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MME1122, try to switch Windows power saving stuff to balanced if you happen to be on high performance.
chris-br, did you try to reinstall? What BIOS are you running?

Haha, that did it. Thanks. Clocks down to about 2.0 GHz and 0.9 V now. Aside from clock/voltage being reduced is there any other difference between balanced and high performance? Aside from what you can change in the menus?

Should I try to re-enable one or both C states? And how about turbo boost?

Also can I control 3 pin fans with speedfan and the motherboard headers? It would be voltage control instead of PWM right?

Thanks for the help, I have a lot of questions tongue.gif
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CPU header supports PWM and voltage. Other headers, well they don't like both lol.

I think whatever is in the settings of power management that's the only difference.

As far as overclocking, do whatever works for you thumb.gif. It's going to be different for everybody.
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Thank you! thumb.gif
Just a question on Ud5h. Why from 4ghz my mobo increase automatically the vcore to 1.30v and over every time ? At 4.4ghz with "manual" voltage it's stable at 1.22v. If I decrease the voltage ---> bsod mad.gif

4.0 Ghz at auto? I don't really get the problem here...
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Hi,

Could you help me ? My Corsair vengeance run at 1333 mhz instead of 2133... even with xmp profile1
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Well, I told you to try set everything manually. XMP doesn't always work, especially with memory that isn't in compatible memory list.

Go here, and set 21 (or something similar) for system memory multiplier to get 2133 Mhz in memory frequency.

Then go here, and set standard timings according to your RAM.

Then go here, and set DRAM voltage.

If doesn't boot, try to raise IMC and VTT over here by 0.01 until it does.
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Haha, that did it. Thanks. Clocks down to about 2.0 GHz and 0.9 V now. Aside from clock/voltage being reduced is there any other difference between balanced and high performance? Aside from what you can change in the menus?
Should I try to re-enable one or both C states? And how about turbo boost?
Also can I control 3 pin fans with speedfan and the motherboard headers? It would be voltage control instead of PWM right?
Thanks for the help, I have a lot of questions tongue.gif

Cpu_fan can be set to voltage mode in bios and Sys_fan1 header always works with voltage control.
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post #4196 of 6656
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On the UD5H fans work this way.
In SpeedFan:
Fan1=CPU_FAN
Fan2=SYS_FAN1
Fan3=SYS_FAN2
Fan4=SYS_FAN3
Fan5=SYS_FAN4
Temp1=mobo
Temp2=z77 PCH
Temp3=CPU-mobo
Cores0/1/2/3 need +20 offset to be correct
PWM1=CPU_FAN --> Voltage (3-pin fan)
PWM2=SYS_FAN1/2/3
PWM3=CPU_FAN --> PWM (4-pin fan)
No voltages shown yet, it takes a while for new hardware to be supported.
//

I assume Temp1=mobo is the case temperature?
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I assume Temp1=mobo is the case temperature?

It’s a sensor near the bottom edge, it approximates ambient temp, or case plenum temp. It’s supposed to be used for fan control, but SYS_FAN control in the UD5H doesn’t work.
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imc in cpu settings and profile vtt (1.20v) in dram settings are two different things?
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Originally Posted by cab2 View Post

It’s a sensor near the bottom edge, it approximates ambient temp, or case plenum temp. It’s supposed to be used for fan control, but SYS_FAN control in the UD5H doesn’t work.

CAB2, i know you have a pretty good understanding of the fan header control for this board which makes me scratch my head when I see you make a statement like this. sys_fan control works as described in manual with a few things not explained real well. For those who don't like the ET6 program (which is very lacking when it comes to controlling your fans) Speedfan works imho very well.
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Originally Posted by cab2 View Post

It’s a sensor near the bottom edge, it approximates ambient temp, or case plenum temp. It’s supposed to be used for fan control, but SYS_FAN control in the UD5H doesn’t work.

I was able to control SYS_FAN 1/2/3 with PWM2 in speedfan, but only as a group not individually.

Noticed SYS_FAN2 would always be 2x the rpm as SYS_FAN1 when adjusting PWM2 control percentage .

Looking at the manual SYS_FAN1 is different than the SYS_FAN2/3
pin1: GND
pin2: +12V/Speedcontrol
pin3: Sense
pin4: VCC

What is VCC, its the only fan that has this.
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