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Indeed Running the following commands shows that CPUZ is wrong and Gigabyte knows what is doing wink.gif
C:\Users\Nou>wmic MEMORYCHIP get banklabel, devicelocator, caption, capacity
BankLabel Capacity Caption DeviceLocator
BANK 1 4294967296 Physical Memory ChannelA-DIMM1
BANK 3 4294967296 Physical Memory ChannelB-DIMM1

Nice!
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That's cool. I did not know about the wmic command. Or at least I've forgotten it existed. Looks like it gives you everything.
Code:
C:\Windows\System32>wmic
wmic:root\cli>memorychip
BankLabel  Capacity    Caption          CreationClassName     DataWidth  Description      DeviceLocator   FormFactor  HotSwappable  InstallDate  InterleaveDataDepth  InterleavePosition  Manufacturer  MemoryType  Model  Name             OtherIdentifyingInfo  PartNumber       PositionInRow  PoweredOn  Removable  Replaceable  SerialNumber  SKU  Speed  Status  Tag                TotalWidth  TypeDetail  Version
BANK 3     8589934592  Physical Memory  Win32_PhysicalMemory  64         Physical Memory  ChannelB-DIMM1  8                                      2                    2                   04CD          0                  Physical Memory                        F3-1866C10-8GAB                                                    00000000           1867           Physical Memory 0  64          128
BANK 1     8589934592  Physical Memory  Win32_PhysicalMemory  64         Physical Memory  ChannelA-DIMM1  8                                      2                    1                   04CD          0                  Physical Memory                        F3-1866C10-8GAB                                                    00000000           1867           Physical Memory 1  64          128
 
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you are in the correct slots, don't worry about CPUz.
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Hi - i am looking at getting the UD5H with the i7 3770K -

i am looking for a good stable set up -

is this a good choice ? or should i look at the UP4 - which is newer in the same price range -

which would be the better way to go ? i dont do gaming - but would like to OC - nothing too extreme but what ever i can get stable would be good -

i am not an expert at all the settings etc, - would need help for sure to OC - but at first just want to get it installed and running stable

which would be the best bet here ?

also want 16 gig ram kit - i just want it to work - anyone know of a good working drop it in Kit thats fast also -

i am ready to buy now - just cant decide and driving me nuts - i hear so many Neg. reviews - but also alot of Positive also -

need help with picking a board -

thanks -
post #4255 of 6656
UP4 has updated IR3550 mosfets and 6 phase design. UD5H uses PowerPAKs and doubled to 12 phase design. As far as overclocking on air/water they are both equally capable boards.

UP4 offers Thunderbolt ports whereas UD5H offers headphone amplifier. Everything else should be obvious from specs. There are both great boards, and stable. I personally didn't have any major problems with UD5H since the day 1.
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anything after so long I have my new Corsair ram CMZ8GX3M2A1600C8R 1.50V

I put it on xmp in the bios and I put the ram voltage 1.5v vtt but puts me impressive 1.20 V,

I have it on manual to 1.05V, it is normal for me to wear xmp vtt voltage so exaggerated?

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post #4257 of 6656
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Originally Posted by DeXel View Post

UP4 has updated IR3550 mosfets and 6 phase design. UD5H uses PowerPAKs and doubled to 12 phase design. As far as overclocking on air/water they are both equally capable boards.
UP4 offers Thunderbolt ports whereas UD5H offers headphone amplifier. Everything else should be obvious from specs. There are both great boards, and stable. I personally didn't have any major problems with UD5H since the day 1.


thanks - so if i were to get the UD5H - it would be a good choice - stable - fast - i need to pick a board for the i7 - and cant seem to decide

since they are both the same price - not sure if going with the UP4 is a better choice or just getting the UD5 -

i just want it to work stable - also can you recommend a good ram kit for the UD5 H 16 gig kit - two sticks -

would the G skill sniper model work ? compatible ? i want to make sure everything will work when i put it together -


thanks -
post #4258 of 6656
If you want the thunderbolt, get the up4, if not or you don't know or care one way or the other, get the UD5.

You can pick any 16 gig kit from the recommended ram gigabyte provides on its site for the board. all of the ram suppliers also have a ram compatibility table for most of the current boards. Just go to gskill and use their memory finder using the name of the board.
post #4259 of 6656
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Originally Posted by barkeater View Post

If you want the thunderbolt, get the up4, if not or you don't know or care one way or the other, get the UD5.
You can pick any 16 gig kit from the recommended ram gigabyte provides on its site for the board. all of the ram suppliers also have a ram compatibility table for most of the current boards. Just go to gskill and use their memory finder using the name of the board.


i dont think i will be using the thunderbolt ports - now or in the future - so the UD5 is a solid board in general - stable etc, ?

would you know or can recommend any other memory if you think G skill is not good enough for some reason - i will go look at G skill website - on the gigabyte - dosnt show much with 16 gig kit -

thanks
post #4260 of 6656
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Originally Posted by expresso View Post

Hi - i am looking at getting the UD5H with the i7 3770K -
i am looking for a good stable set up -
is this a good choice ? or should i look at the UP4 - which is newer in the same price range -
which would be the better way to go ? i dont do gaming - but would like to OC - nothing too extreme but what ever i can get stable would be good -
i am not an expert at all the settings etc, - would need help for sure to OC - but at first just want to get it installed and running stable
which would be the best bet here ?
also want 16 gig ram kit - i just want it to work - anyone know of a good working drop it in Kit thats fast also -
i am ready to buy now - just cant decide and driving me nuts - i hear so many Neg. reviews - but also alot of Positive also -
need help with picking a board -
thanks -

If you don't mind the thunderbolt i think that the UD5H is more than capable of "casual" overclocking plus it has the looks rolleyes.gif.

Another minor considaration is to check if your CPU cooler of choice fits the mobo (if you go air) since the UP4 has taller heatsinks (i think is targeted more on the watecooling side).
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