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[quote name="Sin0822" yea i will make sure to report this.[/quote]

Thanks Sin. We all are waiting for a new optimized bios for ud5h. I hope also Gigabyte include a way to manage better and control the speed of system fans.
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Originally Posted by gizmo83 View Post

Thanks Sin. We all are waiting for a new optimized bios for ud5h. I hope also Gigabyte include a way to manage better and control the speed of system fans.

Yes I hope so too, system fans didn't work last time I checked. That was before the latest official bios, I haven't used it since...
post #3693 of 6656
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Originally Posted by chatumbabub View Post

Hi,
I have problem with my PC and hopefully someone could help me.
My setup:
GA-Z77X-UD5H new F14 bios
i7-2600K
Sapphire Radeon HD 7850 OC 2GB (11200-01-20G)
Patriot G2 Series 16GB (2x 8GB) 1333MHz (PGD316G1333ELK)
Enermax ErPRO80+ 500W
When I try to wake up computer from sleep it will cause bool failure (not every time, but mostly).
If I hit the Enter Bios button and then close the bios without saving. Computer will boot. In OS is computer rock stable.
Any idea how to fix it?
Thanks.
May or may not help... just a thought... You (should) have an XMP profile for that memory. Suggest you enable it.... should be running @ 1600MHz. 9-9-9-24

I'm running mine @ 1866MHz. 10-10-10-24 (not reco'ing this - just mentioning)
Edited by Rob E. - 9/26/12 at 12:55pm
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Just wanted to comment about the "headphone amp" that I'm pleasantly surprised that this board can drive 600 ohm phones to very listenable levels.

When I saw the headphone amp advertising on the box I thought it was just some gimmic marketing nonsense, but I was very wrong.
Using Beyerdynamic DT 990 600ohm directly to the motherboard's front L/R port, no audible noise at all.

It does sound "flat" compared to my external dac, but very good for on board sound.
Edited by Dhalmel - 9/26/12 at 10:42pm
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I finally got it to work, apparently Q-flash won't read bios images stored on a NTFS-Formatted flash/usb-hard drive / drive, had to reformat my flash drive FAT32 and it worked.
Also apparently the blue-screens I had before from F17 was not entirely related to the new bios image... one of my 4 hard raid'd hard drives was dying and is now dead, so... mad.gif

So, did you keep it on f7 or flash back to f17? My board shipped with f7 and i tried to flash to f17 last night but it wouldn't recognize my OCZ SSD and thus wouldn't run windows. I downloaded another copy of f7 onto my usb drive from another computer (because I'm a moron and forgot to save it when I flashed) and was able to reflash to 7 and it recognized the drive. I was thinking it might have been a firmware update issue, but I checked today and my firmware is up to date. Sooooo... maybe it's just one of those things where I should try flashing to 17 a couple more times to see whether it will recognize the drive. OR, i could just leave it alone and deal with the few USB bugs I get on occasion.
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Originally Posted by chatumbabub View Post

Hi,
I have problem with my PC and hopefully someone could help me.
My setup:
GA-Z77X-UD5H new F14 bios
i7-2600K
Sapphire Radeon HD 7850 OC 2GB (11200-01-20G)
Patriot G2 Series 16GB (2x 8GB) 1333MHz (PGD316G1333ELK)
Enermax ErPRO80+ 500W
When I try to wake up computer from sleep it will cause bool failure (not every time, but mostly).
If I hit the Enter Bios button and then close the bios without saving. Computer will boot. In OS is computer rock stable.
Any idea how to fix it?
Thanks.




I have the same problem with my gigabyte 7950 . It a video card problem and not the motherboard.So far i don't think that there is a solution for this problem other that don't put your computer on sleep.
I have a ssd and i never use sleep or hibernate.


hope this helps
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Hi,I have a question.As the clear CMOS jumper is two-pin type,can I hook something like front panel reset switch and push the reset button to clear the CMOS?It is so hard to OC as when the overclock is not stable,it cant boot into bios and I need to clear CMOS.tq
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Hi,I have a question.As the clear CMOS jumper is two-pin type,can I hook something like front panel reset switch and push the reset button to clear the CMOS?It is so hard to OC as when the overclock is not stable,it cant boot into bios and I need to clear CMOS.tq
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thanks a lot..smile.gif
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I accidentally posted this somewhere else and intended it for here.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1310377/ud5h-does-not-want-to-downclock-anymore
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