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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...

Where did I say 2200Mhz cas 9 and 1.35V as a viable OC?? I said 1866 cas 9 and 1.35V which I used for quite a long time and passed a few Prime blends before I moved onto 2133 9-10-10-26 1.5V that passed 12 hour of Prime Blend. Both are quite good OCs on a limited Ivy i5 imc, and the user who asked for Ram commedenation(Spiney) would be please with.

Seriously, Which part of Spiney's question stated that he needed 2400Mhz Ram??? Extreme Ram OC might not be my thing, but it also had no relation to his question/demand. Plus Rams that can OC better than Samsung would cost you a lot more plus showing no benefit except raising the bench score.

Also, what I said on the other thread is that I have better things to do than spending 35 hours running 5 7 hour Prime 95 Blend staggered by restart just because someone's theory that they "might have thermal expansion problems at 2133 Mhz".

Also, this is OCN, not 2400 Mhz Ram or Bust.Net
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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.

Unless I am blind, those text in bold doesn't say "2400 Mhz Ram", I am actually pretty sure that he would be pleased with some 1866Mhz Ram or even just 1600Mhz low voltage, which Samsung Green(even 4X4) could easily do on any board that recognizes them(which AFAIK is all current Z77 boards except MSI Mpower-pending a Bios fix)
Edited by sherlock - 10/3/12 at 11:27pm
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Mine has the purple caps and came with the f7 bios, i rightway updated to the f14.

Have you tried (will you try) a Linux distro to see if the audio is working?
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Didnt notice the space on the memory slots, will have to check that later.

I believe that's important because *if* there is a different layout (even by a quarter of an inch) then there has been a redrawing of the PCB. And that is not something that happens without a sound[*] reason (who knows, maybe the ram were too close to the cpu slot and some cooler manufacturer has complained with Gigabyte).
By having two hires pictures of the (allegedly) different mobo it would be possibile to isolate the differences.


[*] Pun not intended. Well, maybe just a bit.smile.gif

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I was wondering if some of you OC'ing on a GA-Z77X-UD3 experts could help me out with some issues I've been having.

Need help with i7 2700K and GA-Z77X-UD3 overclocking

I just updated to ver 17 of the BIOS. Maybe that will help. Still would appreciate it if someone could look at it to see if I made a glaring mistake. Thanks.
Edited by 47 Knucklehead - 10/4/12 at 1:12pm
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Khaled G, thanks a lot for taking the time to take these pictures (repped).
So, the mobo with purple caps and no spacing between memory slots is the new 'version'.
The blu capped and spaced dimms one is the old 'version'.

It appears there has been a rerouting that resulted in the bottom two memory slots to be pushed upwards. Some of the components nearby have slightly changed position. The printed information has also changed place. So someone in Gigabyte invested some time in redrawing the PCB layout.
Perhaps they had time and resources to spare. Or perhaps they fixed something that needed fixing.
The question is: what?

Sadly, the part with the audio connectors (where, presumably, the resistors had to be (de?)soldered) is not present or not clear and it's not possible to see if any change has occurred there. The back sides are the same for both boards?

EDIT: Grammar, grammar, grammar. Try to imagine how bad it was before I made the last corrections...
Edited by Sredni Vashtar - 10/4/12 at 2:10pm
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First: Thanks for the rep

Second: the pics aren't mine (I have a UD3H as stated in my sig) but I was lucky to find them on google (from the same website ! ) after I almost thought it's impossible to get pics shot from the exact same angle for the different boards.

Third: to answer your question: "What?",
I can only think of memory heat issues.

Fourth: The Audio:
I believe that you're talking about the front audio connector, the only thing I'm aware of is that it's located beside the VIA chip in the bottom pic, and you can confirm it here, as for the other board, I'm not sure.

Fifth: The backside of the boards:
I believe you will only find soldering traces where they moved components such as DIMM slots.

Still need to confirm ...

EDIT: I have a question, what are the differences between (Standard, Low, Medium, High, and Extreme) settings in any BIOS option ?
Edited by Khaled G - 10/4/12 at 6:33pm
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I'm trying to figure out the pwm options on this board. Is there a way to just set a fan or in my case pump to just run at a certain speed or duty cycle and stay there? I'm surprised that option isn't in the bios.
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I'm trying to figure out the pwm options on this board. Is there a way to just set a fan or in my case pump to just run at a certain speed or duty cycle and stay there? I'm surprised that option isn't in the bios.

AFAIK on these boards your only option in Bios is to set a Y=Slope*X fan curve with witha PWM unit/C ratio you select as the slope, in Easy Tune there is the same system but there is only two points on the "fan curve" so that's all the PWM option you have available.
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I've Upgraded the BIOS to F17, OCed to 4.4 @ 1.16v, Ran 10 passes of IBT Standard and 1 pass on High (Still on Stock reference cooler )
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Can anyone explain the following voltage behavior on the UD5H w/ 2500k?

If I set 1.35vcore, CPU to 4.5ghz, and leave all other voltage on AUTO, everything functions normally.

If I set 1.35vcore, CPU to 4.5ghz, and set all other voltage on "NORMAL" in the screenshot below, my vcore goes through the roof to 1.5v+ in Windows.

I thought this was a bug with the F14 BIOS, but it appears to do this in all of them. It lets me set 4ghz, 1.3vcore, and all other voltage on "normal" without having this buggy behavior, it only seems to happen somewhere over 4ghz.


Edited by r0ach - 10/5/12 at 4:07am
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@r0ach: I've set some voltages to turbo and that works fine for me.(I cannot tell the difference though).

I am about to install an old ASUS EN8800GTX graphics card in my UD3H and buy a Gigabyte Geforce 210 To fill in where the 8800GTX came from

The 8800GTX uses PCIE 1.0 and was Installed on a PCIE 1.0 Mobo (Gigabyte 965P-DQ6)
The Geforce GT210 uses PCIE 2.0 and will replace the 8800GTX

Will there be a compatibility issues ?
I have my PCIE slots configured to run @3.0, Will they work ? or should I reduce them to 1.0 ?

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