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just make sure the pressure is even, that is the issue. uneven pressure can cause the CPU to tilt and thus have bad connection with some pins.
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Hi all,

I have a Gigabyte Z77X-UD3H (see Rig 2013 in my signature) and was wondering about how the board works in terms of detecting whether to use internal graphics or a discrete video card.

I thought that by setting Init Display to Auto and Internal Graphics to Enabled, I would be able to get a display if I have a video card installed in my system but my monitors are connected to the motherboard's DVI and HDMI connections. However I don't get a display unless I go into the BIOS and set Init Dispaly to be Internal Graphics. Is my board messing up or is this normal?

So just to be clear I have a video card installed in the system but both of my monitors are connected to the motherboard's video out connections (one to DVI, the other to HDMI). If Init Display is set to Auto I get no display on boot up and not even in Windows.
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Hi all,

I have a Gigabyte Z77X-UD3H (see Rig 2013 in my signature) and was wondering about how the board works in terms of detecting whether to use internal graphics or a discrete video card.

I thought that by setting Init Display to Auto and Internal Graphics to Enabled, I would be able to get a display if I have a video card installed in my system but my monitors are connected to the motherboard's DVI and HDMI connections. However I don't get a display unless I go into the BIOS and set Init Dispaly to be Internal Graphics. Is my board messing up or is this normal?

So just to be clear I have a video card installed in the system but both of my monitors are connected to the motherboard's video out connections (one to DVI, the other to HDMI). If Init Display is set to Auto I get no display on boot up and not even in Windows.

If there is a card installed then it will default to using it, normally.
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hey guys, is this diagram easy to make out?:


I was bored and decided to map out the ports and everything like thunderbolt. I tried it laid out as a board, but it was just too many crossing over traces, i guess that is why they have layers lol.
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hey guys, is this diagram easy to make out?:.
AutoCAD?
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Nice, Sin. thumb.gif
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Looks great sin
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Hey guys, I'm working with a new UD5H and i7-3770k, Win 7 64 bit Home Prem. I figured I would use the PCI slot since it's there. I have a Rosewill USB2.0 PCI CARD Model RC-101 that has very low hours on it and works just fine with my Asus based AMD 965 X4 HTPC. I installed it in the UD5H PCI slot and what troubles. Blue screens, locked up windows, finally got into windows, and it does the endless "searching preconfigured folders" It never does install. It's supposed to be plug and play for Win 7, and has been in more than two rigs.

Do you think this is some sort of chipset conflict? It's not a huge deal, but I would like to resolve any missing drivers early on here, not to mention any hardware problems with the PCI slot. I did install an old PCI network card, and it connected, though I want to try at least one more PCI card to check it out.

Yeah, I know, PCI is ancient and on it's way out, still, I want a new, expensive board like the UD5H to have fully functioning hardware.

Thanks for your input

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Edited by Geezerman - 1/25/13 at 7:40am
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what, you want legacy support (pci slot) and for it to work, too! wink.gif
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OK, update here. I had another PCI USB 2 card, it's not as pretty, but it works. So, I'm figuring that the Z77 chipset has a problem with the NEC chipset that the Rosewill card has. Ain't computers fun?
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