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i need help guys
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i need help guys

With what exactly?
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So I noticed with the UD5H and F15r BIOS some things don't "stick" when changed. For example internal graphics seems to often default to "Auto" if set to disabled.
Not a big deal, although I set to disabled out of habit I suppose.

But overall F15r is pretty good for me, I do have a weird issue but I suspect it may be faulty SATA data cables with one dropping out occasionally and not booting into Windows. Is strange as this drive is not the OS drive, but if it does not show up in BIOS Windows gets stuck at the start screen. Then I shut down and wiggle the cable, go back to BIOS and reset BBS priorities and it boots into Windows.
Or maybe it's just another crappy WD drive.
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i don't think you are setting VCCIO correctly.

you have to also move VCCSA(IMC Voltage) up with it with 0.005v less than VCCIO(VTT).

Goto CPU Voltage menu, set QPI/VTT to 1.15v, then set IMC to 1.145 that would engage it so that they change, otherwise it doesn't increase nice unless you do it in windows.

Also can you change the DRAm stability levels, you can try max them out at 32 each for WR and RW.

BTW Auto-Tune, it works for me, how you only get to 3.6ghz? lol BTW auto tune OCes the system with power savings on.

why do you need to set the voltages within 0.005?

intel recommended max on vccsa is 0.971 and vccio is 1.08.

intel is saying vcore max is 1.52 which is high, so their stated max voltages for vccsa and vccio are also technically high.
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why do you need to set the voltages within 0.005?

intel recommended max on vccsa is 0.971 and vccio is 1.08.

intel is saying vcore max is 1.52 which is high, so their stated max voltages for vccsa and vccio are also technically high.


I've been wondering this since before I even bought an Z77/IB setup. My defaults are .925 IMC and 1.05 VTT. I've only taken my Ivy to 4.8ghz with 1866 CL10 ram and neither of these needed adjustments.
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you have to also move VCCSA(IMC Voltage) up with it with 0.005v less than VCCIO(VTT).

Goto CPU Voltage menu, set QPI/VTT to 1.15v, then set IMC to 1.145 that would engage it so that they change, otherwise it doesn't increase nice unless you do it in windows.

Edited by frag85 - 3/19/13 at 9:18pm
 
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In the bios of Z77X-UD3H there is "Performance Enhance" option. Default is set to "Turbo" but since it says enhance system performance I set it to "Extreme". What does this option do actually and what would you guys suggest to set it to?

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I also have a Z77X-UD3H. This may be a dumb question, but if I'm only using 2 ram slots, and not using dual channel, can I still use XMP 1600 mhz profile? my ram supports it, and I set it in the bios and saved it, but after a reboot when I go back into the bios, the first screen still shows ram is running at 1333MHz, cpu-z in windows 8 also shows 667MHz. The reason I'm not using dual channel is because the first two ram slots don't work and I didn't want to mail it in for warranty repair yet.
    
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why do you need to set the voltages within 0.005?

intel recommended max on vccsa is 0.971 and vccio is 1.08.

intel is saying vcore max is 1.52 which is high, so their stated max voltages for vccsa and vccio are also technically high.

you can go above intel's ratings on VCCIO and VCCSA without issues. Really you can.

You gotta set them 0.005v apart because of the way the VR for those two outputs are designed on the UD3H and UD5H. You can prob get away with more than 0.005, but I just say 0.005v because it is garunteed to work.
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you can go above intel's ratings on VCCIO and VCCSA without issues. Really you can.

You gotta set them 0.005v apart because of the way the VR for those two outputs are designed on the UD3H and UD5H. You can prob get away with more than 0.005, but I just say 0.005v because it is garunteed to work.

what would you say is the max 24/7 voltages?

1.2 and 1.195?

1.15 and 1.145?
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what would you say is the max 24/7 voltages?

1.2 and 1.195?

1.15 and 1.145?

Depend of your memory speed (usually above DDR3 2400) and capacity (4x4GB and above).
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