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Just built my first computer using a UD3H. Loving it so far.
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Originally Posted by Sin0822 View Post

I would try another SATA plug or another SATA cable, make sure your SATA power is working as well, because the board isn't detecting the drive at all frown.gif .

i've done that but so far still have no luck with my ud3h detecting my hd.
any other ideas out there guys?

help help help
post #5363 of 6656
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Originally Posted by KaRLiToS View Post

I just bought this motherboard. (UD5H)

  • Is it easy to overclock?
  • How is the UEFI BIOS?
  • What is the latest BIOS for the UD5H? (F15Q on their website)

As good as it gets when it comes to CPU overclocking. Software overclocking tools need to be improved and more user friendly. Not that good with memory overclocking, you will be limited.
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Guys, i don't have my cooler but i recently bought ud5h and an i7 3770k. I'm having a auto stock voltage of about 1.06v for the 3.7ghz stock speed. Do i have a good chip?
post #5365 of 6656
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Originally Posted by mike.dp.05 View Post

Guys, i don't have my cooler but i recently bought ud5h and an i7 3770k. I'm having a auto stock voltage of about 1.06v for the 3.7ghz stock speed. Do i have a good chip?

It's no way of knowing on auto volts man.
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I've seen quite a few posts asking about the fan control on the GA-Z77X-UD5H motherboard

If you install speed fan then

Fan Labelling:

Fan 1 - CPU ; Monitor RPM + Control
Fan 2 - SYS1 ; Monitor RPM + Control
Fan 3 - SYS2 ; Monitor RPM only
Fan 4 - SYS3 ; Monitor RPM only
Fan 5 - N/A

Speed Control:

PWM1 - CPU
PWM2 - SYS1 (This can control the speed of both PWM and 3 pin fans using voltage control)
PWM3 - CPU

You have to enable speed control in the advanced features-chip-ITF8728F. I like to set PWM1 + PWM2 = Software Control and PWM3 = Smart Guardian. Remember to tick Remember settings for each of the PWM controls.

If you install easy tune 6 you can also only control CPU + SYS1 fan, even with the latest update.

I have not checked which SYS headers are effected via bios settings
Edited by Kiwijunglist - 4/19/13 at 5:48am
post #5367 of 6656
IMO Asus's fan control tech is superior, especially compared to the slightly lower end Z77X boards.
     
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Yes, definitely, If you want to control more than 1 motherboard fan header then don't choose a gigabyte board. My other gigabyte board also could only software control a single fan header.
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At least they give you one controllable chassis fan header tongue.gif They could have been evil and only allowed voltage control on the CPU fan header.
     
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Originally Posted by Kiwijunglist View Post

I've seen quite a few posts asking about the fan control on the GA-Z77X-UD5H motherboard

If you install speed fan then

Fan Labelling:

Fan 1 - CPU ; Monitor RPM + Control
Fan 2 - SYS1 ; Monitor RPM + Control
Fan 3 - SYS2 ; Monitor RPM only
Fan 4 - SYS3 ; Monitor RPM only
Fan 5 - N/A

Speed Control:

PWM1 - CPU
PWM2 - SYS1 (This can control the speed of both PWM and 3 pin fans using voltage control)
PWM3 - CPU

You have to enable speed control in the advanced features-chip-ITF8728F. I like to set PWM1 + PWM2 = Software Control and PWM3 = Smart Guardian. Remember to tick Remember settings for each of the PWM controls.

If you install easy tune 6 you can also only control CPU + SYS1 fan, even with the latest update.

I have not checked which SYS headers are effected via bios settings

Pwm2 controller actually controls Sys_fan headers 1,2 & 3. In this example header 1 runs a Silverstone AP181 fan, header2 is running an Akasa Apache PWM fan and header 3 is running a Swiftech MCP35X PWM controlled pump.









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