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post #4231 of 6656
I have had success. I flashed back to the F18 BIOS and changed the PEG to Gen2 (Was on Auto), BAM, works.

I'm sure I tried to do this under the Beta F19e BIOS to no avail.

So for anyone having issues with a GA Z77X-UD3H and a 680GTX (Specifically ASUS DirectCU II), definitely have a look at changing the Peg Gen to Gen2.

I hope I can assist somebody with this, as it absolutely did my nut in.
post #4232 of 6656
So you forced PCI-E 2.0 mode on it? Now I remember that some people had to do that to get it running. I am not sure what board they were running though.
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post #4233 of 6656
Yeah, but I'm also certain that the setting wasn't working on the F19e (beta) BIOS that I had flashed to initially. I'm sure we tried Gen1/2/3.
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My ud5h has condensers purple. I have read that it is a second revision. My biggest problem is the management of the voltage which is far higher than normal. I hope gigabyte solve the problem because it would be really a huge disappointment. My cpu is a 3770k. If I set 4.4ghz normal, dvid +0.05 v and llc medium, my vcore is 1.35v! Horrible ...mad.gif
post #4235 of 6656
righty, got a bit of a strange issue with my gigabyte z77x-d3h (i think its the mobo causing the issue, not sure though)

My system works and is able to post (i5-3570k, 2x4gb ram, 212 evo heatsink), the cpu and ram show up fine on the bios with correct readings. However the problems start when the system is powered down and up again. After this the system will not post, and seems to get stuck in a boot cycle wherein the cpu cooler fan seems to spin up in bursts. The only way to make the system post again is to wait about 10 minutes.

The power supply im using is the corsair tx550m, im not sure if this is causing the problem, but when the psu is on and my system is off i can hear a high pitch noise coming from the power supply, i have no idea if its faulty or not, it seems to power everything fine.

Another thing which is odd is that when i do get the successful post, it takes like 9 seconds from power on to get the bios splash screen. What seems to happen is that the cpu cooler fan spins up and slows down as the psu fan is spinning up and then the cpu fan spins up then i get the post.

Any help would be very nice, currently waiting on a reply from gigabyte.

Things ive tried: reseating ram in all slots and trying just one dimm. I have successfully flashed the bios to the latest version, this made no difference to my problem.
post #4236 of 6656
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Originally Posted by gizmo83 View Post

My ud5h has condensers purple. I have read that it is a second revision. My biggest problem is the management of the voltage which is far higher than normal. I hope gigabyte solve the problem because it would be really a huge disappointment. My cpu is a 3770k. If I set 4.4ghz normal, dvid +0.05 v and llc medium, my vcore is 1.35v! Horrible ...mad.gif

Likely not a Gigabyte issue and more likely an issue with your understanding of how to correctly set the voltage in the bios. If you set your multiplier to 44 and dvid to 0.05, what is the value of your vid under stress (i.e., running prime)? To see what your vid is you download coretemp install and run while stressing your cpu. What you may find is you need to increase your llc to overcome vdroop and/or your cpu is not a very good overclocker (i.e., high vid). In either case, it's not a function of your board.
post #4237 of 6656
FYI, I've been running steadily/happily with these settings from a few months ago, at the same multiplier of 44:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1239993/official-gigabyte-z77x-owners-discussion-information-support-thread-and-club-ud5h-ud3h-d3h-and-all/3600_100#post_18113583

Might make for a good reference point.
post #4238 of 6656
as an update to my previous issue, does anyone know what this noise (http://www.mediafire.com/?bvsdrpir3sfaus0) means as a motherboard speaker error. This is recorded from my phone but you can hear the click noise which the speaker makes, and also the boot loop of the cpu fan. Im using the motherboard gigabyte z77x-d3h.

thanks
post #4239 of 6656
Anyone else having this problem, when I turn my PC on nothing displays on screen I think its called a cold boot?, but when i turn it off and on again it works? any ideas guys.
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Having problems with usb3.0 on my UD5H

My two front panel USB3.0 port is connected to F_USB30_1, but only one of the port works.

The other one semi works,but drops/disconnects after 3-4 seconds when transferring files.

I have intel usb 3.0 drivers installed 1.0.6.245 & intel extensible host controller 1.0.6.245

What could be the problem? Noticed in Win7 Device Manager there are two "Generic USB Hub" with yellow exclamation icons.


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I am assuming F_USB30_1 is connected directly to Z77 Chipset, and F_USB30_2/F_USB30_3 is the VIA USB Hub?
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