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Well the clearance is indeed pretty close, but I've never given it a second thought before. If you are thinking the UD5H wifi is going to be different, the boards look identical to me, from pics anyway.
Hope it all works out for you. thumb.gif

Pretty sure they are the same, the difference being the bundled items.
post #4042 of 6656
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My mobo is still going good like day one thumb.gif
Just got a question though, Recently I installed win 8 and updated the bios before install. Now I get code 04 and 03 instead of A0. PC works Flawlessly and the manual doesn't have such codes.

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Hey all. Finished putting together a i3750k / GA-Z77X-UD3H system and was having some issues with power cutting out and screen flickering. I started my own thread because i'm not certain if its a board/cpu/psu issue but i thought i would cross link here for completeness. I figure if something helpful comes of it, someone searching this thread might find it useful.

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So I went with a Gigabyte z77x-ud3h recently. Always liked Gigabyte, my last gigabyte I just retired lasted 5 years, no problems. It still probably can keep going actually. Anyway though, my questions:

Firstly, i'm noticing that the voltage I set differs quite a bit from the voltage listed in the bios. Usually by like .025V. Is this a normal thing? Just a quirk of my board? Its not a big deal, its just strange. like I have to set the voltage a bit higher than what it actually ends up running at, by a bit as a result. Anything I should be worried about? I know the voltage fluctuates on any board, even @ manual, just the nature of PC parts. But i'm wondering if its normal for the set voltage and reported voltages (once again, both in BIOS and CPUZ ) should have such a disparity.

Secondly: what in gods name is LLC? I've been looking around and trying to find an explanation, because it has to do with voltage, and I figured maybe this might have something to do with set voltages and reporting voltages being different.

Love Gigabyte, I've been recommending this board and any other GA to people for years. Just solid boards all around. I want to keep it, but I want to make sure its running fine!

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So I went with a Gigabyte z77x-ud3h recently. Always liked Gigabyte, my last gigabyte I just retired lasted 5 years, no problems. It still probably can keep going actually. Anyway though, my questions:
Firstly, i'm noticing that the voltage I set differs quite a bit from the voltage listed in the bios. Usually by like .025V. Is this a normal thing? Just a quirk of my board? Its not a big deal, its just strange. like I have to set the voltage a bit higher than what it actually ends up running at, by a bit as a result. Anything I should be worried about? I know the voltage fluctuates on any board, even @ manual, just the nature of PC parts. But i'm wondering if its normal for the set voltage and reported voltages (once again, both in BIOS and CPUZ ) should have such a disparity.
Secondly: what in gods name is LLC? I've been looking around and trying to find an explanation, because it has to do with voltage, and I figured maybe this might have something to do with set voltages and reporting voltages being different.
Love Gigabyte, I've been recommending this board and any other GA to people for years. Just solid boards all around. I want to keep it, but I want to make sure its running fine!
Thanks in advance!

Quite simple really...LLC will solve that voltage discrepancy you're seeing.
Load line calibration (what llc stands for) helps reduce the amount of voltage drop under load (which is normal, and helps protect your chip) for optimizing stability when overclocking. Try setting a turbo llc value in bios and go from there...
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I will definitely give it a try man. And just so I'm clear, because I'm still not 100%...

LLC will decrease the amount that my voltage decreases by? In other words, it will cause the reduction to become smaller, therefore being in fact less of a reduction?

Just wanna make sure I get it with these double negatives!
    
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Usually you can turn off llc now on the new board s theres setting like turbo and extreme , so when you set it to extreme it should be the same in your os as it is in your bis.
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Well, add me to the group. Before I had a UD3H for my TC Folding rig, now, as of today, I am the proud owner of a UP7 for my new Gaming/Folding rig. Sadly, I don't have all the parts yet to fire up the UP7, but hopefully Monday or so, I will start updating the BIOS and seeing how the new 3770K runs on it.

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thumb.gif Awesome.. I love mine.
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Usually you can turn off llc now on the new board s theres setting like turbo and extreme , so when you set it to extreme it should be the same in your os as it is in your bis.

Actually extreme may cause some boards to overshoot vcore, not sure on these gb boards...They are very precise with that. thumb.gif
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