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post #651 of 6656
DPC Latency is even lower with 8a UD5H BIOS, but I think the mouse feels a little different from F6 when minimum DPC was higher. Not sure if it's a step backwards or improvement yet:

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Still get huge DPC spikes once every few minutes with 8A just like previous BIOS. Didn't have these spikes with all the same hardware hooked to a Sabertooth 55i motherboard with i5-760:

499
post #652 of 6656
Well, here is an update for anyone like me using the z77X-D3H with a non K IVY. (3770 in my case). First, flash to the latest bios (F7) and load optimized defaults, and reboot. Do not do a restart do a shut down and then re-boot. I got in trouble with the restart approach ( corrupted bios that still booted but did strange things). Next disable everything including on board graphics and all the turbo and power saving stuff. Then in 3D Bios only find clock setting and multiplier setting (it will be a slider). Move that sucker as far to the right as you like it will be limited by your processor. In my case it gave me a multi of up to 41. I have only used it up to 39 cause I did not want to play with voltages yet. DO NOT TRY TO DO THIS IN ADVANCED SETTINGS. It will not work at all if you do. It only worked for me in 3D Bios. Perhaps they will fix that in a future release. Also in 3D bios you may change your Bclk but be careful and don't try to gain much there.

Without any voltage changes this got me to a stable 3.9Mhz clock and I now know it will go farther even on my non K cpu. Just note they probably did not test this much in bios settings for us non K folks so you need to do it like I did to get it working. Played with it for hours till I realized the advanced settings just don't work on my cpu.
Edited by Chodi - 5/4/12 at 1:26am
post #653 of 6656
Sin0822 I have a few questions
How will a GA-Z68X-UD7-B3 do with memory Overclocking with a 3770K I see better memory yields people are getting do you need a z77 board for this ?
Gigabyte's site for GA-Z68X-UD7-B3 says under "Overview" it has a nice looking logo with PCIE 3. Yet under "Specifications" there is no 3.0 mentioned, so what is the truth ?
Also if I have z68 paired with a 3770K rather than z77 what am I missing out on ?

I currently have 2133 ram that I can't stabilize at high CPU clocks with my 2700K. I also have two water cooled 7970's I might plan to do 7990 and 7970 in the future.
Edited by UNOE - 5/3/12 at 10:56pm
 
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at least the boot loops i was having seemed to have gone *touch wood*

edit spoke to soon i guess frown.gif
Edited by -Ste- - 5/4/12 at 2:28am
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post #655 of 6656
Has anyone else's XMP profile option disappeared from their BIOS while using a 2500k + UD5H? I had it in the BIOS the board shipped with, now it's gone. This screenshot shows where the option originally was:

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post #656 of 6656
Hi guys smile.gif

i have UD5H board with i7 2600k, i downloaded gigabyte tweak launcher and im getting error messages when i start it,its only works with ivy bridge ?

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Originally Posted by SuperKW View Post

Hi guys smile.gif
i have UD5H board with i7 2600k, i downloaded gigabyte tweak launcher and im getting error messages when i start it,its only works with ivy bridge ?
Thanks
Only with IB.
post #658 of 6656
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Originally Posted by r0ach View Post

DPC Latency is even lower with 8a UD5H BIOS, but I think the mouse feels a little different from F6 when minimum DPC was higher. Not sure if it's a step backwards or improvement yet:
499
Still get huge DPC spikes once every few minutes with 8A just like previous BIOS. Didn't have these spikes with all the same hardware hooked to a Sabertooth 55i motherboard with i5-760:
499
There is someone on the TT forum that says he is having audio dropouts at large intervals while watching video. So there may very well be a latency problem with either board/bios/software. FYI.
I haven't had time to do any listening on my rig yet so don't know if the problem exists for me.
post #659 of 6656
Quote:
Originally Posted by r0ach View Post

DPC Latency is even lower with 8a UD5H BIOS, but I think the mouse feels a little different from F6 when minimum DPC was higher. Not sure if it's a step backwards or improvement yet:
Still get huge DPC spikes once every few minutes with 8A just like previous BIOS. Didn't have these spikes with all the same hardware hooked to a Sabertooth 55i motherboard with i5-760:

r0ach,

I'm not too familiar with latency issues; wish I had learned about this a long time ago because it might have explained a few issues I had with previous rigs.
Anyway, I wondered what conditions your DPC test was done under, for example Windows Idle, or while running a program?
I would be interested in doing a comparative test.

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Quick question, I noticed on my debug display it's always showing code A0 (initializing hard drives), this is while in windows and gaming. Is that normal? everything is working fine, just wondering why that code is always displayed.

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