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using this modded bios

Gigabyte GA-Z77X-UD3H Mod


Intel® Legacy RAID for SATA - v12.6.0.1867
Intel® UEFI RAID SataDriver - v12.6.0.1867
ME Firmware 8.1.30.1350
Atheros PCIE Ethernet Controller v2.0.6.6 (05/16/12)
Atheros PCIE Ethernet Controller v2.1.1.5 (03/15/13)
Intel® PCI Accelerated SVGA BIOS 2158 PC 14.34 (11/23/2012)
Marvell 88SE91xx Adapter - BIOS Version 1.0.1.0025
Ivy E1(06A9) CPU-MicroCode Rev.17

http://www.mediafire.com/?ngheiie579x32hc
http://forums.tweaktown.com/gigabyte/48085-gigabyte-modified-bios-105.html

seems fine so far
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Hey can anyone help me overclock my i5 3570k using GA-Z77X-UD3H? I can get it up to 4.7Ghz using the slider. But it seems to use more voltage than it needs. My target is 4.4GHZ and using as little voltage as possible. I know each chip is different so I just want to know what settings I need to be changing.
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wow thanks for the reply. So is it recommended to update always to the latest beta bios? Oh and pendrive, is just about any usb flash drive? Sorry for that newbie question.

Yup, any flash/pen drive will work. Just use a rear usb 2.0 port. Front and usb 3.0 ports usually aren't recognized.
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Hey can anyone help me overclock my i5 3570k using GA-Z77X-UD3H? I can get it up to 4.7Ghz using the slider. But it seems to use more voltage than it needs. My target is 4.4GHZ and using as little voltage as possible. I know each chip is different so I just want to know what settings I need to be changing.

stop using sliders lol

use bios like a man

i have 4.4@1.25, try around that
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stop using sliders lol

use bios like a man

i have 4.4@1.25, try around that

Thats what I'm using on the main bios. But it never goes down. Its a constant 1.25. Only reason why I'm using the slider and auto cause when PC is idle the voltage goes down.

Edit: So what it comes down to is I was the max voltage on load to be 1.25 and when it's idle to be below that
Edited by r360r - 4/29/13 at 10:18am
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Thats what I'm using on the main bios. But it never goes down. Its a constant 1.25. Only reason why I'm using the slider and auto cause when PC is idle the voltage goes down.

Edit: So what it comes down to is I was the max voltage on load to be 1.25 and when it's idle to be below that

That would be setup using the Offset overclock. I've played a bit with that, but haven't gotten it working correctly. For me, if I set offset on, then my peak voltage is higher than I really need. If I try to adjust the offset to compensate, I don't get enough voltage at idle and my system crashes. There's a guide to offset overclocking on a thread here, but I just decided that my system doesn't need it that bad since it's either on and in use or off...
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stop using sliders lol

use bios like a man

i have 4.4@1.25, try around that

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Hi Y'all. Just fired up my new build and lo and behold, humming like a top on the first try. That's rare, for me at least. smile.gif
Am in the process of MemTest-ing now, but will be reading through the threads on OC pointers, etc.

3570k on a UD5H -- (I needed firewire for my old Firepod audio I/O box)
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I have four identical PWM fans so I was able to test all four headers independently or together.

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.

Found this entry on another forum about the UD5H, and I'm trying to determine where i should plug in my radiator fans and pump, all PWM controlled. As it stands now I have them all plugged into the CPU Fan header using the Swiftech splitter, but I'd like to run my pump at a set speed. Until I can narrow down the header behavior, I can't really pull it off.

Any one have some ideas?

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What's the difference between VCC and Speed Control?
Edited by Skullwipe - 4/30/13 at 6:19pm
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Plug the pump into SYS_FAN2 or 3 and look into SpeedFan. Leave the rest on CPU_FAN. If you also want to control case fans, that's not possible from what I've seen from Gigabyte.

On that page of the manual, the Speed Control mentioned on pin 4 means it's PWM controlled. Mentioned on pin 2 together with the +12 V means it's controlled by voltage. I don't know what VCC is. SYS_FAN1 can control a three pin fan through voltage change, SYS_FAN2 and 3 runs three pin fans at 100 %. SYS_FAN4 is always 100 %, even with PWM fans.

I'm pretty sure Sys_Fan1/2/3 are tied together, there's no way to set them individually. If you control the pump, you'll simultaneously change the speed of case fans on the other SYS_FAN headers. The best you can do is run case fans at 100 % by putting them into a SYS_FAN header that won't be able to control their speed.

There probably isn't a way to set a fixed speed in the BIOS, only a setting to change how strongly it reacts to higher temperature. If you want a set speed, you should look into SpeedFan and plug the pump into Sys_Fan2 or 3 for PWM.

With SpeedFan on Gigabyte, there's three signals to control, and there's something confusing going on with them. One of them can change the CPU_FAN signal, one can change the SYS_FAN signals, and one does both at the same time or something along those lines. I just checked on the Z77X-D3H the PC here uses, and SpeedFan is set up to not touch the "Pwm1" signal, only Pwm2 and Pwm3 are set to "software controlled". Those two seem to be CPU_FAN and SYS_FAN1/2/3 signals.
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