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No, win 7 has drivers incorporated for install. You will want to update the SATA drivers after installation though. And have a look at this to help you along... http://www.overclock.net/t/1156654/seans-windows-7-install-optimization-guide-for-ssds-hdds

Thank you for the help!

Just curious I know earlier someone told me to use the Intel Sata3 for SSD, but what is the difference between the Intel Sata3 and the Marvell Sata 3? I am looking in manual and does not say why to plug in one vs the other. Why are there 2 controllers and not just have one control all of them?
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I'm not really sure why they have 2 different sata controllers but the Intel controller is faster and supports trim. I was just always told to use the Intel controller because it was better.

Here's what some folks around here had to say on the matter -- http://www.overclock.net/t/1136850/intel-vs-marvell-sata-iii
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Thanks I will read that over!

Oh forgot to ask does it matte if the SSD is plugged into the Intel SATA 3 0 or the Intel SATA 3 1?

Basically can I use either one as long as it Intel? Or for better performance use SATA 3 0?
Edited by Rondik - 5/2/12 at 8:43pm
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Loving the looks of this board. Having some random boot issues but It may be from working on my OC. Should be able to get 4.7 for a 24/7, temps are capping out in the 85 ish range. I'll post my realtemp shot when I hit my 12h mark. And thanks for the Oc thread for this board has helped a bunch!
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I ended up getting the UD3H instead of the Asus P8Z77 mainly because of gigabyte's customer service. I'm pretty sure the differences are minor (other than the wifi card) and the price was slightly lower anyway. Can't wait to start putting it all together
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Sorry i must have missed that, or i mean i obviously missed that. Thanks!
Ok one last attempt before i rip this board out of my case. Anyone have a link to the f7a bios? I went to stasio's link but he just has a link to the previous f7 bios. To be honest i dont think the new beta will work, just because i have had the same issues, no matter what bios i have used.
It shows up now.
If you have a 3570K you need to RMA your board, something is wrong with it. I have tested the 3570K with this board for many months and haven't had one issue where it acted like that, only with a 2600K did I have that issue. RMA it.
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Bios F7 fixed my esata issue. So far so good.
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post #608 of 6656
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Also i have yet to try and boot again with my video card or the other 8 gb of RAM.

Jollyman, you must have a faulty board mate. RMA it

if you experience the same issue after RMA there is some unusual incompatibility but i think do it a step at a time and RMA first and then let's see what happens.
Edited by dinos22 - 5/2/12 at 10:05pm
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UD5H - F8a is out.
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Hy all and especially Sin0822,

I have a 3770k and UD5H and now is working fine but a couple of days ago it gave me a lot of headaches.
I have F6 bios that was put via QFlash and after that i loaded optimal settings. Then i did some little tweaking in the bios (not related to overclock or voltages).
So everything was fine after i build my new rig, i did some benchmarks ... etc.
I shut the pc down for the night and the next morning when i pressed the power button it was dead. Nothing was working. No led was lid .. nothing. Even the power button from the board was closed.
I tried everything but was not responding ( i switched the source, i pushed clear cmos, the reset, everything).
The only symptom was the power led from the power button from the board was blinking for a second when i was pushing the clear cmos button.
Finally i removed the videocard and removed the battery and let the board like this for a couple of minutes.
When i put everything back the rig started and everything since then was ok.
Can you please tell me what happened ? It is bios related ? I should be worried that it may happen again with no reason ?

Thank you.
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