Originally Posted by Mr357
I've got a UD3H rev 1.1 and I haven't been able to install the USB 3.0 drivers. Tried both the Intel and VIA drivers given on the site, and neither have worked. In fact, the VIA driver won't install at all. Anyone know the fix for this?
I had some driver install issues at first too (my fault). Try downloading intel drivers from the actual intel site, and via drivers from actual via site, etc. Manually install them. You can also use device manager to manually apply drivers.
Depend on memory IC and setting of "Slew rate" in the newest BIOS.
I think is PSC chips,so try slew rate 2 or 3.
I had F14 when I got the board, the F15's are beta bioses. Are they worth getting?
What is 'slew rate'?
And I think the problem is stability. I increased voltage using GTL to 1.7v, and no longer had instant rounding errors in hyperpi, could last p95 blend testing, and even passed 500%+ of 4 x hci memtest (seems to be the best 'short term' tester for me, besides a straight up 24 hour p95 test).
I was thinking that like the ud5h doesnt play with 2000mhz, gotta do 1866 or 2133, based on what i had read of other people (google like unstable 2000mhz xmp ud5h and you get a few results of people not knowing whats up, i think someone said even that ud5h cant do 2000 or something, not sure, that, combined with me raising 2133 but not knowing the timings loosened automatically, i believed that).
Kinda lame. I have yet to give the guy feedback on ebay for the ram (i mean I paid $27 and he gave $2 back because he said shipping was cheaper... even at $25 2x2gb 2000 CL7 1.7v ram / 1866 CL7 1.65v is pretty good deal, no? gonna test it in another computer to make sure its not something else)
Setting up a system with the MSI g41, interesting board. The mouse moves in UEFi much smoother (and for me, my steelseries kinzu doesnt move up/down in gigabyte, need to use a wireless lenovo mouse if i cared but i prefer keyboard anyways, i hate 3d bios too). I think the msi bios is set up better too, lots of information made very plain for you.
Not that I care, but it's a stark contrast to the gigabyte board. I mean I dont mind paying 5x as much for a board that has a much worse interface, really. Like I'd be upset if the VRM or chipsets or whatever was slightly lower quality because they put more effort into a pretty bios. But it's interesting.
MSI has this utility, live update, gets all the drivers and crap you need. Gigabyte doesnt have a utility like that. I wonder if you can use MSI Live Update, on a Gigabyte board? Like can you do that, use other companies utilities on your board? Use GTL on an Asus? I know msi kombostor gpu utility is just rivatuner and gpu's are all either nvidia or radeon, but I wonder if it's like that with motherboard. I mean i would think so, right?Edited by Belial - 2/5/13 at 8:43pm