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The first time I have every dealt with this in probably 100 cpu installs on as many different boards! The motherboard should detect that a different CPU was installed! Now I cannot get into bios! Going to have to reset cmos to make it work hopefully! Gigabyte needs to get there act together before they become a non-player. Asrock, Asus, ECS, all have detected my chip at the same setting!

the keyboard and everything else is working fine!
Edited by Electroneng - 5/5/12 at 5:17pm
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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.

Thanks for your help! To everyone else, I did have all the power savings features on, I just couldn't get the voltage adjustments to work. Changing the LLC from Turbo to Medium gave me a idle voltage of 1.05 instead of 0.996, at normal, which solved my issues. Adding the correct offset afterwards was easy
post #763 of 6656
I am having an issue with my UD5H. Whenever I put RAM into slots 2 and/or 4 the system will go into a boot loop showing code 15 on the LED. Any suggestions?
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Originally Posted by Electroneng View Post

The first time I have every dealt with this in probably 100 cpu installs on as many different boards! The motherboard should detect that a different CPU was installed! Now I cannot get into bios! Going to have to reset cmos to make it work hopefully! Gigabyte needs to get there act together before they become a non-player. Asrock, Asus, ECS, all have detected my chip at the same setting!
the keyboard and everything else is working fine!

i change CPUs out all the time, i never have to reset the CMOS....... try put your 2500K back in see if it works, then try your 3570K, perhaps you killed the CPU?
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I am having an issue with my UD5H. Whenever I put RAM into slots 2 and/or 4 the system will go into a boot loop showing code 15 on the LED. Any suggestions?

are you using sandy bridge???
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Can someone help me out? I've gotten to the BIOS and flashed it to F8a or whatever the latest one is. But my problem is that I can't boot off my system SSD into Windows. I only have one drive hooked up to the motherboard and it's recognized in the bios. And I have that drive set as #1 in the boot priority. When I try to boot off it I get this message: "Reboot and Select proper Boot device or Insert Boot Media in selected Boot device and press a key" SATA mode is AHCI. I can provide whatever other settings if they're relevant. The only thing I've changed in the BIOS is loading optimized defaults after I flashed the BIOS and then changing my RAM frequency via the XMP profile. So to be clear, I have never gotten past this error screen on this motherboard. I can get into Bios fine but I can't get beyond it.
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Can someone help me out? I've gotten to the BIOS and flashed it to F8a or whatever the latest one is. But my problem is that I can't boot off my system SSD into Windows. I only have one drive hooked up to the motherboard and it's recognized in the bios. And I have that drive set as #1 in the boot priority. When I try to boot off it I get this message: "Reboot and Select proper Boot device or Insert Boot Media in selected Boot device and press a key" SATA mode is AHCI. I can provide whatever other settings if they're relevant. The only thing I've changed in the BIOS is loading optimized defaults after I flashed the BIOS and then changing my RAM frequency via the XMP profile. So to be clear, I have never gotten past this error screen on this motherboard. I can get into Bios fine but I can't get beyond it.

When you flashed, you probably left your usb stick in, and for some reason, it then defaults to usb stick as primary and trying to boot off that. I have had the same issue with each flash.

You need to load optimized defaults, save and reboot back into bios, make sure primary drive listed first (check both places hard drive list and boot priority), make sure it is first boot device remove USB that you flashed with, save and reboot back into bios and double check to make sure primary drive still listed as boot 1 device.

Bottom line it tends to place any USB stick in back of computer as primary boot drive. The "smart boot" options is terrible, rather it be all manual, but havent read how to turn off the "smart bios" feature, which is actually quite fing stupid. I spent quite a few times tinkering with same issue.
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are you using sandy bridge???


Yes, I5-2500K.
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increase your QPI/VTT or just VTT to 1.15v and your IMC voltage to 1.145v then try it again.

yea for some reason when you flash from a USB stick is default to boot on that. I will ask them if they can change this.
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increase your QPI/VTT or just VTT to 1.15v and your IMC voltage to 1.145v then try it again.

was this intended for me?
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