-compound-5.html
http://www.indigo-xtreme.com/images/skineelabschart.jpg
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You'd better get some Coollaboratory Liquid Ultra or the Indigo Extreme instead of the IC Diamond 7 wink.gif
http://forum.notebookreview.com/sager-clevo/616280-there-real-benefits-getting-ic-diamond-your-thermal-compound-5.html
http://www.indigo-xtreme.com/images/skineelabschart.jpg

I know, but I can't find those locally. And incredibly AS5 is priced double what my IC Diamond 7 is! tongue.gif
It'll be better than the generic white good I'm using (which yields 78c max temps at 4.5ghz @ 1.23v)
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In my case it did help, and wouldn't hurt my cpu oc stability. Today I validated a 4c/8t 5.2ghz overclock...but 2400mhz ram is a no go.
I'll post my findings here, tomorrow I'll have some ic diamond 7 to remount my SA, and tonight I'll flash f10x bios after playing with pll.

I also benefited by lowering my cpu pll to 1.65 by lowering temps. guess its a hit and miss kind of effect across different systems.
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I also benefited by lowering my cpu pll to 1.65 by lowering temps. guess its a hit and miss kind of effect across different systems.

It does affect temps, but I found out it did affect stability, cause last night I tested my same 24/7 4.5ghz oc with less vcore after going for 1.8v pll and I got to use less voltage for the same frequencies. Heck I can now oc to 4.7ghz with the same voltage I used to get for 4.6ghz before with pll at 1.6v
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Hey guys i got my ud5h board on release date when sin did the review for it.. i haven't overclocked it yet till last night but im running into some issues.


Im wondering do i have to change the vcore load line calibration.. i have Normal, turbo, extreme, and etc settings.

Im trying to hit a stable 4.5ghz on a 2600k.

so far i have it at 1.3v and all the c states enabled because I want my multipliers/vcore to drop when idle. I ran the intel burn test and i would get bsod... and some people told me to change the llc. I also dont see my multipliers dropping when my comp is idle as well =/.

also anyone know the difference from the newer ud5h board from the old one?
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Hey guys i got my ud5h board on release date when sin did the review for it.. i haven't overclocked it yet till last night but im running into some issues.
Im wondering do i have to change the vcore load line calibration.. i have Normal, turbo, extreme, and etc settings.
Im trying to hit a stable 4.5ghz on a 2600k.
so far i have it at 1.3v and all the c states enabled because I want my multipliers/vcore to drop when idle. I ran the intel burn test and i would get bsod... and some people told me to change the llc. I also dont see my multipliers dropping when my comp is idle as well =/.
also anyone know the difference from the newer ud5h board from the old one?

1.3v for 4.5ghz on a 2600k is rather optimistic! tongue.gif
I used to run it at 1.36v for the same oc, when I had a 2600k, so be sure to bump the voltage a bit till you get no bsods.
Then if you get errors while doing prime95 blend (custom, 90% ram size allocated), set LLC to turbo.
Up your vcore slowly, in 0,005v increments till the workers keep going on and you don't get any errors or bsods.
Also, after your system is apparently prime stable for 12hs, the last thing to check is the Event viewer log for WHEA errors.
Start menu_type event viewer_Windows logs_System logs.
If you see WHEA errors you need to either bump vcore two more notches or perhaps bump the imc voltage a tiny bit. (also enable pll overvoltage and set pll voltage to auto)

EDIT: If you're using offset getting a stable oc can be harder. Keep in mind that having a constant clock or vcore doesn't really harm the cpu. What harms it more is running high amperage AND vcore through it, which doesn't happen when idle. If you have a constant voltage but the current is less, the energy amount is less, and so is the heat.
So no worries there! You just get to save $5 on a yearly basis lol
Edited by ivanlabrie - 9/20/12 at 11:34pm
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