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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.
Thanks
My Z77X-UD5H reports the same once it has loaded windows 7. I believe it is normal.
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Alright, thanks, just wanted to make sure to be on the safe side smile.gif

Also if anyone else has run into this, I was unable to load the intel management engine software off the CD or from the gigabyte website for this board, it gave me an error during the install. I ended up getting a newer version of the driver off of tweak town's Gigabyte forums, they had it under the latest software thread, and it loaded up fine.
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How do I adjust my Vcore voltage on the Z77UD3H board? It's set to auto for a 4.2ghz overclock on my 3570 which is stable. But its sitting at 1.260 and would like to take it down a bit. In the bios, it shows it starting at .800 for vcore adjustments, so does that mean its adding .800 to the default value? Or its going to set the vcore to .800?
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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:

OK, just tried the DPC Latency Test on my system.
Running this test while playing HD video and simultaneous busy internet activity (to exercise LAN ports etc), no sign of the large spikes here.
Keep in mind that I have no plug-in cards installed.
Suggests to me that your spike issue may not be directly related to the motherboard integrated peripherals, but perhaps interaction with your video or sound cards?
A few people are reporting difficulties with using video cards that apparently worked OK on other systems. Perhaps there's still an underlying issue with the PCI Express support?

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hey guys just looking for tips how to get my 3570K/UD5H achieve 24/7 4.5GHz @ <1.125v. Currently stable on prim blend 10hours at 4.4GHz at 1.26v (1.28v Bios) on F7.

my bios settings are auto on cpu vtt, auto on cpu pll, turbo vcore llc (auto on other llc), disabled power saving options and disabled turbo boost. flash ing to F8g tonight.
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How do I adjust my Vcore voltage on the Z77UD3H board? It's set to auto for a 4.2ghz overclock on my 3570 which is stable. But its sitting at 1.260 and would like to take it down a bit. In the bios, it shows it starting at .800 for vcore adjustments, so does that mean its adding .800 to the default value? Or its going to set the vcore to .800?
YOu just need to type in the voltage.
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hey guys just looking for tips how to get my 3570K/UD5H achieve 24/7 4.5GHz @ <1.125v. Currently stable on prim blend 10hours at 4.4GHz at 1.26v (1.28v Bios) on F7.
my bios settings are auto on cpu vtt, auto on cpu pll, turbo vcore llc (auto on other llc), disabled power saving options and disabled turbo boost. flash ing to F8g tonight.

I don't think you can do 4.5ghz at less than 1.125v lol, but less than 1.26v possible. Try lowering CPU PLL see if that helps.




Hey I also did a review of the UD3H here: http://www.overclock.net/t/1252290/z77x-ud3h-review-and-oc-testing-circuit-analysis-ln2-runs-efficiency-comparison
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YOu just need to type in the voltage.
I don't think you can do 4.5ghz at less than 1.125v lol, but less than 1.26v possible. Try lowering CPU PLL see if that helps.
Hey I also did a review of the UD3H here: http://www.overclock.net/t/1252290/z77x-ud3h-review-and-oc-testing-circuit-analysis-ln2-runs-efficiency-comparison
lol typo had to rush this post before a meeting rolleyes.gif i mean to say 4.5GHz @ <1.25v
I'll try lowering the pll from stock tonight. thanks for the feedback.
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Where you got F8g for UD5H? rolleyes.gif
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Where you got F8g for UD5H? rolleyes.gif

edit:
sorry misread it, f8g is for ud3h. current for ud5h is f8a
Edited by spena - 5/4/12 at 7:20am
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@ tweaktown, was released yday

lol stasio is the guy who posts the BIOSes, But i still don't see a F8G? I see f8g for UD3H, and F8A for the UD5H, but no F8G for the UD5H.

lol.
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