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Originally Posted by fatherof1 View Post

I also meant to add, when I am installing windows etc, does the bios have to completely be on defaults, (acknowledged the ahci)or can I enable the xmp profile (if that's possible like the p8 pro)

My XMP profile was enabled, along with my overclock when I did my last install.
post #5612 of 6656
Just did a build for a buddy and having an issue. I've used the UD5H for many builds and I'm miffed by this one.

Everything is at stock,
3570k
AX850 PSU
MSI 7950
8gb 1600 Crucial Ram
15r bios

I'm getting random reboots, usually no BSOD. I slowed down the ram to 1333 and it reboots, but still does it occasionally. No OC'ing anything. I'm thinking bad ram. Memtest comes back clean, but I got that bad ram feeling in my stomach. Any ideas?
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post #5613 of 6656
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My XMP profile was enabled, along with my overclock when I did my last install.

Thanks Skull, - I will enable the xmp, but will pass on the oc till all my software is in and running stable - - i'm not dissin your input. biggrin.gif
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post #5614 of 6656
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Just did a build for a buddy and having an issue. I've used the UD5H for many builds and I'm miffed by this one.

Everything is at stock,
3570k
AX850 PSU
MSI 7950
8gb 1600 Crucial Ram
15r bios

I'm getting random reboots, usually no BSOD. I slowed down the ram to 1333 and it reboots, but still does it occasionally. No OC'ing anything. I'm thinking bad ram. Memtest comes back clean, but I got that bad ram feeling in my stomach. Any ideas?

Try rolling back to F14. I had some "memory" issues on my 3570k and UD5H, I had to add a little bit more voltage on the Vcore. No idea why but at stock speed and voltages I was getting all kinds of memory and NTFS errors, been running for a few months at 4.4Ghz with zero issues.
post #5615 of 6656
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Try rolling back to F14. I had some "memory" issues on my 3570k and UD5H, I had to add a little bit more voltage on the Vcore. No idea why but at stock speed and voltages I was getting all kinds of memory and NTFS errors, been running for a few months at 4.4Ghz with zero issues.

You think it could be a vcore issue on a non-oc'd 3570? Weird. I love the board, but it is damned fickle with ram.
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post #5616 of 6656
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You think it could be a vcore issue on a non-oc'd 3570? Weird. I love the board, but it is damned fickle with ram.

Mine was a Vcore issue, add an extra 0.05v and see if it helps. Unlike a lot of people this issue prevented me from under volting at stock speeds.
post #5617 of 6656
Granted every mobo/chip/stick is different my UD3H+3570k needs a little IMC to get the ram stable (from .95 to .975, might even be at 1.0 though). Adding more vcore seems to do the same thing for stability, even at stock frequencies.

If I had to make an educated guess, it is probably something to do with either the VRs+circuitry or the way voltage is handled in the chip. LIke bumping up the Vcore changes the IMC voltage in some way (be it actual voltage or droop), so adding Vcore just kind of masks the need for more IMC voltage. Does this make sense? Is this how things work? Again, everyones hardware is different so this is just my cup of soup here.

Other than that it'll go to 4.9 by only bumping up the vcore a bit and nothing else. I leave VTT at its stock 1.05 since the XMP profile does 1.2 which seems kind of high if 1.05 works just fine. Changing VTT does nothing when I have the IMC at its default .95 and I get the memory and other errors.
Edited by frag85 - 5/28/13 at 4:53pm
 
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post #5618 of 6656
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I also meant to add, when I am installing windows etc, does the bios have to completely be on defaults, (acknowledged the ahci)or can I enable the xmp profile (if that's possible like the p8 pro)


EDIT:
having had a look at the link, - I have a question or 2:


in the top section - all the lan drivers etc, i think my board does not have built in wifi, what do i do with these?




Intel® HD Graphics Driver 15.31.6.3111 Win7/8 64

do i still need this if i am using my grapics card?

the MEI's, there is firmware +ROM is there any specific i should use?

INF drivers? what are these?

I know about the RST's as the p8 had these - so the latest is the greatest? whats the difference between "tech" driver and "tech enterprise" driver? or do i need both?



Intel® Extreme Tuning Utility 4.0.6.102
Intel® Turbo Boost Technology Monitor 2.6
Intel® Processor Identification Utility 4.70
Intel® AHCI ROM 1.20E (23.03.2010)
Intel® RAID ROM 11.6.0.1702
Intel® RAID ROM (EFI SataDriver) 12.0.0.1783
Intel® RAID ROM 3.5.0.1005
Intel® RAID (EFI SataDriver) ROM 3.6.0.1023
trimcheck-0.4

Do i need all of these also?

Next section, i see the intel usb drivers - 1.08.251 will do? i dont know what 8/c220 series is or ow to check etc


gigabyte utilities, omg do i really need all these?

Bios tools, do i also need all these?

Award bios tools?

AMI BIOS tools?





Please excuse my thickness, and much respect to the dude thats took so long to write this guide, but not meaning to be a pain te the preverbial, - all this is aimed at people who ave a good general knowledge of what it all does and what its for, i do not have a barny mcgrew..

Also, in the second post, i do not see the Z77, all i see is haswell's,z87's, GA-Z87X-UD5H - isnt mine a Z77x ud5h?

http://www.dabs.com/products/gigabyte-z77x-ud5h-s1155-intel-z77-ddr3-atx-8001.html?utm_source=awin&utm_medium=affiliates&utm_content=AW00&awc=3044_1369748654_f04fd21555bf46e06ac16af8159b1571


all this "tech talk" is a complete technological minefield for the complete novice( el thicko ) smile.gif

I don't mean for someone to explain all this to me, just the bare essentials is fine - ie which ones I need and which is optional thumb.gif
UD5H has two LAN ports, 1 Intel and 1 Qualcom Atheros. Use Intel if only one LAN port is used. Latest driver is 18.3 I think.
INF = chipset drivers. Only use 7 series.
Don't need Intel gpu drivers if using separate gpu cards

Don't worry about installing a bunch of extra crap until you get up and running and know what you are installing.

Sounds like you should just pop in the install disk that comes with the board after Windows is installed and fully updated. Then later you can learn/decide what you want to update in the way of drivers instead of just loading a bunch of stuff that you know nothing about. Sound good? smile.gif
post #5619 of 6656
brothers...! i just bought brandnew ud3h but its not booting, it says 53 on the led debug, i have checked all connectors, they are fine, i checked my memory ram too on each and every slot and also system keeps reeboting on it own after every 6seconds....i will be so happy if u guys solve my problem, this is my first post in this community smile.gif
post #5620 of 6656
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Originally Posted by mandrix View Post

Sounds like you should just pop in the install disk that comes with the board after Windows is installed and fully updated. Then later you can learn/decide what you want to update in the way of drivers instead of just loading a bunch of stuff that you know nothing about. Sound good? smile.gif

I wouldn't use the install CD, it's going to install a bunch of Gigabyte and Intel software that you'll most likely never touch. I'd just download the chipset and audio drivers, then later install the others if you're going to use them.
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