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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.
Hey sorry I didn't see your post.
Memory OC wont be as good as on Z77, your max memory multiplier will be 21.33 on Z68 frown.gif It really shouldn't say PCI-E 3.0? Can you show me?

The Z77 boards are much better with Ivy Bridge than Z68, they OC the CPUs higher, as there are a lot of issues with Ivy Bridge and Z68 OCing, intel just doesn't have their act together, the BIOS updates are bricking boards from other makers(these are BIOSes that allow multiplier change above turbo ratio of the Ivy CPUs), as well as providing issues. Like you can take a look at the thread over at XS for the Maximus 4 Extreme and see what I mean. Also Z77 will OC the BCLK MUCH higher than Z68, perhaps because the PCH is better(it runs 0.8W hotter i think too), or because companies made it better. LIke with Z77 you can do 110mhz BCLK like a piece of cake on these GB boards under LN2, and 107 is average on air. Also expect performance to be higher with Z77 for the Ivy CPUs as the boards are more finely tuned for Ivy.

Yea that issue not being able to stabilize might have to do with the amount of memory you are trying to OC, Ivy is really good with memory, SB has issues running 16GB, especially not at 2133mhz, you will need Ivy to do that correctly.

GB should be releasing BIOSes in the next week or two that allow multiplier changes for the new Ivy Bridge CPUs above turbo ratios, hopefully they will be better than those from other manufacturers, besides the Dual BIOS will protect you, so i don't want to scare you, but that thread on the M4E is a bit scary. You can also read some on ASRock, but i don't think asrock has gotten multiplier changes in their Z68 boards for Ivy yet, i know Intel hasn't for most of their boards, and the ones they did have issues.

IMO Intel can say the CPU is compatible, but OCing is turning out to be not so great with IB on Z68. sorry frown.gif the UD7 is such a beautiful board, well how about this, when the BIOS comes out, I have the same board, the Z68X-UD7, i will check it out for you and let you know, how does that sound? I also have 2133mhz of 16GB memory, i can test for you too. smile.gif Oh i also do have 3770K and 3570K.
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Hey Sin0822,
You heard any update about including a BIOS switch for the PLL OV enable/disable, have you? Hope GB don't forget that for us Sandy Bridge users!

No update yet, like i said the BIOS guys are on a biz trip, so it might be next week.
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Getting a bit friendly with her biggrin.gif,can't wait to start cranking some RAM ,here are some cheap S GSkill X
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Hey sorry I didn't see your post.
Memory OC wont be as good as on Z77, your max memory multiplier will be 21.33 on Z68 frown.gif It really shouldn't say PCI-E 3.0? Can you show me?
The Z77 boards are much better with Ivy Bridge than Z68, they OC the CPUs higher, as there are a lot of issues with Ivy Bridge and Z68 OCing, intel just doesn't have their act together, the BIOS updates are bricking boards from other makers(these are BIOSes that allow multiplier change above turbo ratio of the Ivy CPUs), as well as providing issues. Like you can take a look at the thread over at XS for the Maximus 4 Extreme and see what I mean. Also Z77 will OC the BCLK MUCH higher than Z68, perhaps because the PCH is better(it runs 0.8W hotter i think too), or because companies made it better. LIke with Z77 you can do 110mhz BCLK like a piece of cake on these GB boards under LN2, and 107 is average on air. Also expect performance to be higher with Z77 for the Ivy CPUs as the boards are more finely tuned for Ivy.
Yea that issue not being able to stabilize might have to do with the amount of memory you are trying to OC, Ivy is really good with memory, SB has issues running 16GB, especially not at 2133mhz, you will need Ivy to do that correctly.
GB should be releasing BIOSes in the next week or two that allow multiplier changes for the new Ivy Bridge CPUs above turbo ratios, hopefully they will be better than those from other manufacturers, besides the Dual BIOS will protect you, so i don't want to scare you, but that thread on the M4E is a bit scary. You can also read some on ASRock, but i don't think asrock has gotten multiplier changes in their Z68 boards for Ivy yet, i know Intel hasn't for most of their boards, and the ones they did have issues.
IMO Intel can say the CPU is compatible, but OCing is turning out to be not so great with IB on Z68. sorry frown.gif the UD7 is such a beautiful board, well how about this, when the BIOS comes out, I have the same board, the Z68X-UD7, i will check it out for you and let you know, how does that sound? I also have 2133mhz of 16GB memory, i can test for you too. smile.gif Oh i also do have 3770K and 3570K.
No update yet, like i said the BIOS guys are on a biz trip, so it might be next week.

+1
It has a logo right on the main page for the motherboard on there site http://www.gigabyte.us/products/product-page.aspx?pid=3847#ov and also it says "Designed for PCI Express Gen.3 Support" it didn't seem right to me thats why I asked.

Thanks for all the answers. It makes since it might have OC compatibility issues between IB and SB thats what Iactuallyy was assuming I just want to ask before I go buy I board I might just have to get z77 anyway. Thanks for being willing to test some of those things for me, it might not be necessary if I go out and buy z77 and I might just do it because my two 7970 are slightly slower due to nf200 I think my benchmarks are about 5% lower because of it. So I have a few reasons to upgrade the whole system memory speeds, GPU bottlekneck (nf200 and PCIE 2.0), and my 2700K isn't the best clocker, plus I would like some PCIE supplemented power like gigabyte added to these boards.
 
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I looks like you aren't running LinX with the latest Linpack (and/or you don't have SP1 for Windows 7 installed). Go here and download the LinX that says "new library" next to it. It will run a lot hotter with the correct Linpack.
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I looks like you aren't running LinX with the latest Linpack (and/or you don't have SP1 for Windows 7 installed). Go here and download the LinX that says "new library" next to it. It will run a lot hotter with the correct Linpack.

Yeah i know ,i have all this "stuff" from previous buid ( did OS reinstall on SSD) so i used it ,just installed SP1 and don't plan on running LinX SP1/AVX on this chip @that frequency/H20
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Here is a question for my front case where I can plug headphones, I have two connectors they are sort of split of eachother, one for HD Audio, and the other says AC97.

Which one should I use? to plug into the onboard audio? Does it matter?


I am guessing HD audio but not sure which is better.



Also in the manual it says to make sure you connect it properly or can damage something, it looks like my Case has them all in one block and cannot change how to plug it in. I take it that means it does not matter how I plug it in? since don't have many choices.
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KB and mouse don't work in Windows on ANY of the USB ports. Help.

Can anyone at least tell me which ones are supposed to work? The Intel ports? Which ones are they? Please PM as I am on a mobile phone.

Z77X-UD3H

Ffffffffffff


Omg, NM.. its the ones under the network port. they just take awhile to come on. Sry
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Wait a minute. They don't work in Windows setup.

What do I do??
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are you on the latest bios? i read a guy had a logitech g510 and the bios didnt detect until he flashed f6
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are you on the latest bios? i read a guy had a logitech g510 and the bios didnt detect until he flashed f6

Just flashed F8 and no help. USB goes dead when setup starts.
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