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Not sure about your problem, but I've always read with Gigabyte boards that you should load optimized defaults when you're starting out or if you change something major.


thanks that seemed to do the trick, this morning I tested it by restarting computer a few times from power off, and in windows and not once did I get the message again.
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Quick question, is it worth it to put a second fan on a CM Hyper 212+ for push/pull configuration? I notice there is only one CPU fan header and it seems like the SYS fan headers run at different speeds according to other people.

Edit: Answered my own question, don't want to wait for a PWM splitter.

Edit 2: According to someone from tweaktown (fastie)

Connected to SYS_FAN1 header, a fan seems to run quite slowly, (say, 700rpm at ambient) although it is controlled with temperature.
Connected to SYS_FAN2 header, a fan runs about twice as fast (say, 1400rpm at ambient) also controlled.
Connected to SYS_FAN3 header, a fan runs the same as SYS_FAN2.
Connected to SYS_FAN4 header, a fan seems to always run at full speed, uncontrolled.

I guess I could plug the pull fan into SYS_FAN4 and have it going full tilt. Hmmm.
Edited by rageofthepeon - 5/2/12 at 8:05am
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However these boards are very well built, i am sure everything is okay.


I will second that, I did something really stupid and bad (should have done build on weekend when had more time that was my mistake), I accidentally dropped the mounting metal bracket for my cooler right on the board and it dropped like a thud, it was pretty heavy not light, and was like crap, but board booted up with no issues and seems to be fine.
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OK guys...just got the board all installed with IB 3570k. I have just the hard drives hooked up, 2x4 gb ram INSTALLED IN DUAL CHANNEL SLOTS. When i start the board it pulses then shuts off, then pulses then shuts off, then its seems to start up and the board debug lcd post a "19". It then shuts off then repeats the exact same process. Should i disconnect all peripherals and try again? Any help would be great. The board is Rev. 1.
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Also i have the monitor hooped up through HDMi and i am not getting anything coming up on the monitor when i try to boot.
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Got into bios by hitting reset button during its loop. Flashing bios to F7 as i type.
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Just updated to F7 bios. Still getting this weird boot pulse thing and I still have to reset in order to get the bios to come up on the monitor.
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You added posts while I was typing this, but it may still help you anyway:
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OK guys...just got the board all installed with IB 3570k. I have just the hard drives hooked up, 2x4 gb ram INSTALLED IN DUAL CHANNEL SLOTS. When i start the board it pulses then shuts off, then pulses then shuts off, then its seems to start up and the board debug lcd post a "19". It then shuts off then repeats the exact same process. Should i disconnect all peripherals and try again? Any help would be great. The board is Rev. 1.
First of all, it would be helpful to know what hardware you have. Go to your profile page and clock on "Create a new rig" under Your Rigs. You will then proceed through several steps to add information about the hardware in your rig. You don't have to include everything, but CPU, MB, RAM, PSU, case, and cooling are good things to include.

After you have filled out that information, go back to your profile page and add the new rig to your signature. Click on "Edit Signature Text" under Your Forum Signature. Underneath the text box, there should be drop-down boxes that say "Show off stuff in your signature." Click on the drop-down box and select your new rig. You can also put a signature in the big text box above if you like. After you're done, just hit "Submit."

The first thing to try would be to reset the CMOS. Turn the power off and unplug the computer. Then press and hold the reset switch on the board for several seconds. Plug it back in and try booting it again.

Continuing on, POST code 19 on the UD5H is the pre-memory south bridge initialization step during POST. I think memory initialization is the next step, so if it is getting stuck at that point, then it is probably a RAM problem. Which slots are you using? The slots are numbered 1,3,2,4 with the 1st slot being the furthest from the CPU. Gigabyte recommends using slots 1 and 2 when using two DIMMs in dual-channel mode.

If you are using the correct slots, then try using one RAM stick at a time in slot 1. If one works and the other fails, then you know you have a bad stick of RAM. If both work, then try different slots to see if there is a problem with any particular slot.

If neither stick works in any slot, then there may be an incompatibility between the RAM and the MB. It is also possible that both sticks could be bad, but that is less likely.

If and when you do get into the UEFI setup, make sure you load optimized defaults, save, and reboot.

EDIT: There should be an edit button (pencil icon) at the bottom of each of your posts.
Edited by valvehead - 5/2/12 at 10:02am
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So is there any word on what fixes are in place with F7 for the UD5H ..?
Just asking as my system is super stable on F6 currently apart from the weird startup issue I described earlier and so I'm reluctant to maybe introduce new problems unless there is a specific fix in place.

is it starting, then shutting down and restarting again? Mine is also doing this weird pulse thing when it first starts, then i have reset to get it to boot.
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Just had system freeze with UD5H F6L BIOS + 2500k. I noticed the freeze seems to occur after I leave the computer AFK for a while. It goes into standby, then after being woken up for a bit, it happens. Not entirely sure going into standby is the cause, but it's my best guess so far.

Yea that is b/c of the CPU PLL OV, they need to add that in there, but IDK if F7 adds it.
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So is there any word on what fixes are in place with F7 for the UD5H ..?
Just asking as my system is super stable on F6 currently apart from the weird startup issue I described earlier and so I'm reluctant to maybe introduce new problems unless there is a specific fix in place.
No idea, prob better mouse/kb support. Can you try to just switch the BIOS switch and give it a shot, if it doesn't work well, then switch back.
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I will tell you something and you can either believe it or not. I don't need anyone's approval and I'm not looking for sympathy.
The first UD5H board I bought, I mounted the board in the chassis before installing the cpu. When I removed the cpu socket cover, I saw a shiny spot amongst the pins. I got a magnifying glass and saw several bent pins with what looked like black plastic mingled in. Being stupid and anxious to try out the new board I tried to straighten the pins and install a cpu. Board wouldn't boot. I've sent it to Gigabyte for repair since the seller wouldn't RMA it.
Now: did the pins get bent when I removed the socket cover? I don't know. I haven't installed thousands of cpu's but I have installed quite a few over the years and never had this before.

Yea that sucks man I am sorry, i hope they take care of it for you.
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just some info for you guys on the f7 bios i have already noticed
my G9 mouse is now working fully in the bios (i could only move my mouse and not click)
it now recognizes my usb drive when its plugged into the front usb port

Good to hear!
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