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It's a 77W TDP'ed CPU right?

Yes, 77W TDP. smile.gif
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If I have more than one stick of ram in any slot on my ud3h then I get the code 51 on the Debug LED. But If I use one then I can use it in any slot?
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My System Fan 3 just goes nuts on this board. There's no way to control it's speed? Should I just get a 4 pin 120mm case fan then?
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My System Fan 3 just goes nuts on this board. There's no way to control it's speed? Should I just get a 4 pin 120mm case fan then?
And which board might 'this board' be?

On my D3H I only seem to have the ability to control the System fan 1 when there's a 3 pin connected. The other 2 system fan headers just seem to do their own thing wth.gif
     
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I have a UD5H board.

This fan is driving me nuts. I don't know if I need to replace the fan to make it a 4 pin connector or what to do.
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if you have a 3-pin fan connected to sys_fan3 header then you have no control of it through the mobo. Only cpu_fan and sys_fan1 can control a 3-pin fan (i.e., voltage control). You will need a pwm fan (4-pin) on sys_fan3 if you want the mobo to control it.

I'm not sure I understand what you mean when you say it goes nuts. A 3-pin fan on sys_fan3 should run at 100% all the time. Could you be more specific with it's behavior. You can use the Gigabyte program EasyTune6 to monitor the fan speed.
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Okay, so I need to buy a 4 pin connector fan then. I did not realize that 3 pin fans always go at 100%. I guess it's a really loud fan at 100%.

Are there any 4 pin connector fans you would recommend?
Edited by Kazmakistan - 3/27/13 at 2:02pm
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Okay, so I need to buy a 4 pin connector fan then. I did not realize that 3 pin fans always go at 100%. I guess it's a really loud fan at 100%.

Are there any 4 pin connector fans you would recommend?

120mm: Gelid Silent 12 PWM (those are not meant to be used on heatsinks through so if you want versatile fans I wouldn't get this)
140mm: Thermalright TY-147
They're both FDB fans, pretty good stuff

But you might as well buy a fan controller unless you want to step up from your current fans.
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Okay, so I need to buy a 4 pin connector fan then. I did not realize that 3 pin fans always go at 100%. I guess it's a really loud fan at 100%.

Are there any 4 pin connector fans you would recommend?

Although no information on this in the User manual, sys_fan1 is voltage controlled. That is the good news. The bad news is that Gigabyte decided to tie all of the system fan headers that are controllable to a temperature sensor that hardly changes. The good news to that bad news is that you can get around that by using a free program called Speedfan.

However, as already pointed out, the best way to control your system fans is by using a fan controller.
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I would definitely buy a fan controller or use speedfan. I love the UD5H but the truth is fan control is not good.

Finally I managed to update the chipset drivers one at a time and the system seems a bit more responsive. Evidently the chipset install programs from Intel don't work for me unless I do it manually.
My boot time to Windows start screen is incredibly faster.
BTW latest Intel INF & MEI updates are at TweakTown.
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