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They do, just under their own boards, as it is a driver for a motherboard:
http://downloadcenter.intel.com/SearchResult.aspx?lang=eng&ProductFamily=Desktop+Boards&ProductLine=Intel%C2%AE+7+Series+Chipset+Boards&ProductProduct=Intel%C2%AE+Desktop+Board+DZ77BH-55K

For boards that use EC, ME is very important with BIOS flashing and flash back.

Thank you so much!

    
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Originally Posted by Sin0822 View Post

They do, just under their own boards, as it is a driver for a motherboard:
http://downloadcenter.intel.com/SearchResult.aspx?lang=eng&ProductFamily=Desktop+Boards&ProductLine=Intel%C2%AE+7+Series+Chipset+Boards&ProductProduct=Intel%C2%AE+Desktop+Board+DZ77BH-55K

For boards that use EC, ME is very important with BIOS flashing and flash back.

EC?

EDIT: Express Chipset I assume.
Edited by 8bitG33k - 1/26/13 at 10:35pm
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Hey guys one more question. I have an i3 3220 and I thought the i3s don't support PCI-e 3.0, but under Miscellaneous Settings in the BIOS, I can set it to Gen3?? What will happen if I put it to Gen3? I have it on Gen2 ATM. 

    
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So far so good... built this rig yesterday and got Win 7 installed. Still a few quirks to figure out though.

Two things that caused a frown right off the bat:

1) Enabling RAID in BIOS causes BSOD (using Windows RAID now)

2) Enabling 'Sleep' Mode causes the PC to restart several times and then displays the User logon screen without actually going into hibernation.
Edited by 8bitG33k - 1/27/13 at 8:37am
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Howdy, just set up a new build with the ud3h 1.0 rev with bios f18. I cannot get my hd7850 to display the bios past the splash screen via HDMI. The splash screen appears, I hit DEL and the screen goes black. If I let it boot it goes into Windows just fine. It does work, however, via DVI. My system has been up and running for a few days, but I have to hook up a DVI monitor whenever I want to enter the bios which is annoying. Any thoughts?
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EC=embedded controller its an intel tech that Intel is phasing out.
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Autotune cranked everything up to ~4.5GHz at 1.34V @ 78C during it's built-in stability test, but when I ran Prime95 temperatures got up to 98C and that was a bit too high for my taste.

Hm, Easy Tune 6 is easy to overclock with but not so easy to reset everything back to it's original values, in spite of clicking the 'Default' Button... Looks like you have to click on 'Advanced' and then on each tab for 'Frequency' and 'Ratio' and manually adjust the slider.

So basically what Easy Tune does, is to clock up the Turbo Boost? Cuz all the relevant settings in the BIOS seem to be still at their default values after using the Autotune feature of Easy Tune 6 (although the BIOS is giving me mixed messages on this, in one place it reports default values (ie 35x100 for my processor) but at the same time it reads out 4563MHz clocks.
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Well, darn it all. Just got my UD5H all built up, except for no video card yet. Runing all stock for now. And BAM, another blue screen.

I had the problem earlier when I tried an older PCI card with USB2 ports on it, windows would not even load. Moved that card to my Asus HTPC, and no issues at all, same thing with other PCs.

Now, have an older network card in the PCI slot , a Ralink T161 based card, that had been stable yesterday, and then tonight, while at idle, a crash to blue screen.
I have a PCI audio card that I would like to try out, but it looks like the PCI on the UD5H has some issues. This same card causes no troubles with other PCs I have used it with that are running Win 7.

Heck,I'm tempted to buy a PCI card that is known to work on other UD5H just to see if I have a bad chip or slot here. Anyone using a PCI card please let me know what it is, if it's cheap enough, I'll try it out.

I need to get the data dump too, and have some experts look at it.

I see some web chat about setting BCLK to 100.1..Is this a valid answer? I see some postings about audio cards in te PCI slot causing latency problems as well.

I didn't buy the board just for the PCI slot, but it does bug me to have an expensive board with what appears to be PCI issues.

This may be related, I see :" The device, \Device\Ide\iaStor0, did not respond within the timeout period " in event viewer right before the crash to blue screen.. Looks more like a sata driver problem. This event happened 22 seconds before the blue screen
Edited by Geezerman - 1/28/13 at 8:50am
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Well, darn it all. Just got my UD5H all built up, except for no video card yet. Runing all stock for now. And BAM, another blue screen.

I had the problem earlier when I tried an older PCI card with USB2 ports on it, windows would not even load. Moved that card to my Asus HTPC, and no issues at all, same thing with other PCs.

Now, have an older network card in the PCI slot , a Ralink T161 based card, that had been stable yesterday, and then tonight, while at idle, a crash to blue screen.
I have a PCI audio card that I would like to try out, but it looks like the PCI on the UD5H has some issues. This same card causes no troubles with other PCs I have used it with that are running Win 7.

Heck,I'm tempted to buy a PCI card that is known to work on other UD5H just to see if I have a bad chip or slot here. Anyone using a PCI card please let me know what it is, if it's cheap enough, I'll try it out.

I need to get the data dump too, and have some experts look at it.

I see some web chat about setting BCLK to 100.1..Is this a valid answer? I see some postings about audio cards in te PCI slot causing latency problems as well.

I didn't buy the board just for the PCI slot, but it does bug me to have an expensive board with what appears to be PCI issues.

This may be related, I see :" The device, \Device\Ide\iaStor0, did not respond within the timeout period " in event viewer right before the crash to blue screen.. Looks more like a sata driver problem. This event happened 22 seconds before the blue screen

Blue screen means Windows. What version? I'd posted earlier about network card on 1st slot causing BCLK to drop below 100. May have something to do with pci-e 3.0 implementation on this board. But blue screens on my UD5H related only to Suspend S3. BTW, the UD5H has 2 nics, why do you want another network card?
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Blue screen means Windows. What version? I'd posted earlier about network card on 1st slot causing BCLK to drop below 100. May have something to do with pci-e 3.0 implementation on this board. But blue screens on my UD5H related only to Suspend S3. BTW, the UD5H has 2 nics, why do you want another network card?

win 7 64 bit
The express slots are not controlled by the ITE chip that is giving some people problems with the PCI slot, and that's what I'm having. PCI problems
it's a wireless network card. i really want to use the PCI slot with an audio card. .
Edited by Geezerman - 1/28/13 at 12:06pm
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