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Originally Posted by Sin0822 View Post

both of you are using 2500K right?
Can you guys tell me what BDOS says? what stop code does it give?
Also you might want to try flashing back to BIOS F6I for now.

Not sure if it's relevant, but it might be worth noting that I do not have any add-in cards at all in my Z77X-UD5H + 2500K system with F6, and have not (yet!) seen the BSOD reported by the other 2 users.

- Steve
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@Sin0822 : What do you know about Z77X-UD5H beta BIOS F6L ? Tweaktown thread makes this look newer than the "released" F6.
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post #403 of 6656
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Ever since I installed this board, I noticed that voltages in HWmonitor for my PSU were way off and tabs like XMP ram profile didn't come up in CPUZ.
I had "Intel Management Engine driver" installed off the Gigabyte motherboard CD and I think besides it's remote management capability, it's also responsible for giving all BIOS reading values to the OS.
I uninstalled the Intel Management Engine driver and now the XMP profile for the ram comes up in CPUZ correctly but the voltages for PSU are still wrong. I don't think this driver works correctly and might be the cause of some system problems. I uninstalled it and the Intel Trusted connection program too. Will see if this has any effect.

Never trust the voltage readings for software based programs, your much beeter off testing with a mulitmeter on a molex cable thumb.gif
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It sounds like these boards aren't doing too well with i5 2500k CPUs. I just decided to go with a 2500k over the 3570k and I think I'm gonna start looking at other boards. I wanted this one, unfortunate.
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post #405 of 6656
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Originally Posted by r0ach View Post

Ever since I installed this board, I noticed that voltages in HWmonitor for my PSU were way off and tabs like XMP ram profile didn't come up in CPUZ.
I had "Intel Management Engine driver" installed off the Gigabyte motherboard CD and I think besides it's remote management capability, it's also responsible for giving all BIOS reading values to the OS.
I uninstalled the Intel Management Engine driver and now the XMP profile for the ram comes up in CPUZ correctly but the voltages for PSU are still wrong. I don't think this driver works correctly and might be the cause of some system problems. I uninstalled it and the Intel Trusted connection program too. Will see if this has any effect.
Dont' worry about your PSU voltages being read correctly, if there is one thing a motherboard and software cannot do is read PSU voltage correctly. THey are dyslexic when it comes tot hat, and even if you think they are right they still probably are off.
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Yes, a new i5 2500K, I've had a variety of freezes and blue screens, even some slow downs. At least one BSOD was an hardware error, 0124... I'm reinstalling Windows 7 x64 to a non-raid SSD to see if that was part of the problem. If that doesn't fix it, I'll try a prior BIOS.
Okay well try that and let me know what happens. Try it also without an add in card see where your DPC is.
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I can't get into my bios anymore? It's like it keyboard isn't sending out the command? Any suggestions? Thanks.
You have to list when motherboards and CPu and BIOS dude.
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Originally Posted by roxxphatcox View Post

A little update on my "overclocking" adventure.
Downloaded the f8g bios from tweaktown and now I can boot with overclocked settings,
BUT only if I set the overclock in EZ-tune first (regardless of setting and then modifying it in bios)
Sometimes it boots, sometimes it does not. 5ghz might boot and work flawlessly until I restart the pc, and 3.9 might need 10 attempts.
Can`t seem to spot the factor that is causing this irregular behaviour, but I am a n00b Intel oc`er so there might be something obvious that I have missed.
Point being, the f8g bios is atleast letting me boot settings other than optimized defaults.
http://forums.tweaktown.com/gigabyte/28441-gigabyte-latest-beta-bios.html
Does anyone else have a problem with the mobo rebooting 4-5 times with a sandybrigde cpu?
OKay please dont' OC with EasyTune6 for your overclock, who told you to do that? Just OC out of the BIOS it is the best and more effective way to OC, you cannot get an OC to stick if you OC ith easytune6, unless you pick one of its profiles, which I don't recommend. Go into the BIOS and load optmized defaults, and set your vcore to 1.35, llc to turbo, and your multiplier to 45x if you have a sandy bridge CPU.
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Originally Posted by fasty View Post

Not sure if it's relevant, but it might be worth noting that I do not have any add-in cards at all in my Z77X-UD5H + 2500K system with F6, and have not (yet!) seen the BSOD reported by the other 2 users.
- Steve
Yea that could be it, I have a Audigy 2 ZS and I don't use it anymore as on-board audio has become much better. Everyone has their own reasons. I think mine is also partially working too.
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Originally Posted by fasty View Post

@Sin0822 : What do you know about Z77X-UD5H beta BIOS F6L ? Tweaktown thread makes this look newer than the "released" F6.
Thanks
I will check it out I see he posted it today, there was supposed to be some special BIOses released, perhaps those two have CPu PLl OV option.
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post #406 of 6656
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I can't get into my bios anymore? It's like it keyboard isn't sending out the command? Any suggestions? Thanks.

Ok, so if I unplug my usb going to my monitor I can enter the bios again. It's the only port that's plugged into something that is ON at bootup. I haven't tried turning on my printer or docking station to see if they too are affected since they are also connected via usb? I've got a 2600K, UD5H running the F6 bios.
Edited by eaglepowers - 4/28/12 at 12:58pm
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does it matter which port?

Also you can try disabling port 80H emulation.
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I had the OS give a message today to unplug a device in a USB 3.0 port. Don't remember the exact message but the two options were to close the window and the port would be disabled, or unplug the device and click the enable box. I unplugged all USB devices and stil got the message. I updated to the 1.0.4.225 driver and we'll see how it goes.

On another note, I guess highest dram speed w/o Ivy Bridge cpu is 2133? Just installed G Skill Trident X 2400 and 2133 is highest divider.
post #409 of 6656
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does it matter which port?
Also you can try disabling port 80H emulation.

Sin0822- Thank you, you've been incredibally generous in answering everyones questions and I hope Gigabyte is paying you.
I tried mixing up the mouse and keyboard using the usb 2.0 and 3.0 and while the monitor was plugged in it didn't help. I haven't experimented much beyond that.

I tried using EasyTune6 and ran an auto tune and it wasn't even stable at 4.35MHz, so I'm glad to hear the software sucks. Whether or not I have a bad cpu remains to be seen?

Also, I tried to monitor cpu temps and 3 programs gave me very different results. I ram MSI Kombuster and in Speedfan it reache 80c. Freaked me out so I adapted my 212+ bracket to accept my TRUE off my Q6600. Improved 1c. Then I installed EasyTune6 and it said my cpu was at 22c running Kombuster. At this point I realized both programs reading seemed off and I installed HW Monitor and it says I reach 52c which seems to make sense. Especially since the base of my heatsink is barely warm where as my OC 470 is on fire at 84c. I notice other people were reporting mixed results as well.

I haven't got into OC my cpu yet but I'll use your above settings for starters.
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post #410 of 6656
I have the UD5H with a core i7 2700k. I overclocked it to 4.5 Ghz and everything is running like a champ.

One problem however.

I am using Mushkin Enhanced Blackline two sets of 8GB (2 x 4GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1600 (for a total of 16GB) that runs at a mere 1.35 volts.

Or at least it is supposed to. It defaults to 1333 MHz at 1.5 volts. When I enable the XMP profile it is set to the proper settings, but as soon as I do that my computer gets a BSOD 100% of the time on during the boot up.

The BSOD is one I've never seen before "BUGCODE_USB_DRIVER" but some googling reveals that it is not that uncommon and can be caused by a myriad of things.

Could this be the fault of the UD5H or do I have bad RAM?

Any thoughts?

Thanks.
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