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I'm picky, wishing be able to run at a lower vcore, summer is coming and it gets really hot here.
post #3762 of 6656
Try one notch less on the multi, and see how much vcore that needs. Then you can play with bclk, that helped with temps and my max oc.
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I will be buying a new rig soon (in next 2 weeks), and am interested in the Z77X-UD5H. From the research I have done, there were a number of issues that people were having with this board earlier this year (freezing, BSODs, etc). Were these issues resolved? Is the Z77X-UD5H solid now? I would be interested in knowing what the fixes were if anyone has that information.

Also, what RAM have you used for this board that is rock solid. Not a big over-clocker, just want rock solid reliability and fast performance for GPGPU development (Nvidia KEPLER) with lots of RAM. Thanks.
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I would be interested in knowing what the fixes were if anyone has that information.

For me what fixed my freezes was removing my PCI sound card. Not one freeze since. thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by SpineyNole View Post

I will be buying a new rig soon (in next 2 weeks), and am interested in the Z77X-UD5H. From the research I have done, there were a number of issues that people were having with this board earlier this year (freezing, BSODs, etc). Were these issues resolved? Is the Z77X-UD5H solid now? I would be interested in knowing what the fixes were if anyone has that information.
Also, what RAM have you used for this board that is rock solid. Not a big over-clocker, just want rock solid reliability and fast performance for GPGPU development (Nvidia KEPLER) with lots of RAM. Thanks.

Well. i'm very satisfied with this board. you can see my rig on my sig.... i haven't seen any BSDO or freezes on my board so far, it has the purple caps, but still revision 1.0 ans with the latest bios (f14). Running the I5-3570k @ 4,5 and is rock solid and really really fast.. The board stays cool, i love the debug led display.
post #3766 of 6656
I would avoid the Samsung green ram if possible...Get some psc ram if you intend to overclock it and check the QVL at Gb's site. thumb.gif
Great all around board, rock solid and good customer service too. Can't go wrong!
post #3767 of 6656
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Originally Posted by ivanlabrie View Post

I would avoid the Samsung green ram if possible...Get some psc ram if you intend to overclock it and check the QVL at Gb's site. thumb.gif
Great all around board, rock solid and good customer service too. Can't go wrong!

Is there any problem with the Samsung Ram on Giga boards? I thought they fixed that recently with a Bio? Or was this because you couldn't get these past 2200Mhz on Giga boards?
Edited by sherlock - 10/3/12 at 10:10pm
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It's supposedly fixed yet I couldn't go past 2200mhz no matter what, and I know these rams are capable of 2400mhz and so is my imc, I've done it before.
Also, I've heard it from others as well (Sin perhaps)
post #3769 of 6656
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It's supposedly fixed yet I couldn't go past 2200mhz no matter what, and I know these rams are capable of 2400mhz and so is my imc, I've done it before.
Also, I've heard it from others as well (Sin perhaps)

So you wouldn't recommend a Ram that can get 2200 mhz or 1.35V with Cas 9 just because they can't go 2400Mhz? SpineyNole didn't say he need 2400Mhz Ram and I am sure he would be more than pleased with $45 of 8G1866 9-9-9-24 1.35V -> the price/performance/voltage of these greens can't be beaten imo unless you really need that 1337 Mhz to show up on your CPU-Z validation.

If I recall the 2400 was tested on Techpowerup.com on a X79 platform with a 3960X, I wouldn't be suprised if Ivy IMCs just can't do it. Plus Spiney did say he uses a i5-3570K so extreme memory overclocking(2400+) is probably out of the question for him anyway.
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post #3770 of 6656
Sherlock, you're at OCN, and I wouldn't reccomend it as the holy grail, not for this board and an Ivy chip. It is a good price/performance choice, and fits well under any cooler though...but it's not the best.
That aside I've seen you comment on another thread saying you have better things to do than test stability on ram, so I gather ram overclocking is not your thing. Fine then, take it easy wink.gif

EDIT: btw, there's no way you can get 2200mhz cas9 with 1.35v, you'll need 1.65v or 1.575v for that...
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