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It happens so quick that I doubt I'd be able to get a pic. It's not a real character, so I don't think it's an actual code, more like the debug display going wonky.

Can you make a short video?
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F17 BIOS,GA-Z77XX-UD3H

Cannot change BCLK? (greyed out)
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Is it me ? or the F7 is the most stable BIOS version ? I have no compliance about it. (so far).
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Can you make a short video?

Well now it blinks on so fast I can't even make out what the character might be. Here's a link to the video. Sorry for the lack of quality.

Argh, can't get link to post for some reason.

Let's try it again...
http://www.4shared.com/video/6bUm5NvF/WP_20121001_200054Z_2.html
Edited by mfarlow - 10/1/12 at 1:42pm
post #3735 of 6656
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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.

If anyone is curious, I used THIS TPM with two of THESE to connect it, since that TPM has a PCB that sits behind the connector and thus doesn't fit into the socket on the UD3H.

Works great, have bitlocker going. Using the MS drivers since the drivers that came with it cause Bitlocker to whine, though they seem surprisingly well done otherwise.
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Hi, can somone help me out. I got a Z77-DS3H, when I got it it was on bios F6 out of the box I immediately flashed it successfully to the latest F8. I am trying to overclock my i-5 3570k but in advance bios it does not let me change any of the multipliers. I was able to change my ram from the default 1333 to 1600 by changing the profile but nothing in the options lets me change the clock speed or even the turbo speed.

What I found that did work was in the 3d bios I could manually change the clock speed from 3.4 by sliding the bar to whatever I want. After a reboot the cpu is running the 4.1 ghz that i set. When i got back into advanced bio it shows the 4.1 clock speed but i can't adjust it still. Now the thing I want to do is overclock the turbo boost from 3.8 to 4.1. I don't want my computer running at 4.1 ghz all the time, i'd prefer to leave it at 3.4 and have turbo kick it up to 4.1 when its needed.

Any what to make this happend? I saw a youtube vid where the guy was able to do this manually in advanced bios but i can't.
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Anyone using Linux with this board (GA Z77x UD5H)?
I was on the verge of finally buying it (after pondering the purchase of a more expensive UP5TH instead) when I read an Amazon comment that says it has problems with sound in Linux (no output coming out of the green connector). The buyer says "new boards" do not have this issues but old boards that come with Bios F5 do (like those sold by my local Amazon store). I did a quick internet search for sound problems and found this:

http://www.tonymacx86.com/audio/66618-ga-z77x-ud5h-audio-green-port-problem-solved-welding-2-resistances.html

Someone allegedly solved the problem in Linux by soldering (removing?) two resistances. The details were removed on request of the manufacturer, and one of the posters says GB position is that there are no sound issues with the UD5H.

So, what gives?
Was this a hardware problem silently solved in later 'revisions' of this board? How can I ask the seller to verify the board he's selling me is not affected if new boards are not marked as different revisions? I cannot ask Amazon to check the bios version...
Or is this a problem that was solved with a Bios release and the guy at tonymax86 was only a tad too much impatient?
(But then, the Amazon poster would have solved it too by upgrading the bios, would he not?)

Anyone using Linux that can confirm or deny this problem (it would be nice to have a way to assess the manufacturing date of the mobo, or at least know the version of BIOS it came with).

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I plan to use this board with Debian variants of Linux (and Win7 64bit).
And, please, please, please FOR THE LOVE OF GOD, DO NOT MENTION ASUS TO ME.
Edited by Sredni Vashtar - 10/2/12 at 10:10am
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Anyone using Linux with this board (GA Z77x UD5H)? Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
I was on the verge of finally buying it (after pondering the purchase of a more expensive UP5TH instead) when I read an Amazon comment that says it has problems with sound in Linux (no output coming out of the green connector). The buyer says "new boards" do not have this issues but old boards that come with Bios F5 do (like those sold by my local Amazon store). I did a quick internet search for sound problems and found this:
http://www.tonymacx86.com/audio/66618-ga-z77x-ud5h-audio-green-port-problem-solved-welding-2-resistances.html
Someone allegedly solved the problem in Linux by soldering (removing?) two resistances. The details were removed on request of the manufacturer, and one of the posters says GB position is that there are no sound issues with the UD5H.
So, what gives?
Was this a hardware problem silently solved in later 'revisions' of this board? How can I ask the seller to verify the board he's selling me is not affected if new boards are not marked as different revisions? I cannot ask Amazon to check the bios version...
Or is this a problem that was solved with a Bios release and the guy at tonymax86 was only a tad too much impatient?
(But then, the Amazon poster would have solved it too by upgrading the bios, would he not?)
Anyone using Linux that can confirm or deny this problem (it would be nice to have a way to assess the manufacturing date of the mobo, or at least know the version of BIOS it came with).
PS
I plan to use this board with Debian variants of Linux (and Win7 64bit).
And, please, please, please FOR THE LOVE OF GOD, DO NOT MENTION ASUS TO ME.

I didn't know that such problem existed. I just launched my 5 month old Ubuntu installation that I use in case if Windows goes nuts. I never tried to check the audio until this moment lol. It seems that some people say it's BIOS or hardware issue, and the other blame Ubuntu, and Mac OX for that. The interesting thing is why Windows is fine... Maybe Realtek drivers for Windows do the trick?

BTW I have the first revision of the board that has blue caps and space between dimms. It may be fixed in the new one with purple caps and no space. Also I have F14 UEFI running...
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It seems that some people say it's BIOS or hardware issue, and the other blame Ubuntu, and Mac OX for that. The interesting thing is why Windows is fine... Maybe Realtek drivers for Windows do the trick?
But then, why should soldering two resistors work? By redirecting the output of one the 5+1 channel to the green connector?
(And why Gigabyte has had those instructions removed, if they supplied the info to a customer in the first place? To say that there are no problems with the audio?
It reminds me of Comical Alì: "I assure you: there are no US troops within a hundred miles from Baghdad" biggrin.gif )

From what I've read, this problem is not present on the UP5 which (I haven't checked) uses the same audio IC. I believe that audio drivers in Linux and MacOs would be the same for the UP5 and the UD5.
That is, the same Mac or Linux OS that would give no audio with the UD5 would work with the UP5.
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BTW I have the first revision of the board that has blue caps and space between dimms. It may be fixed in the new one with purple caps and no space. Also I have F14 UEFI running...

It would be nice to have someone who has an UD5 with the purple caps (or one that came with bios F7 from the manufactuer) to confirm that the problem has been solved.
There is no need to install Linux on the hard drive (even if it is extremely useful to recover from Windows crashed). Just loading a Live Linux Distro (Like Ubuntu, Knoppix, Mepis, there are tons of them) would do.

Also, should that be the case: how can we tell from the box that the board is one of the "new batch"?
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But then, why should soldering two resistors work? By redirecting the output of one the 5+1 channel to the green connector?

My guess is that removing resistors does what software should do in the first place... I mean that's the only thing that should make sense. Since hardware works in Windows, the only reason why it doesn't on Linux is software/driver related.
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It would be nice to have someone who has an UD5 with the purple caps (or one that came with bios F7 from the manufactuer) to confirm that the problem has been solved.

Would like to know that too...
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Also, should that be the case: how can we tell from the box that the board is one of the "new batch"?

There is no way as far as I can tell. My box only has serial number and revision (which is 1.0 for both "revisions"), and a check number.

On the other hand, the box of Gigabyte boards isn't sealed, so...
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