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post #611 of 6656
Hi all

just joined this club with my new Z77X-UD5H.

I do have a strange problem, maybe its my lack of I7 Sandy CPU.

I was able to oc the vcore till 1.35V and all this the board was setting correctly.
But when i set a higher vcore like 1.36V the bios sets the actual Vcore to something around default ~1.22V.
This way the overclocking doesn't work really ;-)

I have no clue why its doing this, when i set it back to 1.35V i get that again, but anything higher goes back to default.

Are there somehow other Volts i have to increase first like VTT or something like this, or is there something like a over vcore protection somewhere ?

I do currently still have F6 Bios, haven't found the newer ones yet you talked about.

Hope you can help me out here.

Cheers
Lorien
post #612 of 6656
RMAing. So annoying. Hopefullyi wont have troubles witht he second one. Thanks for the help guys!
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post #613 of 6656
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Originally Posted by Rondik View Post

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?
If the SSD is going to be your boot drive, stick it in SATA3_0. If all you're using is the SSD then it may not matter but if using HDD's as well then I would use _0. I can't give you a technical explanation, just what has worked best for me and my 3 mobo's w/SATA3.
post #614 of 6656
Hi all,

After having series of issues with asrock extreme 4 z77 mobo.. I RMA it and

purchased

GIGABYTE GA-Z77X-UD5H LGA 1155 Intel Z77
G.SKILL Ripjaws X Series 8GB (2 x 4GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1600 (Is this ram compatible with the mobo?)
CORSAIR Enthusiast Series TX750 V2 750W
Intel Core i5-3570K Ivy Bridge 3.4GHz
EVGA 012-P3-1570-AR GeForce GTX 570

First time builder,... I want to ask if anyone sees any compatibility issues from the components above,

any known bugs or tips so I can build my system successfully? thanks a lot.
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post #615 of 6656
Just got my 3770k in yesterday install went well everything seemed to be working, then i started freezing in windows and even in the bios, i have tried testing ram individually ive taked both my vid cards out and tested. I have updated bios to f6, and having the same problem i can go into bios and it freezes in like 30 seconds, If anyone had any advice i would greatly appreciate it.
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post #616 of 6656
I had almost that exact same setup. I had issues with my board, so i am currently RMAing. If the new board comes back and i am having problems again then it might be issues with my ram (which is the same as yours.) After putting the system together i tried to boot it. It started doing this wierd pulsing thing then had a post code "19". I then hit reset 2x to get the computer to boot into bios. I updated the bios to the newest (F7) bios. Restarted the computer and it did the exact same thing. Post code "19" then hit reset 2x, then it booted. I installed windows, which very smoothly and quite quick. Restarted, this tieme th epower stayed continuous and it rebooted without my having to do the reset 2x. Went into bios, OC'd to 4.3 ghz without adjusting voltage, rebooted, and booted into windows just fine. I then rebooted again, except this time the computer shut off all the way (without maintaining continuous power) and i had to hit reset 2x when the board posted a "19" on the debug LCD. I decided I would try and boot with a full 16 gb of ram, couldnt even get the debug lcd to post a code. I pulled the extra 8 gb out, hit power button and it posted code "19", hit reset 2x, booted into BIOS. Loaded optimized defaults. Shut down, tried to boot with gtx580 installed. Exact same issue occured as when i had the 16gb ram installed. Couldnt even get the board to post. So, if you have a similar issue to this let me know, then i will have a clue as to whether or not my RAM or video card is causing the issue.

I am not trying to tell you a horror story to scare you away from the mobo, i just wanted inform you so we can work together if you have the same issues.

Like i said i am currently RMAing my board, Sin says I shouldnt be having those issues with a 3570k processor.
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Just got my 3770k in yesterday install went well everything seemed to be working, then i started freezing in windows and even in the bios, i have tried testing ram individually ive taked both my vid cards out and tested. I have updated bios to f6, and having the same problem i can go into bios and it freezes in like 30 seconds, If anyone had any advice i would greatly appreciate it.

My 2500k + UD5H freeze issue was due to not being able to properly resume from standby due to "CPU PLL Overvoltage" being automatically turned on by the motherboard. Your freeze issue sounds more like defective hardware since it happens in bios.
post #618 of 6656
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Originally Posted by r0ach View Post

My 2500k + UD5H freeze issue was due to not being able to properly resume from standby due to "CPU PLL Overvoltage" being automatically turned on by the motherboard. Your freeze issue sounds more like defective hardware since it happens in bios.

Im thinking its the mobo, everything but the motherboard and processor was running perfectly before i upgraded those two. Anyway thanks for the quick reply + rep.
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I had almost that exact same setup. I had issues with my board, so i am currently RMAing. If the new board comes back and i am having problems again then it might be issues with my ram (which is the same as yours.) After putting the system together i tried to boot it. It started doing this wierd pulsing thing then had a post code "19". I then hit reset 2x to get the computer to boot into bios. I updated the bios to the newest (F7) bios. Restarted the computer and it did the exact same thing. Post code "19" then hit reset 2x, then it booted. I installed windows, which very smoothly and quite quick. Restarted, this tieme th epower stayed continuous and it rebooted without my having to do the reset 2x. Went into bios, OC'd to 4.3 ghz without adjusting voltage, rebooted, and booted into windows just fine. I then rebooted again, except this time the computer shut off all the way (without maintaining continuous power) and i had to hit reset 2x when the board posted a "19" on the debug LCD. I decided I would try and boot with a full 16 gb of ram, couldnt even get the debug lcd to post a code. I pulled the extra 8 gb out, hit power button and it posted code "19", hit reset 2x, booted into BIOS. Loaded optimized defaults. Shut down, tried to boot with gtx580 installed. Exact same issue occured as when i had the 16gb ram installed. Couldnt even get the board to post. So, if you have a similar issue to this let me know, then i will have a clue as to whether or not my RAM or video card is causing the issue.
I am not trying to tell you a horror story to scare you away from the mobo, i just wanted inform you so we can work together if you have the same issues.
Like i said i am currently RMAing my board, Sin says I shouldnt be having those issues with a 3570k processor.

Completely skipped you post somehow, i tried updated to f6 and f7 bios as well and it made no diference with mine either gonna talk to gigabyte support later this evening and see if we can get it working if not im gonna return it for a refund and grab a diferent brand.
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post #620 of 6656
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If the SSD is going to be your boot drive, stick it in SATA3_0. If all you're using is the SSD then it may not matter but if using HDD's as well then I would use _0. I can't give you a technical explanation, just what has worked best for me and my 3 mobo's w/SATA3.


Thanks for the info. I realized last night it is plugged into SATA3_1. I already installed Win 7 on it, but I can easily move it to other port right after it has been installed? I will do it tonight when i get home.. I should not have to reinstall once I move it over?





I have to say after installing it on the SSD and following the guide that someone linked previous, my machine really flies, I did not count exactly but boot up time from power on to desktop was approximately 7-8 seconds.
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