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Hey everyone, I just got this board, and am having some trouble with some of the settings on my UD5H with 3570k. I have it stable at 4.6ghz at 1.305 volts, however, I do not want the processor to get that many volts when idle. However, the only way to change dynamic vcore (DVID) is by setting cpu vcore to "Normal" settings. Normally this would not be a problem, except at "normal" voltages (0.950-1.05volts is what gigabyte sets it at) my computer is unstable at idle and crashes, but it is stable when stressed with prime95. DVID can only be set if cpu vcore is normal on my board, and I was wondering if there was any way to manually set both the CPU Vcore and DVID, so I could have a higher idle voltage at normal than what the board would give it? Thanks!
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Why not leave the DVID in normal mode and let the energy savings features on the board do the rest? I'm at 4.5ghz @ 1.285v with all power savings features enabled on the UD5H. I'm rock solid and both my clock and volts drop on idle like they should.
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EDIT; just reinstalled ME and INF ..still no dice redface.gif

NVM ..finally got it going ..you have to click "show"rolleyes.gif657
    
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Hahahahahahahahahahahahahaha nice.

btw if you use dvid and offset the whole idea is to leave EIST, C1E, & C3/C6 on.
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Hey everyone, I just got this board, and am having some trouble with some of the settings on my UD5H with 3570k. I have it stable at 4.6ghz at 1.305 volts, however, I do not want the processor to get that many volts when idle. However, the only way to change dynamic vcore (DVID) is by setting cpu vcore to "Normal" settings. Normally this would not be a problem, except at "normal" voltages (0.950-1.05volts is what gigabyte sets it at) my computer is unstable at idle and crashes, but it is stable when stressed with prime95. DVID can only be set if cpu vcore is normal on my board, and I was wondering if there was any way to manually set both the CPU Vcore and DVID, so I could have a higher idle voltage at normal than what the board would give it? Thanks!
Using DVID successfully is a bit tricky. To get the proper voltages at both load and idle, you have to set DVID and LLC settings appropriately.

When using DVID, it basically it comes down to this:
  • LLC will adjust the size of the range between idle and load Vcore.
  • DVID offset will shift that whole range up or down.

If you are having troubles with stability at idle, then try reducing LLC while increasing the DVID offset. This will make the idle voltage higher while the load voltage will be the same as before.

If on the other hand you are having trouble with stability at load, then try increasing LLC while leaving DVID the same. This will make the load voltage higher while the idle voltage will remain the same.

It takes patience and small adjustments to find a good combination, but it's worth it. I am using DVID and LLC on both of my 2600K rigs, and the combination works flawlessly.
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I just installed my 3570k into my ud5 board that previously had a 2500k running at 4.70Ghz.. My problem is I cannot enter bios at all to change any setting! The delete function does not work! I have switched to every usb port with my keyboard and I still cannot enter bios. All ports work well once I am in Windows. This is the Z77A-UD5H
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^Did you try f8 f9 or is it that your kb is not responsive during boot? you reset bios before your first boot with the new chip right?

Had the ud5 on dice with my 3570k only 5.5 1.65v but the board was easy to deal with.smile.gif
post #758 of 6656
I had similar problem last night when updating bios ..load windows /disconnect keyboard/plug in to the blue USB on the back and wait until windows will show " driver for your device successfully loaded"" or "device ready to use"/restar
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post #759 of 6656
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I just installed my 3570k into my ud5 board that previously had a 2500k running at 4.70Ghz.. My problem is I cannot enter bios at all to change any setting! The delete function does not work! I have switched to every usb port with my keyboard and I still cannot enter bios. All ports work well once I am in Windows. This is the Z77A-UD5H
Trying BIOS F6L or F8A, it support my gaming keyboard, all other bios' is bork.
post #760 of 6656
QUESTION: Is this setting VTT 0.05v higher than IMC thing a Gigabyte only issue or Z77 chipset issue in general? Will a future BIOS change this, or will you always need to do this? (I'm on a 2500k if that makes a difference)

Also, can some other people run this DPC latency test program for about 10-15 minutes while browsing the web and tell me if you get any big DPC spikes? If you do, list your add-on boards you have installed.

http://www.thesycon.de/deu/latency_check.shtml

If you want to minimize DPC latency, disable the following stuff: HPET, built in audio + GPU, 2nd ethernet NIC, 1394 port, marvell SATA controllers, all power saving modes like Cstates, EIST, possibly execute disable bit (only one I'm unsure of)
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Originally Posted by Yor_ View Post

I'm interested in that Samsung 30nm ram issue with UD5H. Please post back any findings!.

I'm using Samsung 30nm without problems. Has passed SuperPI 32m and IBT with the following settings so far:

1600 mhz 1.45v @ 7-8-7-24
2133 mhz 1.45v @ 11-11-11-28
Edited by r0ach - 5/5/12 at 5:16pm
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