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As far as I've been able to tell it's purely an issue with cold boot. Restarts and even startup immediately after switching off all seem fine.. Problem just seems to manifest after it's been switched off for a while. As you rightly point out Sin, if you just leave it alone it seems to sort itself out, I haven't had any issues with 'failed overclock' messages or anything so I'm not in a manic rush to get the issue fixed, when they get around to it is fine.. just thought it was kinda weird.

Hopefully the next couple of bios releases will nail down the last few remaining issues with this board and I can put the whole P67 nightmare behind me.. this is the 3rd Gigabyte board i've had in a row, Skt775 board was superb, absolutely rock solid, aforementioned P67 gave me nothing but problems from the very first bootup.. looks like this one is going to be more of the former than the latter.. and it's reassuring to see Gigabyte actually addressing issues, makes a consumer feel comfortable spending his/her hard earned cash..! thumb.gif
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yea it does need to be fixed. I will report it tonight.
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Based on the review, it appears to OC quite well for my satisfaction. My only gripe is how the heat-sinks are attached. Are there any screws available to be bought to replace those ugly push-pins? If so, do you know what size I need?
Hey I actually have one it is a good board. Should do all you need pretty good.

That's good to hear but what about replacing those push-pins that hold those heat-sinks in place? Are there screws I can buy to replace them?
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if you really want I guess, so but there is no need, they are pretty well configured, they are strong plastic.
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if you really want I guess, so but there is no need, they are pretty well configured, they are strong plastic.

Thanks thumb.gif I'll trust you on this. Don't really need to change them...I was just curious if I could.
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yea haha I mean I am sure you could try and find some screws, but if its a push pin then it is just a hole in the heatsink, so IDK how you would do it. perhaps with a nut and bolt?
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@Sin0822

Currently have a AM3 Gigabyte board + Phenom II x4 955 and was looking to upgrade to a 3770K. I prefer to shop with Amazon due to their amazing return/refund policy and originally intended to go with an ASRock z77 extreme 6. Unfortunately they don't have ASRock z77 boards to my dismay. It came down to ASUS vs Gigabyte. You're recommendations and in-depth review of the UDH5 helped me make my decision. That and all the people swearing up and down how horrible their ASUS RMA process was. 3770K and Gigabyte Z77X-UD5H-WB WiFi now on the way biggrin.gif.
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I was considering Asus as an alternative to Gigabyte as well and today I read about their horrible service. Turned me off, likely buying the UD5H by the end of the week for my 3570k. I'm making a point of buying it locally, in case anything's wrong I can just return it to the store.
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Finally, a real motherboard. Thanks Sin0822 and the OCN for the inspiration. Ill post more info regarding the setup and installation of the system. Overall, pretty smooth. Oh yeah, wow does this thing boot up fast. thumb.gif338
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@Sin0822
Currently have a AM3 Gigabyte board + Phenom II x4 955 and was looking to upgrade to a 3770K. I prefer to shop with Amazon due to their amazing return/refund policy and originally intended to go with an ASRock z77 extreme 6. Unfortunately they don't have ASRock z77 boards to my dismay. It came down to ASUS vs Gigabyte. You're recommendations and in-depth review of the UDH5 helped me make my decision. That and all the people swearing up and down how horrible their ASUS RMA process was. 3770K and Gigabyte Z77X-UD5H-WB WiFi now on the way biggrin.gif.
Let us know how it goes!
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I was considering Asus as an alternative to Gigabyte as well and today I read about their horrible service. Turned me off, likely buying the UD5H by the end of the week for my 3570k. I'm making a point of buying it locally, in case anything's wrong I can just return it to the store.
Let us know how it goes!
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Finally, a real motherboard. Thanks Sin0822 and the OCN for the inspiration. Ill post more info regarding the setup and installation of the system. Overall, pretty smooth. Oh yeah, wow does this thing boot up fast. thumb.gif338

Nice man! Enjoy it, while there might be some issues that need to currently be ironed out for the 2500K in particular, they should be fixed soon. However with ivy bridge it is getting hard to find issues like those that have been listed for Sandy.

Also guys I just tested with 2500K and yes I have been able to replicate some of these issues, hopefully they will be fixed soon, I have faith.
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