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i really regret buying the ud3h

this thing had issues since day1

specially usb ports, to this day they still haunt me, you know those 2 ports next to ps2, well they can´t even handle a x360 pad, or my steelseries mouse, etc

also the mobo died once for no reason, until suddenly came back to life

now 2 bios corrupt per week

come on

and font get me started on the crap driver and bios updates and support, they never fixed fast boot for windows 8 10
For Gigabyte, I've pretty much stuck with the UD5 series since Ivy Bridge. They don't seem to be too popular but they always seem to have fewer problems, and early BIOS revisions come pretty quick. Fortunately my P67A-UD3 & Z68XP-UD3 were good boards, though.
post #6572 of 6656
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Originally Posted by sixor View Post

i really regret buying the ud3h

this thing had issues since day1

specially usb ports, to this day they still haunt me, you know those 2 ports next to ps2, well they can´t even handle a x360 pad, or my steelseries mouse, etc

also the mobo died once for no reason, until suddenly came back to life

now 2 bios corrupt per week

come on

and font get me started on the crap driver and bios updates and support, they never fixed fast boot for windows 8 10
UD3H works well for me since I started running the F20e beta bios from Tweaktown. Seems stable and I run my 3770K for several years now at 4.5 Ghz 1.25v, 1800 Mhz CL 9 30nm Samsung ram 4x4GB @ 1.35v. My VIA USBs have died before and I had to do a few driver install, uninstall, wipe, install nonsense to get them working again. I switched to running a PCI-E mini card with 5 USB 3.0 slots.
Edited by Vario - 6/10/16 at 11:53am
    
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its normal that sometime i shutdown my pc and when i wake up i have some rare BSOD and the bios light start switching from bios 1 to bios backup ? i have to unplug power cord and plug it and turn pc on and some dame happens again or not ... what should i do ?? im using F18 BIOS update wich is the lates prior to BETA.
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its normal that sometime i shutdown my pc and when i wake up i have some rare BSOD and the bios light start switching from bios 1 to bios backup ? i have to unplug power cord and plug it and turn pc on and some dame happens again or not ... what should i do ?? im using F18 BIOS update wich is the lates prior to BETA.

Could try the other bios? The board is Dual Bios and has a dip switch to select the other bios.
    
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its normal that sometime i shutdown my pc and when i wake up i have some rare BSOD and the bios light start switching from bios 1 to bios backup ? i have to unplug power cord and plug it and turn pc on and some dame happens again or not ... what should i do ?? im using F18 BIOS update wich is the lates prior to BETA.
Try what Vario said or reflash the BIOS. Me, I would reflash at some point but if the backup works for you then you are good for now.
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I have a question and I thought it would be best to ask here rather than start a new thread.

I need to replace my motherboard, specifically the Z97X-UD5H-BK, due to damaged pins. Some are bent and I know one of them is completely snapped off. I plan on getting the exact same motherboard, a refurbished one online. I'll be using the same CPU, RAM, SSD, everything will be the same except for the motherboard (same model still). My concern is will I be able to keep my system intact? I don't really have important files other than movies music and whatnot, but my Witcher 3 is heavily modded and I would like to avoid going through the whole process again smile.gif Thanks for the help.
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I have a question and I thought it would be best to ask here rather than start a new thread.

I need to replace my motherboard, specifically the Z97X-UD5H-BK, due to damaged pins. Some are bent and I know one of them is completely snapped off. I plan on getting the exact same motherboard, a refurbished one online. I'll be using the same CPU, RAM, SSD, everything will be the same except for the motherboard (same model still). My concern is will I be able to keep my system intact? I don't really have important files other than movies music and whatnot, but my Witcher 3 is heavily modded and I would like to avoid going through the whole process again smile.gif Thanks for the help.
Have you tried an RMA with Gigabyte? They have straightened pins out for me in the past. If they have to replace the socket they might charge you but still likely cheaper than a new board.
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Try what Vario said or reflash the BIOS. Me, I would reflash at some point but if the backup works for you then you are good for now.

yeah my Backup works, should i reflash same version my main ? its f18, i dont like betas, ia hav a F22 but its Beta, should i downgrade or just reflash same bios ?? should i do it in windows (as i always do) of should i do it in Bios usin q-flash ?
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I need some opinions on this issue I'm having. So my CPU is overclocked to 4.7 GHZ with 1.416v during load using a dynamic voltage. I NEVER get any crashes in windows or games and tested prime95 for 20 minutes, could not go longer because it was too hot. During gaming I never exceed 80*C. SO the problem is when I cold boot the first time in the day randomly it fails too boot and I have to power it down and restart, sometimes I have to repeat this process more than once. Exactly the same thing happens with my Asrock p67 extreme4 board only more often. This thing plagues me from 2011.
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yeah my Backup works, should i reflash same version my main ? its f18, i dont like betas, ia hav a F22 but its Beta, should i downgrade or just reflash same bios ?? should i do it in windows (as i always do) of should i do it in Bios usin q-flash ?
Well I've never had any particular problems with betas, although they are usually made to solve some particular problem they might not work for everyone.
I would say use whatever version you like, you can always keep two different BIOS versions between the main/backup.
I prefer using Qflash but I've never bricked a board using @bios either. You can either use F8 from inside the BIOS or keep spamming End while booting up to access Qflash.
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