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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.
No max is 32.00x not 21.33, Z77 wont show the extra multipliers unless you have an Ivy bridge CPU installed.
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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.
Cheers
No i don't get paid and don't want to get paid for helping you guys out, I test out their boards for them so i am able to know a lot of the issues and try to help you gusy when I can.

Try RealTemp it is more precise as it reads from the CPU's temp sensor.
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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.
downclock the memory and see if it comes back.
    
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I can't get esata to work anymore? I did add 3 more hd internally giving me a total of 6. I can't remember if it was working after going from bios F6I to F6 but before installing 3 more hd?
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No i don't get paid and don't want to get paid for helping you guys out, I test out their boards for them so i am able to know a lot of the issues and try to help you gusy when I can.
I must echo previous post : We really appreciate your wisdom with these boards, helping us to "fine tune", and your valuable feedback to Gigabyte which plays a big part in gettng the BIOS as bug-free as possible.
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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.

I have G. Skill 1.35v RAM and don't have that issue. I have my VTT and IMC (I think those are the abbreviations) adjusted though. I think they're set to like 1.150 and 1.145. I used Sin's BIOS images on his UD5 preview to get my system up and going.

http://sinhardware.com/index.php/reviews/motherboards/117-gigabyte/lga1155-z77/z77x-ud5h/109-z77x-ud5h-review?showall=&start=1

Haven't had any stability issues or BSODs etc. I'm also on the newest F6 BIOS.
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Hi guys,
I'm planning to get a Gigabyte motherboard for my first ever build. I'm trying to decide between the UD5H and UD3H - the price difference between the two is close to AUD$100, so I was wondering if it'd be worth getting the UD5H or not. My uses for the computer will be gaming mainly. Thanks
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Originally Posted by thinkthis View Post

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.
downclock the memory and see if it comes back.
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It is 100% repeatable. If I turn off XMP is is stable, if I turn it on it BSODs again.
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No max is 32.00x not 21.33, Z77 wont show the extra multipliers unless you have an Ivy bridge CPU installed.
As I expected. Thanks for verifying!

Interestingly the Trident X 2400 performs about the same as the Samsung Green @ 2133. Just might have to pop that Samsung back in when I get IB cpu and test it a little further.

Folks in UK now got access to IB, hopefully in a few hours we in the US will as well.
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It is 100% repeatable. If I turn off XMP is is stable, if I turn it on it BSODs again.
Please set your VTT to 1.150 and your IMC to 1.145

The IMC voltage must be 0.005v lower than the VTT.
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I must echo previous post : We really appreciate your wisdom with these boards, helping us to "fine tune", and your valuable feedback to Gigabyte which plays a big part in gettng the BIOS as bug-free as possible.
You are welcome guys, I just am glad to see them fix stuff up, it really is nice to be able to make a difference. It makes me feel good to see that I can help. This is fun, and I just want others to have as much fun as i do with this hobby!
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I can't get esata to work anymore? I did add 3 more hd internally giving me a total of 6. I can't remember if it was working after going from bios F6I to F6 but before installing 3 more hd?
What other devices do you have?
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I have G. Skill 1.35v RAM and don't have that issue. I have my VTT and IMC (I think those are the abbreviations) adjusted though. I think they're set to like 1.150 and 1.145. I used Sin's BIOS images on his UD5 preview to get my system up and going.
http://sinhardware.com/index.php/reviews/motherboards/117-gigabyte/lga1155-z77/z77x-ud5h/109-z77x-ud5h-review?showall=&start=1
Haven't had any stability issues or BSODs etc. I'm also on the newest F6 BIOS.
Yea that shodul work on SB i keep forgetting you guys need to increase your IMC and VTT voltages, set VTT to 1.15 and the IMC to 1.145 exactly.
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Hi guys,
I'm planning to get a Gigabyte motherboard for my first ever build. I'm trying to decide between the UD5H and UD3H - the price difference between the two is close to AUD$100, so I was wondering if it'd be worth getting the UD5H or not. My uses for the computer will be gaming mainly. Thanks
I wodul just go for the UD3H! Unless you need some of the extra connectivity. The VRM on the UD3H is plenty strong, you are talking about 60A per phase max whereas the UD5H is 30-40A per phase max. So the UD3H is plenty competent of very strong OC.
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As I expected. Thanks for verifying!
Interestingly the Trident X 2400 performs about the same as the Samsung Green @ 2133. Just might have to pop that Samsung back in when I get IB cpu and test it a little further.
Folks in UK now got access to IB, hopefully in a few hours we in the US will as well.
Yea these boards are tuned and built for IB, but SB is going to be fine as well, don't worry guys. There are so many factors to consider it is not always the motherboard that is bad, so just try and make sure your drives are all good and don't be afraid to try out some of the new BIOS settings, there are so many!
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Sin0822,

Thanks for all your Aid!

I am problem free with my 2500K but will be going 3570K in the next few hours. I must keep my 2nd rig up to par also!

I have my 2500k SOLD ALREADY!
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I opened my system and made sure every connection was properly seated then switched out the 30nm Samsung ram with some Gskill I had laying around. The Samsung passes memcheck, but I'll let the system run with the Gskill a while and see if it still freezes occasionally just to make sure it's not some weird ram issue with the Samsung 30nm stuff.
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